Parker Mott, Psy.D.
In addition to work in college counseling and private practice, Dr. Mott has experience in a variety of clinical settings which include working in inpatient psychiatric facilities assessing and treating those who suffer from serious mental illness and self-injurious behaviors. Dr. Mott also has clinical experience with those who suffer from substance-related problems, addiction, and co-occurring disorders.
Dr. Mott is a published author and at times appears in media reports and news publications. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Florida Psychological Association (FPA), and Mental Health Counselors of Central Florida (MHCCF)
Hans V. Rohrer, M.S., RMHCI
During his course work, Hans conducted his internship at the National House of Hope, a residential campus dedicated to healing troubled teenagers and restoring their families.
After graduate school, Hans completed his post clinical internship working with clients at a private practice, where he was able to offer therapy to children, teens, adults, and couples. Hans also assisted in providing service to the State of Florida, working under the authority of the Federal Probationary Agency, to help clients who were suffering from drug and alcohol addictions.
Hans’ desire to pursue a degree in mental health counseling began when he worked as a wellness coach at the YMCA, where he enjoyed training, motivating and encouraging people to become their very best. While there, Hans observed people’s lives being radically changed, not only physically, but mentally as well. After witnessing these positive changes and realizing that people’s lives can be transformed with just a little bit of guidance, Hans was inspired to study psychology.
Hans draws from a variety of therapeutic resources depending upon the person’s issues at hand. He approaches therapy in a very holistic way, which encompasses the overall mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being of a person.