Angelique Romulus, M.S.
Ang Romulus, M.S. is a fourth-year doctoral candidate at Long Island University, Post and PHC extern. She has completed clinical practica at Brooklyn College and Long Island University Post’s Psychological Services Center (PSC), where she worked collaboratively with children, adolescents, and adults to address disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, depression, gender identity concerns, stress related to academic achievement, and conducted neuropsychological assessments. She also underwent specialized training at the Pride Healing Center, a sub-clinic of the PSC which provides affirming and comprehensive treatment exclusively for LGBTQIA youth and adults. In addition to her clinical work, she was also a member of the Family Check-In program at LIU, which offers low-cost assessment and feedback for children and parents to provide recommendations for family, parent, and child mental health concerns as well as trainings and workshops. Ang has also worked as an Applied Behavior Analysis Instructor for ABA Psychological Services and currently works as an executive functioning coach for New Frontiers In Learning. She has training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychodynamic theory and is expanding her knowledge base in Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT). She presented a poster at the 53rd Conference for the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies which assessed parents’ reactions to evidence-based time out videos on Youtube. Her areas of interest include anxiety disorders, incorporating mindfulness into clinical practice, and family systems.