Dr. Janet Lee Kemp

Janet Lee Kemp, M.D.

Dr. Kemp is a problem solver who has been practicing for almost a decade in the Ohio area. She grew up in Ohio, went to high school here and is dedicated to helping her community. Because she lives and works in Ohio and has for some time, she has her finger of the pulse of the difficulties Ohio’s children, teenagers and adults struggle with. Difficulties including mood disorder, anger issues, coping mechanisms, difficulty dealing with and connecting with others, substance and alcohol abuse, gambling, depression, anxiety, and even bipolar disease and Schizophrenia. She offers comprehensive psychiatric diagnostic evaluations as well as prompt and attentive service. Her goal is to achieve positive response for every patient as soon as possible, especially children.

When your child has trouble coping with symptoms or is acting out in some way, the psychiatrist you choose is of paramount importance. (It’s your child’s, your teen’s and your own mental and emotional health, after all.) You want an educated, trained, and practiced psychiatrist. Dr. Janet Lee Kemp is a licensed, board certified (in adult, adolescent and child specialties) psychiatrist. She graduated Valedictorian from Cleveland Heights High School. She then obtained her medical degree through an accelerated 6-year combined B.S./M.D. program from Kent State University and from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). From there, she moved to Chicago to complete a General Adult Psychiatry Residency at Northwestern University/McGraw Medical Center in Chicago. Afterwards, she moved back to her hometown of Cleveland Heights, Ohio and completed a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Case Western Reserve University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. There she served as Co-Chief Fellow. Since psychiatry is a constantly evolving field, Dr. Kemp attends conferences regularly in order to keep current with evidence-based practices. According to Dr. Kemp, “I believe that it is important to look at the person as an individual rather than a diagnosis, and to tailor the treatment accordingly.”

View a comprehensive list of the child psychiatric services we offer.