Dr. Parker Rhomberg, Ph.D
Dr. Parker Rhomberg (he, him, his) is a post-doctoral intern, obtaining degrees from the University of Michigan, University of Denver, and University of Memphis. Parker’s competencies include working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationship issues, identity concerns, career uncertainty, and a myriad of other presenting issues. He has experience in integrated health, university, and inpatient settings working with individuals from a broad range of ages and backgrounds.
Dr. Rhomberg addresses therapy from an integrated humanistic, interpersonal, and constructivist perspective. He brings an understanding that each person has come to know the world and their place in it in different ways. The things we do, our ways of being, are products of our experiences and the ways in which we perceive them. Each person’s journey is unique, and it should be treated as such. Therapy works best from a place of safety and trust, and regardless of how you go about therapy a strong relationship is required to enact growth and change. The ultimate goals of therapy are greater self-understanding and empowerment to enact the life and the person you want to be.