I am a Mental Health Counselor with many years of personal and professional experience. Life is difficult and talking helps. I have worked with thousands of individuals, couples, and families across the Country and I know that happiness (or peace of mind) is a reasonable goal for everyone, no matter what the circumstance. I have cut my teeth in this field. I have worked with homeless people, and the heirs to billion-dollar fortunes as well. I have worked with all manner of disabled people, those with severe and persistent mental illness, and those who would colloquially be considered "worried-well." I am also a Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor. I truly love helping people break apart their bad habits and learn to experience the joys of a healthy lifestyle.
As your therapist, I will help you learn to pinpoint the source of your stress, and show you powerful techniques to get rid of the problem. Therapy is a collaborative process. We will work together to problem-solve all the different ways to get you living your best life as quickly as possible.
As your couples counselor I will help you lay the groundwork for effective communication and referee the difficult conversations that are impacting your relationship right now.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Parenting issues
- Self esteem
I also have experience in LGBT, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Eating disorders, Sleeping disorders, Anger management, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder, Coping with life changes, Coaching, Compassion fatigue, ADHD
LMHC #008515 (Expires: 2021-01-01)
Robert has been excellent for me and my husband. Through his support, empathy and skills we are doing much better these days. Robert makes himself available for both of us and has shown great care and respect for each of us in turn. I can't say enough about how much he is helping us and great he has been for us both.
At first, it took a while but it’s a great service. I already recommended to other people if they don’t use it, their loss. I think the biggest barrier is talking on the phone... but do it once and you'll see.