About Dr. Romirowsky
Dr. Romirowsky received her PhD in clinical psychology in 2012 following a predoctoral internship at Children's National in Washington DC. She is a clinical child psychologist at The Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders in Washington DC. Dr. Romirowsky is also an adjunct clinical supervisor for doctoral students in the UMD Clinical Psychology Program. Her clinical interests lie broadly in the delivery of evidence-based interventions to children and adolescents in both the general outpatient and pediatric medical settings. Her research has focused primarily on predictors and correlates of child psychosocial adjustment and behavior change, with a particular interest in the contribution of fathers.
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