Dr. Kelly Romirowsky
Dr. Kelly Romirowsky is the founder and director of Philadelphia Assessment & Counseling, LLC. As founder, Dr. Romirowsky has assembled a diverse team of therapists with varied strengths and specialties.
Her primary areas of research and interest include:
- Behavior modification
- Test anxiety
- Learning disabilities
Dr. Romirowsky enjoys the vast application of psychology and also includes consulting and teaching in her work mix. A lifelong learner, education is the centerpiece of her practice, and all of the therapists at Philadelphia Assessment & Counseling engage in continuing education. One of the most rewarding parts of her job is bearing witness to the improvement in her clients’ lives through therapy.
Dr. Romirowsky is the Evaluation and Research manager of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and an adjunct instructor at the institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University.
Dr. Adil Nure
Dr. Adil Nure specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults and families, as well as with diversity and cross-cultural issues. In addition to therapy, Dr. Nure specializes in psychoeducational testing.
Dr. Nure works as a school psychologist, providing psychoeducational testing to determine eligibility for special education. His primary areas of research and interests include:
- Psychoeducational assessment for children and adolescents, including testing to determine the presence of learning disabilities, ADHD, emotional and behavioral difficulties, autism and any other social difficulties.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Executive Functioning needs.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Acceptance Based Treatments
- Diversity and cross-cultural psychology
- School Psychology
- Supporting parents with behavioral management skills
Dr. Nure strongly believes in the importance of collaboration and an open, trusting therapeutic relationship. He communicates transparently and honestly, dedicating time to discussing each individual’s goals so that the client’s own vision is the driving force of the therapeutic work. He works tirelessly with his clients, sticking with them through the most difficult challenges and offering support and guidance as they work toward a more positive future. In his free time, Dr. Nure enjoys learning about technology, participating in and watching sports and listening to engaging podcasts.
Dr. Nure received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Swarthmore College. He holds a Masters and a Doctorate degree from Widener University, with a concentration in diversity and cross-cultural psychology. He is a Certified School Psychologist in the state of Pennsylvania.
Emily Johansen is in doctoral training for clinical psychology at the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology (Widener University), and is working as a therapist at Philadelphia Assessment and Counseling, LLC under the supervision of Dr. Kelly Romirowsky.
Her clinical interests include:
- Working with cross-cultural populations, including international students
- Relationship counseling
- ADHD/learning disabilities testing in adolescents/adults
- Academic coaching for college students
- Anxiety/depression treatment
- Examining the intersection between spirituality and psychology
As part of her clinical training, Emily has offered long-term therapy to young adults/adolescents with severe issues at Advoserv in Delaware. Additionally, she has worked extensively with children as a mobile tutor for Above Grade Level and as a respite provider for Child & Family Focus. Furthermore, during May 2016, Emily traveled to the cities of Chongqing, Beijing, and Shanghai in China, and presented to the staff members at an orphanage about the caregiver-child relationship.
Emily received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA.