Dr. Bromberg’s formal training is in Clinical Psychology, with certificates in Marital and Family Therapy. She has also completed postdoctoral level training, with specialized training in a myriad of issues facing infants and young families.
Her practice includes specializations in the areas of perinatal mental health, including issues related to infertility, pregnancy and newborn loss, young child loss, and grief related to loss of significant caregivers.
She also has specialized training in the areas of addiction, child abuse and neglect, and issues of fussiness and regulatory difficulties facing infants and young children.
She has been continuously licensed by the state of Colorado since 2004.
Dr. Bromberg received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a certificate in the Neurosciences from Duke University. She then went on to St. John’s University, receiving both a Master’s Degree and PhD in Clinical Psychology. She also completed a two-year fellowship in Infant Mental Health through the Harris Program in Child Development and Infant Mental Health at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine.
Community Involvement and Collaboration
In addition to her community-based private practice work, Dr. Bromberg has served many roles within the psychological community, including:
- Former President, Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health (CoAIMH)
- Former Director of Infant Mental Health Programming at the Haven Mother’s House
- Former Director, Fussy Baby Network Colorado
She serves on several committees and works as a consultant to a variety of community programs, including Wishbone Foundation, Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss (CPNL), Paddington Preschool, Erikson Institute, and Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS).
She also collaborates closely with programs serving young children and families in need, including Judi’s House, Colorado Center for Pediatric Learning and Development (CCPLD), Nurturing Newborns, and other interdisciplinary practices.
Dr. Bromberg believes strongly in the benefit of collaborative relationships in the community, and continues to engage in collaborative projects with programs through the University of Colorado, community programs, and individual providers.
She is also a frequent presenter on topics pertaining to Infant Mental Health, Grief and Loss, and Child Development.
Dr. Bromberg is a current member of the following organizations: