Covid-19 Update: During this time, Dr. Romanoff is offering telemental health therapy through a HIPAA complaint platform.

Approach

Dr. Romanoff’s therapeutic approach is rooted in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral (CBT), and dialectical behavioral (DBT) therapies. She tailors these approaches to best meet the individual needs of the people with whom she works.

She encourages patients to recognize and accomplish their goals by utilizing their distinct strengths and reducing anxiety to deviate from the fixed patterns which no longer serve them. Additionally, her work focuses on fostering a greater self-awareness and understanding of how interpretation of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors color the lens through which the world is viewed. 

Dr. Romanoff works with high functioning individuals by empowering them to reach their highest potential and overcome life’s toughest challenges. These challenges tend to arise in the domains of romantic relationships, work, and family circumstances. In the face of these challenges, people often engage in habitual patterns, which although familiar, are no longer effective and keep them stuck in unsatisfying repetitious cycles. Dr. Romanoff helps people recognize how they are contributing to these cycles and how to alter their conceptualization and method to manage problems.

Ultimately, her approach is to make use of natural aptitudes to manage challenges, reduce anxiety, and increase self-understanding. This process helps lay the foundation for enduring change and to navigate difficulties when they arise in the future. She is noted for helping people move through immediate obstacles while also deepening their understanding of themselves to live life to the fullest. 

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