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Sara Stromeyer, Ph.D.

Dr. Sara Stromeyer of The Birmingham Psychology Group (BPG)
Dr. Sara Stromeyer

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Dr. Stromeyer's Child Patient Intake Form


For patients 18 years old and older, please fill out

Dr. Stromeyer's Adult Patient Intake Form.

Dr. Stromeyer provides the following services:

  • Individual therapy for children and adolescents (ages 3 and up)

  • Collaborative parenting training

  • Individual therapy for late adolescence/emerging adulthood

  • Diagnostic screening and referrals for assessment

  • ADD/ADHD and LD evaluations


Dr. Stromeyer works with the following problem areas:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Behavior problems

  • Social skills deficits


  • Parenting concerns

  • Parent-child relational issues

  • Developmental issues

  • Adjustment and stress-related problems

  • Comorbid medical disorders

  • Psychosomatic and functional symptoms

  • Transitional issues related to entering college and young adulthood

Sara L. Stromeyer, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in treatment of children and adolescents. She received a doctoral degree from the University of Alabama, with a focus on emotional, behavioral, and attentional/learning disorders. Dr. Stromeyer participated in further extensive training at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC and La Rabida Children's Hospital in Chicago, with additional concentrations in pediatric medical/health psychology.

Dr. Stromeyer works with variety of issues including behavioral problems, developmental concerns, social and emotional issues, and coping with acute and chronic medical conditions. While she primarily adopts a cognitive-behavioral approach, she tailors treatment to the individual and family, focusing on building good relationships.


Dr. Stromeyer participates in child and adolescent-focused Divisions of the American Psychological Association (53, 54, and 37) and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.  She served as a past representative of Division 37 (Child and Family Policy and Practice) and is currently certified by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Additionally, she maintains a commitment to teaching and training psychology students.

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