I'm Roni Kholomyansky, a licensed psychologist in the Bay Area who provides individual therapy for working professionals and young adults/adolescents. My areas of specialty include impostor syndrome, chronic depression and anxiety, men's issues, issues related to being a highly sensitive person, and recovering from or navigating difficult relationships.
I completed my masters and doctorate in psychology at Roosevelt University in Chicago. During my training, I worked at a community mental health center, a psychiatric hospital, and a college counseling center. These were formative experiences and it was at the Illinois Institute of Technology's college counseling center that I discovered my passion for working with young adults. It remains my favorite population to work with, as I love walking alongside folks as they begin to navigate questions of identity, purpose, and meaning.
It was this passion that led me to Santa Clara University for my clinical internship and later Saint Mary's College of California for my postdoctoral fellowship. I credit my time at these counseling centers for giving me a first-hand look at the unique difficulties for young adults that come with living and working in the Bay.