Stephanie Kemper, Psy. D.
My work is a calling and a purpose and began (and continues) out of a desire to help individuals of all ages know that they are worthy of being loved and valued, live fulfilling lives, and heal from pain and hurt. Throughout my training and work experiences, I have had the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, and adults providing individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as Psychological Testing, in a variety of Inpatient, Outpatient, and Emergency settings.
As a Clinical Psychologist, a wife to my husband of almost 18 years, and mother of two, I fervently believe in the importance of a child’s early years as well as the family’s interaction with that child during that time. It is my belief that family therapy as well as child centered individual therapy can positively impact the course of a child’s cognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral development as well as the family’s development for years to come.
Therapy is a place where your family can find support and encouragement to help your child or family develop optimally. Treatment is chosen based on your child’s unique set of needs and is based on effective research based interventions. In therapy, you can be assured that your family's beliefs will be respected and valued. Families can expect that I will treat them with kindness, respect, and excellence in my work with them.
recipient of the Outpatient Employee Excellence Award (2005), Employee of the Quarter (2008), and was a Pinnacle Award Finalist (2009). Dr. Kemper has published in the area of marriage and family work and has led seminars and trainings on topics such as relationships and working with young children. Dr. Kemper worked providing in-home treatment for young children and their families through a local private practice for six years prior to founding Foundation Family Care P.C.
Stephanie Kemper, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Kemper received her Bachelor of Science with a double major in Psychology and Religious Education from Gardner-Webb University. She received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology and her Doctor of Clinical Psychology degrees from Regent University. Dr. Kemper worked at Carolinas Medical Center- Randolph for seven years and was