Cara Knaster, Psy.D.

Cara Knaster
Cara Knaster

Title: Assistant Professor

Office: 11H NAZ

Phone: (610) 647-4400 Ext: 3230

Psy.D., Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, Chestnut Hill College


Dr. Knaster has been teaching courses in psychology since 2008 in undergraduate and graduate degree programs. She also has a private practice where she sees adults and conducts a general practice. She has experience consulting in skilled nursing homes and schools.

Courses Taught

  • Practicum Seminar
  • History and Systems in Psychology
  • Test and Measurements
  • Psychoanalytic Theory and Therapy
  • Research and Statistics II
  • Cognitive Clinical Assessment
  • Professional Practice Prep

Research Interests

Psychotherapy outcome, psychoanalytic and psychodynamic practice, gender, women’s issues, and clinical assessment


Knaster, C. A., & Micucci, J. A. (2013). The effect of client ethnicity on clinical interpretation of the MMPI-2. Assessment, 20(1), 43-47.

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