Nancilee Romano is a behavioral health therapist in the Men’s Relapse Program. In that role, she provides individual therapy and facilitates group and family therapy.
She also provides case management, keeping in touch with family members and referring therapists as well as working with other Caron staff to create aftercare plans and provide recommendations for services.
Nancilee's role requires patience, empathy, honesty, and compassion. Her goals are to help patients challenge themselves to continue their personal growth and heal from the emotional wounds they have not treated and to help them understand that their needs are valid and important. She aims to help patients see that they are deserving and capable of creating and living healthy lives in recovery.
In 2014, Nancilee started working at Caron as a temporary employee in the medical records department before taking a permanent position as a counselor assistant. By 2019, she became a therapist and worked in the Women’s Relapse Program, Women’s Phase I and II Programs, and with young women in the Teen Program and Young Adults Program before moving into her current position.
Nancilee has a Master of Arts degree in clinical mental health counseling from Kutztown University.
Addiction is a life or death situation that demands the best care possible to ensure the patient’s well being. I am passionate about doing what is in the best interest of each of my patients. The ethics of ensuring that patients get the right kind of care for their needs is really important in this field.”