Kleemeier, Ph.D. (Dr. Bob) is a licensed clinical psychologist
who began practicing in Georgia in 1971 following the completion
of his doctorate degree at Purdue University. Prior to entering
full-time independent practice, he was Director of the Adolescent
Unit at the Georgia Mental Health Institute. This program consisted
of an acute and long-term inpatient unit and an outpatient day program.
Dr. Bob was also the founder and Director of Youth Services for
the Gwinnett Mental Health Center as well as founder and Director
of the New Directions adolescent group home. He has also served
as a consultant to the Special Education Services for DeKalb County
Schools and has been a consultant to the U.S. Department of Labor
Job Corps program for the past 28 years. Dr. Bob was President and
CEO of the Georgia Network of Psychologists, a company that secured
and managed behavioral health contracts on behalf of its provider
panel of 250 licensed psychologists.
Kleemeier, Ph.D. (Dr. Carol) is a licensed clinical psychologist
who has been in practice since 1976. She earned her doctorate from
Emory University. As a faculty member in the Emory University School
of Medicine, she directed the psychology internship program for
the Department of Psychiatry. She also served as Director of the
Newton County Mental Health Clinic. Dr. Carol provides therapy and
psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults.
Stubbs, Ph.D. received her doctorate from the University of
Tennessee. She has extensive experience with children, adolescents,
and families in clinical and school settings. Prior to entering
private practice, Dr. Stubbs worked as a psychologist in hospitals,
outpatient programs, and in the public schools. She provides therapy
and psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults.
Dr. Stubbs is also a sports psychology consultant.