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Romae Harriott, MS.

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, in Plantation, FL.

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"If you will it....It is not a dream!

-Theodore Herzl

What is important to you right now?

Does life seem harder than it should be?

Do you want a deeper sense of connection or a greater sense of purpose in life?

Do you recognize changes in family relationships?

Do you often think about, “how can I fix this or make it better?”


You are not alone… We all feel this way at some point.

We all go through different challenges and difficulties. Now is the time to find solutions and I’m here to help you.




A lot of people are reluctant to seek therapy and talk about their problems. Most people are hesitant to address their emotions and fear that they are alone in how they feel and situation. The truth is, we all have our own breaking points and manage situations differently. However, your feelings are natural and valid. Here is a place that gives you the opportunity to be open and vulnerable, describe your story and have someone listen to your journey. There are no judgments about your feelings or situation. This is your moment to address these situations and find peace.

Let’s uncover your true potential and work towards a better future.


I enjoy working with individuals (both children and adults), families and couples. In therapy, I create a safe space for my clients to explore their feelings and recognize different patterns of behavior. My priorities are to maintain confidentiality and standing by cultural competence in order to join with clients in a non-judgmental manner. I focus on therapy through a systemic lens which enables specialization in interrelationships between self and others and consider not just the client but everyone around them. As a therapist, I utilize different evidence-based models of therapy, which includes:

  1. Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): which is future-focused, goal directed and focuses on finding solutions to achieve change.

  2. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): recognizing unhealthy thought patterns and coping mechanisms all in an effort for change.

  3. Gottman Method for Couples Therapy: which focuses on three primary areas to build a healthy relationship: friendship, conflict management, and shared goals.

  4. Narrative Therapy: A model that separates the individual from the problem, allowing change in their narratives.

  5. Elements of Art and Play Therapy: When I work with children, I engage them through play and/or art so that they can relate to the process. 


As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I provide service to individuals, couples and families. I specialize in reducing relational conflict, grief therapy, and substance use. I utilize a non-judgmental stance while providing support to my clients who encounter issues with relationships, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, stress management, emotional health struggles and life transitions.

I am a graduate of Nova Southeastern University. Go Sharks! I am known by my friends as a “foodie” because of my passion in food cuisine. I always scout out the menu before going to new places. I like to spend time relaxing and watching television, preferably reality tv and game shows. 


I would love the opportunity to be a part of your journey towards change.

Work with me by calling today by calling us at 954-903-1676 to discover if we would be a good fit to work together.

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