Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Individual Adults, Couples/Relationship, Family, and Adolescents
Rob’s approach to therapy borrows from many different schools of thought. He describes himself as an existential/humanistic therapist, which means that when we address our own anxieties of what it means to be a human being, and fully embrace ourselves for who we are, we can live a more rewarding and authentic life. Rob believes therapy to be a place of growth, which ultimately stems from reflection and self-acceptance. Rob’s role as a therapist is to be a helpful guide in uncovering a client's full potential.
Rob believes as individuals, we are influenced by society, culture, family, and a myriad of other expectations and experiences. Along the way, we acquire unhealthy messages that often get internalized and become a part of our consciousness. Working through these invisible barriers leads us to uncover our true selves, and life gradually begins to open up.
Rob’s conviction is that each client has the ability to work through obstacles that bring them to therapy. Since he believes that clients have the answers to their problems within, Rob’s view of therapy is a space to be genuine and vulnerable which will lead to personal growth.
Rob graduated from Antioch University in 2007 and is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. Rob brings a myriad of experience to his practice; he has provided individual, couples, and group counseling in private practice, school settings, and group counseling centers for more than 10 years.