Ilyana Romanovsky

Researcher, Author, Clinician and Columnist

Ilyana Romanovsky is a researcher, author and clinician in Private Practice. She studies the role of uncertainty on human behavior, examining how people can find meaning and motivation by exposure to risk. She is the author of Choosing Therapy: A Guide to Getting What You Need, which explores how individuals can find the right therapist, fight stigma of seeing a therapist as well as offering perspective on various treatment approaches. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in treatment of adults, adolescents and children with anxiety and mood disorders. She is active in the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy community and is committed to incorporating Evidence Based Treatments into her work with clients and into her writing.

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