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Cary Family Psychology*

Our Staff:

Dr. Krasner PAUL R KRASNER,PHD- Dr. Krasner earned his doctorate from the Institute of Advancd Psychological Studies at Adelphi University. He is a licensed psychologist in both NC and Florida and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties in Neuropsychology. His services include assessment and counseling. He uses brief short term approaches to therapy. He is actively involved in numerous community activities, serving on public school advisory committees and as a youth soccer coach.

Ms. Krasner LORI A. KRASNER, MSW-Ms. Krasner is on our consulting staff. She earned her Masters in Social Work from the University of South Carolina. She is a Certifed Social Worker and licensed in North Carolina. She has over six years experience working with children, teens and their families, particularly those who are at high behavioral or emotional risk. She also has an interest in sports psychology and working with those with substance abuse issues, including alcohol and drugs.

Contact Information:

Cary Family Psychology

102H Commonwealth Court
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Telephone: 919-467-2876

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