Our Team


Stephanie Remedios, MS

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Intern


Autism spectrum disorder
Neurodevelopmental disorders
Acquired/Traumatic brain injury
Cognitive rehabilitation
Executive functioning
Neuropsychological/Psychological testing
Play therapy


Doctoral Training: Clinical Psychology, Albizu University, (Fall 2024) Miami, Fl
Master’s Degree: Clinical Psychology, Albizu University, Miami, Fl
Bachelor’s Degree: Psychology, Florida International University, Miami, Fl
Licensure: Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern #IMH22264

Stephanie is a Doctoral Intern conducting therapy and assessment services at MiraCare. She is currently in her final year of her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Albizu University. Stephanie began her training in a Community Mental Health Clinic working with underprivileged children and adolescents with a variety of learning, cognitive, personality, mood, and trauma-based disorders. She later received additional, neuropsychological specific training with pediatric and adult populations in a medical clinic setting. Stephanie has in-depth training in neuropsychological assessment and cognitive rehabilitation, with a focus on neurodevelopmental disorders and traumatic brain injury. She has experience with individual, group, and family therapy. She is proficient in a wide array of neuropsychological assessments as well as psychological, psychodiagnostics, and diagnostic evaluations. Stephanie aims to provide a collaborative, enriching, and empathetic therapeutic space in efforts to help every patient reach their goals. She places an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with behavioral modification strategies which examines the patient’s relationship between their thought patterns, emotional reactions, and behavioral response.

In her free time, Stephanie enjoys snuggling with her dogs, practicing yoga, traveling, reading, and trying out popular food spots around the city.

additional information

  • Location: Palos Heights, Tinley Park

  • Telehealth: Yes, if appropriate


By working together in one collaborative environment, patients and families benefit from a higher level of listening, bridging and sharing.


With a long history of caring for children and teens in an inclusive manner, family is rooted in the MiraCare continuum of care.