Ashley Romanoff (Psychology Intern)
Ashley (she/her) is an intern therapist at The Center for Growth in Philadelphia for the 2021-2022 year and is currently completing her doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D) at Immaculata University. She is also a member of Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology and a student affiliate to the American Psychological Association.
Previously, Ashley was providing group therapy services to adults in a partial hospitalization level of care and is comfortable working with clients in group and individual settings. Additionally, Ashley has experience with a wide array of diagnoses including bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, generalized anxiety, chronic depression, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, substance abuse and OCD. Ashley also enjoys working within the LGBTQIA+ and BDSM populations.
With her practice rooted in CBT but often pulling from other theories (strengths based theory, person centered theory and DBT), Ashley believes that meeting clients where they are with empathy and compassion is of the utmost importance in order to create a strong therapeutic relationship and welcoming, safe environment for clients to be themselves and work towards their goals.
Ashley believes that all people deserve to have the chance to empower themselves through therapeutic work. She is passionate about the healing process and the positive and impact that therapy can have on all people. Outside of her internship, Ashley loves spending time outdoors with her friends and family or reading a good book with her pets.
- Pennsylvania: In PsyD Program for Psychology. Under Supervision with Dr. Phil Rutter
- New Jersey: In PsyD Program for Psychology. Under Supervision with Dr. Phil Rutter
Ashley Romanoff (Psychology Intern)’s Latest TIPs:
Maintaining Motivation: A Foot in the Door
Do you often find yourself struggling to get things done at home once you’ve had a full day at work or school? If so, you aren’t alone! Many people … Read More
Clinician to Client: Homework
When people think of therapy, they may tend to envision the Freudian based image of a client on a couch and a therapist on a chair … Read More
Do you often find yourself worrying about events in the future? And not just worrying a little, sometimes worry that can get so big it stops you from wanting … Read More