Dr. Frank Doberman

KPA Director: Frank Doberman, Ph.D.

Dr. Frank Doberman is Co-Founder of Karner Psychological Associates (KPA). Established in 1985, KPA is the largest private provider of mental health services in the Capital Region of New York State. In addition to seeing private clients, he provides consultation and training for parents, clinicians, educators, family care agencies and hospitals.

He is also sought after for his expertise in both expert witness testimony and applying clinical skills for business consultation. He is the author of two parenting books: “How to Build a Happy Family,” a guide for parents who feel they just don’t have enough time, and “Parent Up,” a self-help guide for answers to your daily parenting problems.

Dr. Doberman is a leader in the fields of Clinical Psychology, is a Licensed Psychologist, and is certified in School Psychology and Educational Administration. He is a nationally recognized speaker on topics of family preservation and learning disabilities. He is a Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics at Albany Medical Center; where he was the course director for Behavioral Pediatrics. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Counseling Psychology at SUNY Albany. Dr. Doberman was Chairman of the New York State Health Department Psychologists Medical Access Review Committee.

Although Dr. Doberman is proud of all the above accomplishments, his greatest joy is in being a father of two and a grandparent of ten.

For more information, please visit Dr. Frank Doberman’s website.


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