Luke Romanow, MD

Staff Psychiatrist

“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves” - Henry David Thoreau

Specialty
Medication Management
Years of Experience
5
Locations
Virginia
North Carolina
New York
Education
  • University of Pittsburgh, BS
  • Drexel University, MD
  • University of Virginia, Residency and Fellowship
Languages
English

Dr. Romanow is double board-certified in Adult Psychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry.He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training and then attended Drexel University College of Medicine. After medical school, he completed his residency in Adult Psychiatry at the University of Virginia, where he obtained a certificate in additional psychotherapy training.After residency, Dr. Romanow completed a fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry at the University of Virginia. During his fellowship, he trained at the prestigious Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy (ILPPP) and Western State Psychiatric Hospital where he performed criminal and civil forensic evaluations. He also provided clinical care at a maximum security prison.

Prior to joining Talkiatry, Dr. Romanow worked at a healthcare system in Montana providing inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care involving medication management and psychotherapy. Additionally, he operates a private Forensic Psychiatry practice conducting mental health evaluations for the legal system.

Dr. Romanow has extensive experience treating various mental health disorders including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, ADHD. His clinical work includes assisting patients who experience mental health disorders with co-occurring substance use problems. He has training in various schools of psychotherapy including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), CBT for insomnia, motivational interviewing and supportive psychotherapy.

Dr. Romanow incorporates treatment focusing on the importance of exercise, diet and good sleep habits as a part of comprehensive mental health care.

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