Dr. Tom Rohrer


Cognitive-behavioral (current thinking and actions) approach is a straight-forward and effective style to clarify your situation, set goals, and start taking action. Dr. Rohrer will be your guide and you will be an active participant. You will gain:

  • Information
  • Insight
  • Positive options
  • Effetive strategies
  • Desirable outcomes

Common benefits of therapeutic work are to:

  • Become aware of:
    • Yourself: who you are, what you like and want
    • Your self-defeating beliefs and attitudes, and negative traits
    • What you want from yourself, others and from your life
  • Become self-accepting and self-forgiving
  • Clarify what your issues are and how to resolve them
  • Decrease mental health issues and symptoms
    • Depression, anxiety, phobias, fears, etc.
  • Identify and adjust your negative traits
  • Improve personal and work relationships
    • Increase acceptance, apologizing, forgiveness, etc.
  • Neutralize painful experiences and traumas
  • Reduce stress, emotions, conflicts and ethical dilemmas
  • Resolve or cope with mental-emotional blocks

Everyone wants his or her issues to improve or go away. Some people will benefit most from psychotherapy, others will feel more comfortable in a human performance model, while others want to focus on their relationships.

  • Psychotherapy: Exploring, evaluating, resolving, and improving, often going into childhood or deeper, unresolved issues; getting know one's self. Specialties:
    • Chemical and behavioral addiction treatment: Assessing, educating, supporting, connecting to resources; stopping addictive behaviors and embracing more desirable and healthier ways of thinking, behaving, and living.
    • Traumas or painful memories: Unresolved painful memories seldom get better on their own, and they can be resolved, often quickly.
    • Relationship/Couple Work: Couples need a evidence-based approach, focusing on their strengths, skills, and solutions, that support their mutually agreed upon desired outcome.
  • Human Performance Consulting: Assessing goals, neutralizing or reducing blocks, connecting to personal resources, and building successful "Zone" strategies. Performers have mental-emotional injuries, and physical performers, such as athletes have physical injuries. These injuries often undermine the performer and sometimes cause them to end their careers due to the unresolves mental-emotional impact.

Mental Performance Consultant

The focus of my coaching work is in helping my clients:

  • Achieve your goals: (motivation, approach, tasks, action)
  • Build a resilient style
  • Calm your performance anxieties and blocks
  • Clarify and grow your desired outcomes
  • Develop your social-emotional skills
  • Enhance you personal or professional development
  • Identify and use your Personal Strengths and Resources
  • Increase self-awareness and your human performance
  • Overcome your current blocks and resistances
  • Resolve your painful or traumatic past that are causing your current issues
  • Grow your romantic and social relationships

Carl Jung

Therapeutic Approaches

In the last fifty years, the fields of psychology, communications, creative arts, human potential, linguistics, neuroscience, metaphysics and related fields have evolved far enough to provide things to the person who wants to improve their life. Evidence-based approaches are generally the most desirable. Dr. Rohrer uses the following approaches in his psychotherapy and Mental Performance Consulting:


Neuro-Linguistic Programming

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

Positive Psychology

Structural Dynamics

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