Dr Romi Ran is a highly specialist and experienced Clinical Psychologist. She has worked within the NHS, Voluntary and Private Sectors for over 10 years.
Romi obtained her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The University of Oxford. Her training and experience has developed her expertise in various treatment models including; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-based approaches and Systemic Family Therapy. She has worked with clients across the age span suffering from a multitude of difficulties such as, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep-difficulties, Relationship/Family problems, Eating/Body image difficulties, Work discontentment and many more.
Romi’s professional experience has included working as a Research Coordinator in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University (Boston, MA). Here she was involved in several pioneering research studies in the field of self- harm and suicide. She also completed her training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and has worked as a DBT therapist in several outpatient and hospital settings with adults engaging in suicidal and para-suicidal behaviours.
In more recent years, Romi’s clinical and academic work focused on the field of Eating Disorders. She has extensive experience working with individuals suffering from Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder. This was also the topic area of her doctoral thesis.
For the past 4 years, Romi has been managing her own private practice in London. Here she sees a range of clients for psychological assessments, ongoing therapy, coaching, wellness mentoring and supervision. She also offers specialist “Disordered-Eating” sessions which helps clients suffering with difficulties such as emotional overeating, yo-yo dieting, and negative relationship with food or body image.
Alongside her private practice , Romi serves as the Clinical Director of Beyond Chocolate, The UK’s leading no- diet community. This role includes creating online programs to help individuals with disordered eating as well as running workshops and retreats.