Sorry, no posts matched your criteria
Author Archive for: drrobertlarson
About Robert Larson
Life is difficult and often people need assistance to manage the challenges that they encounter. I welcome the opportunity to come alongside others to help them learn to think differently, acquire new skills and develop different perspectives on their problems, life transitions and relationship struggles. While part of the healing process often involves learning from our past, most of my work with clients involves focusing on “life in the present.” My job is to provide support, understanding, direction and skill-building. I also believe that including a spiritual dimension to the counseling is important for those clients desiring this.
My work with adults typically falls within one of two general areas. The first is dealing with different individual problems such as depression, anxiety, grief issues and handling life transitions. The second area involves addressing relationship concerns, including marital counseling and family problems.
Two primary value areas which are important to me, and greatly impact how I approach my counseling, are my Christian faith and my marriage of over 40 years. Together they provide a backdrop for my work with each client that I see and help me to be a more effective therapist.
Depression; Anxiety disorders; Grief and loss; Marital issues and affair recovery; Life transitions; Spiritual concerns.
Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln