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Dr. Krasner:

 

Dr. Krasner PAUL R  KRASNER, PHD:  Dr. Krasner earned his doctorate from the Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University. He is a licensed psychologist in both North Carolina and Florida and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties in Neuropsychology. His is listed in The National Register for Health Services Providers in Psychology. His services include neuropsychological, psycho-educational, behavioral, and personality assessment. He employs mostly short term approaches to therapy such as Cognitive Behavior Techniques. He is has been actively involved in numerous community activities, serving on public school advisory committees and as a youth soccer coach.

 


Contact Information:

Cary Neuropsychology & Family Psychology

1152 Executive Circle, Ste 100
Cary, North Carolina 27511
Telephone: 919-467-2876
e-mail: caryfamilypsych@gmail.com

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Did You Know?

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