Meet Our Neuropsychologists

Gary Isenberg, Psy.D.

Education:

  • University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Doctor of Psychology, June 1998
  • University of Vermont Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, May 1990

Certifications:

  • Licensed Psychologist – State of Connecticut # 2265

Professional Affiliations:

  • National Academy of Neuropsychology
  • Connecticut Neuropsychology Society

Academic and Clinical Appointments:

  • Medical Staff Privileges:
    • Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
    • Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living
  • Adjunct Faculty:
    • University of Connecticut, Department of Psychology, Lecturer and Training Supervisor
    • University of Hartford, School of Professional Psychology - Training Supervisor

Recent Clinical Experience:

  • Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates. Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Founder and Managing Partner – January 2002 – Present
  • Connecticut Children’s Medical Center
    • Pediatric Neuropsychologist – October 1999 – January 2002
    • Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatric Neuropsychology – September 1998- July 1999

Greg Javornisky, Ph.D.

Education:

  • University of Louisville, Ph.D. Program in Experimental Psychology, specialty in Clinical Neuropsychology (1981) 
  • Appalachian State University, M.A. in General Psychology, Minor in Vocational Rehabilitation (1975)
  • James Madison University, B.A. in Psychology, Minor in Philosophy (1973) 

Licensure:

  • Licensed Psychologist, State of Connecticut, #001072

Professional Affiliations:

  • Connecticut Neuropsychology Society (past Treasurer, President,  Corresponding Secretary)
  • Connecticut Psychological Association
  • International Neuropsychology Society
  • Brain Injury Alliance - CT

Academic and Clinical Appointments:

  • Medical Staff Privileges:
    • Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living
  • Adjunct Clinical Faculty:
    • University of Connecticut, Department of Psychology, Lecturer and Training Supervisor
    • University of Hartford, School of Professional Psychology, Training Supervisor

Clinical Experience:

  • Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, Co-Founder and Senior Partner, January 2002 - Present.
  • Coordinator of Neuropsychological Services, CT Children’s Medical Center (formerly Newington Children’s Hospital (1981 – 2002)
  • Consultation in Neuropsychological Services in Pediatric Neurosurgery, Yale-New Haven Hospital. (1986 – 1990)

Krista Mraz, Ph.D.

 Education: 

  • University of Connecticut, Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, Concentration in Neuropsychology, Storrs, CT, 2008.
  • Colgate University, Bachelor of Arts, Magna cum Laude with High Honors in Neuroscience, Hamilton, NY, 1996.

Licensure:

  • Licensed Psychologist, State of Connecticut, #002990 

Professional Affiliations:

  • Connecticut Neuropsychological Society

Clinical/Training Experience:

  • CT Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, Glastonbury , CT, Post-Doctoral Fellow, September 2008 - September 2009.
  • The Village for Families and Children, Hartford, CT, Pre-Doctoral Intern, September 2007-August 2008.
  • University of Connecticut Psychological Services Clinic, graduate student clinician, psychological assessment and outpatient therapy, September 2003-May 2007.
  • Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, West Hartford, CT, practicum student in pediatric neuropsychology, January 2005-December 2005.
  • Hospital for Special Care, New Britain, CT,practicum student in adult neuropsychology, January 2006-May 2006.
  • Eastern Regional Academy (East Conn), Columbia, CT, practicum student, child and adolescent psychotherapy, August 2006-March 2007.

Katelin Carr, Ph.D.

Education:

  • University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, Concentrations in Neuropsychology and Child Clinical Psychology (2014)
  • Yale University, New Haven, CT;  Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in the Major (2004) 

Licensure:  

  • Licensed Psychologist, State of Connecticut, #003527

Professional Affiliations:  

  • Connecticut Neuropsychological Society

Clinical/Training Experience:

  • Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, Glastonbury, CT: Post-Doctoral Fellow, September 2014 to September 2015. 
  • Greater Hartford Clinical Psychology Consortium, Newington, CT: Pre-Doctoral Intern, August 2013 to 2014.  
  • University of Connecticut Psychological Services Clinic, Storrs, CT: Graduate student clinician, psychological assessment and outpatient therapy, 2006 to 2013.  
  • University of Connecticut Child Trauma Clinic, West Hartford, CT: Practicum student, child and adolescent psychotherapy,  2012 to 2013.  
  • Hartford Hospital Neuropsychology Service, Hartford, CT: Practicum student in pediatric and adult neuropsychology, 2010.  
  • Yale Neuropsychology Service, New Haven, CT: Practicum student in adult neuropsychology, 2009. 
  • Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, Glastonbury, CT: Practicum student in pediatric neuropsychology, 2008 to 2009.·  
  • Coventry Early Childhood Center, Coventry, CT: Practicum student, assessment and mental health consultation, 2008 to 2009.

 

Jessica Lord-Bean, Ph.D.

 Education:

  • University of Connecticut - Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, August of 2006 
  • Bates College - Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology, May of 1998   

Professional Licensure 

  • Licensed in CT (#2864)     

Professional Affiliations 

  • CT Neuropsychological Society  

Previous Employment and Training: 

  • Postdoctoral Fellow/Staff Psychologist at the NeuroDevelopment Center (Providence , RI ).   
  • Predoctoral Intern in Psychology at the Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center  for ADHD.       
  • Practicum in Adult and Child Psychotherapy University of Connecticut Psychological Services Clinic, Fall 2000-May 2005 
  • Practicum in (Adult) Neuropsychological Assessment, University of Connecticut Health Center, Fall 2003-Spring 2004
  • Practicum in (Pediatric) Neuropsychological Assessment, Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates, Spring-Winter 2002
  • Practicum in Adult Psychotherapy, University of Connecticut , Fall 2002-Spring 2003 Advanced 
  • Practicum in Neuropsychology, University of Connecticut , Spring 2002
  • Practicum in Child and Family Psychotherapy, University of Connecticut, Fall 2001-Spring 2002 

CURRENT PRACTICUM STUDENTS

Ari Romano-Verthelyi, B.A.

University of Connecticut Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Tiffany Kerzner, M.A.

University of Connecticut

Doctoral Program in School Psychology

Katelynn Porto, B.A., B.S.

University of Connecticut

Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

CURRENT PRACTICUM STUDENTS

Michelle Levine, M.A., Ed. M.

University of Connecticut Doctoral Program in School Psychology

Pamela Scalise, M.A.

University of Hartford Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology