ASSESSMENT & THERAPY FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND ADULTS

An important update regarding covid-19

 

March 22, 2020

To My Clients:

A week has gone by after my initial letter, and I wanted to update folks about my current thinking regarding my practice.

Due to the increasing worry about the pandemic, and my desire to maintain everyone’s health and safety, I have decided to switch to remote therapy sessions.

I am still accepting new patients and will be happy to schedule sessions using a HIPAA compliant platform. I will be offering either audio calls or video calls, depending on the user’s comfort level.

For my current clients, if you have a session scheduled with me already, I will be reaching out by email to see your preference and will send you an appropriate link to use when the session time begins. Please contact me with any questions you might have.

All the best,

Dr. Karin Mosk

 

My Philosophy & Approach

I utilize a comprehensive approach to psychotherapy. My goal is to establish a positive, functional relationship with my clients while using traditional talk therapy to change negative thinking, and modifying behavior to help improve people’s lives.

I have successfully diagnosed and provided recommendations for subtle to complex learning problems and attention issues that can interfere with optimal success in the educational environment. I have written over 400 testing reports with useful relevance in local public and private schools. Additionally, I have helped many college students attain accommodations for their learning challenges.

Dr. Mosk is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with people across the lifespan. She has specialized training in working with children and adolescents, providing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations. Dr. Mosk provides a supportive environment and works with a collaborative approach to treatment.

Education:

Tufts University, 1990 – Bachelor of Arts

New York University, 1995 – Master of Arts

New York University, 1999 – Doctor of Psychology

The Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Neuropsychology. Postdoctoral year, 1999-2000.

Specialized Services

 Neuro-Psychological & Educational Assessment

 Specialized Intervention for Childhood Mood Regulation Problems

 Parenting Support for Challenging Children

 Developmental/School Readiness Evaluations

 Telepsychology Services/Phone Consultations

For a complete list of services, please click here.

Specialized Services

 Neuro-Psychological & Educational Assessment

 Specialized Intervention for Childhood Mood Regulation Problems

 Parenting Support for Challenging Children

 Developmental/School Readiness Evaluations

 Telepsychology Services/Phone Consultations

For a complete list of services, please click here.