Bob works from an Existential-Humanistic perspective. This approach involves the exploration of how you can live your life more consciously. This allows for an unfolding process of discovering yourself. It assumes you are responsible for how you exist in the world and how you respond to the conditions and challenges presented to you.
In the exploration of your inner life, you find your unique identity. By listening to yourself in the moment, you discover who you are and find your place in the world. You are able to live with integrity and authenticity.
The results of this approach are a greater awareness of the wide range of choices we have, the ability to make effective decisions, an increased sense of personal power, and the discovery of deeper meaning in your life.
Bob works with individuals, couples, families, and groups providing life-changing, in-depth psychotherapy. Some issues he facilitates his clients to explore include:
- Life transitions
- Relationship concerns
- Chemical Dependency
Clinical Supervision & Consultation
Bob provides individual and group case consultation for professionals as well as clinical supervision for candidates who are seeking to become either an Oregon Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or an Oregon Licensed Professional Counselor. He is listed on the Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists Supervisor Registry
Bob is a contributing author in the The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology 2nd Edition. His chapter is entitled "Frames, Attitudes, and Skills of an Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapist." .
Highest Degree Earned: M.S.
Professional Affiliations / Activities
- Existential-Humanistic Northwest Professional Organization; Existential-Humanistic Institute; Association for Humanistic Psychology