MA, LPC, NCC
Romi earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Purdue University in 2015, which sparked her passion for therapy. This led her to complete her Master's in Mental Health Counseling & Behavioral Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine. Her therapeutic approach applies a balance of support, warmth and authenticity to create a safe place for her clients.Her genuine and compassionate personality translates in the work she does with her clients and empowers them to discover their true self.
Romi's training includes: working with clients in crisis during her time on Boston's Emergency Services Team, working with child and adolescents in a residential setting at Franciscan's Children's hospital, and working with children with eating disorders and their families at the Eating Recovery Center in Dallas. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, relationship & transitional issues, grief & loss, self injurious behavior, and self-esteem.
Romi currently specializes in working with children, adolescents, emerging adults and parents. In sessions, Romi draws from a variety of techniques with a patient-centered approach, including: cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, and acceptance commitment therapy. Romi's passion for helping people find their true potential is fueled in her work. Uniquely, Romi achieves this with her clients by taking a holistic approach through mindfulness and self-compassion with each patient.
Feel free to contact Romilyn with inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.