Rob Hejna, MSW
I believe that psychotherapy is a private conversation, through which a transformation takes place. It’s that simple.
A transformation can be many things. It can be confusion changing to more clarity. It can be an insight that leads
to a change of pattern. It can be just the discovery of an inner beauty and strength. This is healing, when someone
takes an aspect of their life that was dark, and puts light into it. I’ve always been able to see beyond the surface of
others, and have been drawn to helping them believe they have the power to make their lives mean something.
“Healing takes courage and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little bit to find it.” Tori Amos
“Feel the force.” Yoda
My strongest area of expertise is with adolescents, having worked in clinical, institutional, and special education
settings. But I also enjoy treating younger children, young adults, and couples. Essentially I work holistically, looking
at the whole system, at what parts are affecting other parts, and what seems to be out of balance at the source of it all.
In all cases, even the more difficult ones, as my clients learn and change, I learn and change. That’s the real beauty.
(734) 662-6300 Ext. 35
- Gender: M
- In practice since: 1978
- Alternative languages: None
- Age: Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elders
- Graduate School: University of Michigan
- Year Graduated: 1978
- ADHD, Adolescent psychotherapy, Anger management, Anxiety, Bipolar disorder, Child psychotherapy, Cognitive behavior therapy, Depression, Divorce, Family therapy, Phobias, Problems associated with college adjustment/young adulthood, Relationship problems, Spiritual/faith based issues, Stress reduction
- Orientation: Cognitive behavior therapy, Eclectic, Family systems, Humanistic, Interpersonal, Play therapy, Psychodynamic
- Modality: Individuals, Couples, Families
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