Dr. Wetegrove-Romine completed her internship training at VA Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System in Harlingen, Texas from 2014-2015. She completed her fellowship the following year at South Texas Veterans Health Care System, with a continued focus in rural mental health. After fellowship, she remained with STVHCS, transitioning to staff psychologist for both Mental Health Outpatient Service (MHOS) and HPACT. As a psychologist focused on the needs of Veterans experiencing homelessness, Dr. Wetegrove-Romine maintains a caseload with many acute/high intensity Veterans, including those dually-diagnosed with substance use disorders and serious mental illness. She is part of an integrated care team, which includes a PCP, RN, LVN, psychiatrist, and social worker. In her spare time, Dr. Wetegrove-Romine serves as President of the Bexar County Psychological Association. She is credentialed with the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. On weekends, she can be found camping and hiking with her partner and two dogs. She also enjoys traveling and cycling.
|Primary Location South Texas Veterans Health Care System Frank Tejeda Outpatient Clinic||Website|
|Phone 210-617-5300||Fax -||Email -|
|Other Credentials: -|
|Speciality: Generalist with a focus on homelessness and women's issues|
|Interventions/Procedures: SFT and strengths-based, CBT, ACT, DBT|
|Syndromes/Disorders Worked With: depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, body image and self-esteem issues|
|Population Seen: Veterans, adults, couples|