I understand that past experiences may have a significant impact on our present. However, the past does not need to dictate our future. In therapy, I strive to adopt a warm, supportive, strength-based approach to empower clients and promote a sense of trust.
I believe therapy should be a collaborative process, leading to the development of new skills, a higher degree of self-awareness, and a greater sense of well-being. I am passionate about promoting mental health, and thus continuously educate myself in the most effective ways of helping people navigate through challenges.
Robert has a Master’s of Science and Certificate of Advanced Studies in School Psychology from Niagara University. He has experience working in a variety of academic settings ranging from Pre-K through Grade 12, a research center, and an early childhood service organization. He views himself as an advocate for children and families and is committed to helping children grow academically, socially, and emotionally. He has training in Psycho-Educational Assessment, CBT, Neurofeedback, and Quantitative Electroenecephalograph Assessments.
Adults, Children, Adolescents
Types of Therapy:
CBT, Mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy, EMDR, Neurofeedback, and ADHD Coaching
Anxiety, Coping Skills, Peer Relationships, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sleep or Insomnia, Stress, and Self-Regulation, Psycho-Educational Assessments
More Than Just My Work:
“If positive psychology teaches us anything, it is that all of us are a mixture of strengths and weaknesses. No one has it all, and no one lacks it all.” – Christopher Peterson