Dr. Tom Rohrer

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Psychotherapy

Cognitive-behavioral (current thinking and actions) is my first approach, then as desired I add resources, based on what is needed to help you, the client:

  • Clarify what the issues are and the best approach for resolution
  • Understand important situations and your part in it
  • Reduce or eliminate your distress
  • Resolve a trauma
  • Understand a difficult situation and how to make it workable

My aim in psychotherapy is to help you:

  • Become aware of:
    • What you want from psychotherapy
    • Yourself: who you are, what you like and want
    • Your self-defeating beliefs and attitudes, and negative traits
  • Adjust your negative traits
  • Decrease mental health issues and symptoms
    • Depression, anxiety, phobias, fears, etc.
  • Dissolve or overcome mental-emotional blocks
  • Improve personal and work relationships
  • Neutralize traumas
  • Practice self-acceptance
  • Resolve emotions conflicts and ethical dilemmas
Some coaching work may become part of our psychotherapy.

Coaching

The focus of my coaching work is in helping you:

  • Achieve your goals: (motivation, approach, tasks, action)
  • Calm your performance anxieties
  • Clarify and grow your desired outcomes
  • Develop your social-emotional skills
  • Enhance you personal or professional development
  • Identify and use your Personal Strengths
  • Increase your sports performance
  • Overcome your current blocks and resistances
  • Resolve your present-time issues and future
  • Grow your romantic and social relationships
Addiction Recovery


Therapeutic Approaches

In the last fifty years the fields of psychology, communications, creative arts, human potential, linguistics, medicine, neuroscience, metaphysics and related fields has evolved far enough to have a lot to offer anyone who wants become better. Evidence-based approaches are generally the most desirable. These approaches might be used in therapy or coaching. The following are some of very desirable approaches that I use.

Brainspotting

Brainspotting is the most effective therapeutic tool for processing and neutralizing a range of human problems and performance issues. Examples of issues are trauma, anxiety, depression and addiction triggers.

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing

EMDR uses cross-hemisphere stimulation and specific and extensive protocols for with trauma, anxiety, addictions and other issues.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming

NLP is a communication, personal development, and therapeutic approach. It has been used to treat a range of issues.

Positive Psychology

The goal of Positive Psychology is not only to help people with mental illness (traditional psychology), but also to help the average person who wants to become happier, healthier, and more successful.

Structural Dynamics

Structural Dynamics is a structural approach to understand and change thinking and behaviors, setting up structural tension, changing dynamics of individuals, relationships, and groups.