Dr. Kroemer is a licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in services for adults, and maintains a private practice in Petoskey, MI. She has been in practice for 29 years.
Dr. Kroemer received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (APA-accredited) from Temple University in Philadelphia in 1991, and then completed a postdoctoral fellowship (APA-accredited) in Health Psychology and Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at Henry Ford Hospital. She held positions as a Rehabilitation Psychologist in Stroke and Head Trauma in Philadelphia, as a Consulting Psychologist in Organ Transplantation, and as a Health Psychologist with Sandoz Nutrition and Temple University Medical Center before coming to private practice in Petoskey. In addition to maintaining a private practice, Dr. Kroemer also works as a consultant with various agencies. She is an independent contractor affiliated with the VA to perform Pension/Compensation evaluations and with the DHHS to perform Social Security Disability evaluations.
She has given many invited presentations in the fields of health psychology, personality functioning, liasion services, stress management, and eating disorders, both in professional and in community forums. Dr. Kroemer has co-authored three editions of a textbook in Ergonomics, and has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and California. She is a member of the American Psychological Association with active memberships in the Society of Addiction Psychology, Clinical Psychology/Psychologists in Independent Practice, and Health Psychology. She is also a member of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, now known as the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry.
Locally, she served as the Division Head of Psychology at the (former) Burns Clinic and also co-founded Main Street Psychologists in Harbor Springs and Petoskey. In 2018, she moved her practice to its current location in Petoskey. In 2020, she transitioned to a primarily telehealth-based treatment model.
Dr. Kroemer utilizes cognitive, interpersonal, dialectic, analytic, and behavioral approaches to achieve therapeutic goals. She has a special interest in current, integrated approaches to treating mood and behavior disorders remotely, particularly as they relate to health and overall well-being.