Mr. Mike Roehr, LCPC is a psychotherapist who specializes in providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. He received a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Mike has a variety of experience helping individuals of all ages with Anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, Depression, and other life challenges and transitions. He also has experience working with individuals of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and is a Certified Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist (ASDCS). He has helped support those who are facing academic underachievement, learning disabilities, and Social/Emotional challenges, such as family conflict, peer relationships, self-esteem, self-harm, and teen violence. Mike has advocated for the creation and maintenance of IEP and 504 plans in school for his patients. Mike also has experience supporting and advocating for individuals with LGBTQ concerns, and has worked in assisting those who struggle with substance abuse and addiction. Mike also has experience in career counseling, which is focused on helping adults and older adolescents navigate their individual journey related to learning and work/career. This includes career assessment and exploration, career decision making, managing career changes, lifelong career development, and dealing with other career related issues through support in making complex decisions and facing difficult situations. Mike utilizes a combination of therapeutic techniques that meet the unique needs of every individual he treats. These include (but not limited to) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Somatic Experiencing (SE), Person-Centered, Motivational Interviewing, as well as Mindfulness and Relaxation Techniques. When working with children, Mike utilizes play therapy, art therapy, and sensory exploration to empower children to develop more ways to better self-regulate their emotions and foster more effective coping strategies.
In his free time, Mike enjoys hiking, bike riding, rock climbing, reading comic books, playing video games, watching movies, playing drums, and going to concerts.