Steve Rohrbeck, LPC, is an experienced therapist who works with adults who experience depression, anxiety, grief, and PTSD. Steve believes clients have autonomy and agency in making decisions in their lives. The therapeutic process, for Steve, is a conversation about thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and cognitive frameworks that prevent clients from utilizing their autonomy and agency. In addition, he works to explore existential ideas about the search for meaning and value in life, helping clients incorporate this search into processing feelings and connecting to their authentic self.
Steve’s clients report feeling comfortable with him in sessions because of the welcoming environment he creates; clients say they are free to be vulnerable and honest about their thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. They also note Steve’s authenticity and presence, which results in clients feeling heard in their sessions and having a crucial role in their own therapeutic process.
In his free time, Steve is an avid amateur photographer who enjoys photographing landscapes and roses in the Willamette Valley. Fine arts have played a central role in his life—including theatre, singing, and the appreciation of art and sculpture. He loves to travel with his wife, and they have incorporated their shared love of food and art into their travels.
BA, Psychology, University of Wyoming
MA, Community Counseling with Emphasis in Addictions, Appalachian State University
Therapist at Newberg Counseling & Wellness (2022–present)
Licensed Professional Counselor, Cascade Centers EAP
Coordinator, Learning Support Services Office, Linfield College
Disabilities Counselor, Rockingham Community College
Chemical Dependency Counselor, Fellowship Hall
Counseling Intern (Practicum and Internship), Appalachian State University Wellness Center
Newberg Counseling & Wellness invites clients of all backgrounds, ages, races, sexual orientations, genders, and life circumstances to a transformative experience.
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