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Beth N. Rom-Rymer, Ph.D. has been a pioneer throughout her life.  She was in the first class of women at Princeton University, graduating in 1973.  Dr. Rom-Rymer created the Victim-Witness Assistance Unit in the State Attorney's Office, Tallahassee, Florida, in 1977, where she worked on the Ted Bundy serial murder case, 1978-1979. During that time, she also co-founded and was the first Board president of Refuge House, a shelter for surviving families of domestic abuse in Tallahassee, Florida.  Refuge House will celebrate its 43rd anniversary in 2021.


Clinical Practice

Dr. Beth N. Rom-Rymer is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in trauma, and the full range of psychological disorders. Serving all ages, couples, and families.

Forensic Consultations

Dr. Rom-Rymer currently has a national consulting practice in forensics, working as a forensic expert witness in civil litigation in which there are allegations of sexual abuse and physical abuse, sexual and physical harassment, and other forms of violence.

Speaking Engagements

Learn more and request a speaking engagement with Dr. Beth Rom-Rymer. 

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