Stacey is a Licensed Psychologist and the Director of Integrated Behavioral Health for Family Practice and Counseling Network (FPCN). Dr. Carpenter obtained her doctoral degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and has experience working within medical settings providing brief therapy to adults and children with various diagnoses. During her fellowship, she was a mental health consultant who conducted social-emotional groups with preschoolers, parent skills training for the parents, and provided therapy for parents and children. Dr. Carpenter has a certificate in Infant Mental Health from Chatham University. Additionally, she is an adjunct professor at Arcadia within the Infant-Toddler Graduate Certificate program and taught at Cabrini College for eight years in the psychology department. Dr. Carpenter is a founding member and current President of the Pennsylvania Association for Infant Mental Health (PA-AIMH) which is a non-profit, state-wide organization that assists in educating and connecting providers who work with children (ages 0-5yo) and their families. For the last seven years she has organized PA-AIMH’s annual conferences that has grown to about 300 participants and includes nationally recognized keynotes and local expert speakers. Dr. Carpenter is dedicated to educating communities and providers on trauma informed care and improving the social-emotional development among children and families.