Caryn L. Stark is a prestigious psychologist who reinforces her advice and opinions with easy to understand psychological concepts and insights, gleaned from her 30-year career in private practice.
A natural in front of the camera, Caryn has appeared on hundreds of television shows and is a regular guest on Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, airing on FOX Nation, Sirius XM channel 111. The Crime Online podcast is available here and on Spotify, iHeartRadio and Apple.
Among Caryn's professional passions is treating anxiety and PTSD in first responders and health care workers following the 9/11 attacks and during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. During the pandemic Caryn offers telemedicine services.
Caryn is a "psychologist of choice," preferred by television producers for her candid analysis of guests. Her style is frank, yet warm. She can be tough without being offensive, and supportive without being soppy.
Caryn specializes in interpersonal relationships, effective communication skills and reducing early traumatic experiences to help create personal change. Her technique emphasizes personal experience and empathy, and helps patients and television viewers to realize that they can help themselves through simple behavior changes.
She was the featured psychologist on the CBS affiliate show AM Philadelphia, as well a featured psychologist on many call-in radio programs. Caryn has appeared on national television shows, including Extra, Good Morning America, Prime Time, Maury, Entertainment Tonight, Bill O'Reilly, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, MSNBC News, Glenn Beck, Joe Scarborough and more.
Caryn's success is due in part to her unique personal approach to the issues most people face on a daily basis regarding relationships and personal change. Her expertise is well-earned through scholarly endeavors and research, and she emphasizes personal experience and empathy in her technique.
Caryn Stark with her husband, Mark B. Snyder, DMD, and their dogs Dino Martino and Santino “Sonny” Corleone.