Meet your contributors
Dr. Romanik has been in private practice as a board certified psychiatrist for over 25 years. And was recently named Best Psychiatrist by his colleagues in the Albuquerque Living Monthly Magazine, March 2012 “TOP DOCs” issue.
He taught at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine for 5 years following his residency and has enjoyed throughout his practice mentoring and guiding psychiatric medical students as well as PhD Psychologists and Masters Level therapists in the Art of medicine in the field of psychiatry.
His East-West studies have spanned the whole of his life, beginning in his teens where he pursued Yoga and throughout his medical training where he trained with MD/Acupuncturists.
Dr Romanik has presented papers at the World Psychiatric Association and other conferences. He uses an innovative and integrative approach to looking for the areas of confluence in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry.
Dr. Gineris has over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist, communication skills trainer, and parenting trainer, she has over 15 years experience as a strategic management trainer, seminar provider and consultant, and seven years experience as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Her focus is the innovative integration of east-west philosophies to promote health.
Her East-West studies have spanned the length of her career; including a strong emphasis on mindfulness, meditation, and Yoga.
She is an author and has developed and provided education and training seminars since 1992, with a east-west integrative focus to promote health, since 1996.
Dr. Gineris and Dr. Romanik have teamed up to develop Integrative Medicine Strategies to assist individuals with psychiatric diagnoses. They work with individuals who have all kinds of issues so you may find great ideas about how to treat sleep disorders, weight loss issues, asthma, intestinal inflammation, blood pressure imbalances and various kinds of pain disorders.
They have collaborated with patients since 2000, and have developed this model over the last seven years.
The blogs that follow will provide insights and techniques that are easily incorporated into integrative medicine practices as well as ideas that individuals can develop with their own practitioners.
The key as you will ascertain is communication. Team work, excellent listening and observation skills, innovation, and a willingness to follow the thread of information to its unique end, and of course the capacity to paradigm shift in real time are all important attributes to create a successful complementary – integrative model. Always address various concerns within a balanced whole perspective to allow for a return to balance fot the patient or individual who is suffering.