Dr Todoroff began his career in law enforcement, working for 14 years as a police officer in South Florida, while attending college. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. He went on to earn a Master's and Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology at the Miami Institute of Psychology in Miami, Florida. Completed his Clinical Internship with United State Justice Department and his Clinical Resindency in Private Practice, here in Hernando County. Dr Todoroff went on to earn a secondary Master's Degree in Health Care Administration from University of Florida. He is a member of the American Psychological Association.
Dr Todoroff's clinical training includes: Jesse Goodman Center, Switchboard of Miami, Broward County Sexual Assault Treatment Center, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Thomas Langley Medical Center, Marion-Citrus Mental Health Center and Clinical Private Practice. He served as Clinical Director at Greenbrier/Springbrook Hospital, and maintains staff privileges at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital.
Dr Todoroff along with Ronnie Evans, began Behavioral Health Associates in 2002 in Hernando County. They have enjoyed the practice, and have been in the same area since.
Dr Todoroff provides full range of Clinical Psychological interventions, with specialties in forensics, mood disorders, trauma, and relationship dynamics. He has been working with chronic pain management since 2003 and works with rehabilitation psychology in conjunction.
Although Dr Todoroff does not treat children, he does work with families in dynamic interventional treatments.
Specializing in treating and evaluating children, adolescents, and young adults.
Florida Licensed, Doctoral Level over 40 years experience.
Psychological, Neuropsychological, Psychoeducational Intellectual Special areas of concern: Adaptive behavior, Substance Abuse, Autism Screen, Personality, Learning styles, Process disorders, Dyslexia, Parent/Child management skills, attention disorders, behavior disorders (anxiety, panic, eating, stress, trauma, depression, grief, illness); College accommodations; Intellectual Disabilities, Learning problems and or disabilities, Developmental disorders; Cognitive Disorders; Gifted