Dr. Abigail Romirowsky is a clinical child psychologist who provides group therapy to parents of anxious children. She directs the Ross Center’s Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions program, and facilitates SPACE groups for parents of children in Kindergarten through High School. She was previously the Child and Adolescent Program director at The Ross Center.
Experience and Training:
Dr. Romirowsky earned her Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate in Psychology at the University of Maryland, and she is a very proud UMD Terp! Her clinical training at UMD and Children’s National spanned several settings, including clinical research projects, community clinics, outpatient and inpatient medical centers, and the emergency department. In the past, she has also taught undergraduate psychology courses and supervised doctoral students. She is committed to learning through formal continuing education, through her experience with each client/family, and through ongoing self-exploration.
Dr. Romirowsky has completed continuing education requirements that meet the initiatives of The Ross Center’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force.
Blog Posts and Events:
- Facilitator: SPACE: Group for Parents of Anxious Children
- Event – Facilitator: Good Enough Parenting Series 2 – Fall 2021/Winter 2022
- Event – Facilitator: Good Enough Parenting for Tweens
- Event – Facilitator: Good Enough Parenting for Toddlers
- Event – Facilitator: Good Enough Parenting for Elementary Aged Kids
- Event – Facilitator: Good Enough Parenting for Teens
- Event – Facilitator: Realistic Pandemic Parenting: Ask Me Anything
- Blog: Keep Calm and Snuggle On
- Blog: Teaching your Children the True Meaning of Giving
- Recorded Webinar: Realistic Expectations of Pandemic Parenting
- Event – Facilitator: Realistic Parenting Coping Together Q&A