Rob Heubel, LMFT
- United Healthcare/Optum
- VA Community Care
A “Superbill” will be provided for any Out of Network insurance plans so you can submit a claim for reimbursement.
Rob sees adults ages 18+ and is Telehealth only
Do you struggle in relationships?
Have difficulty being your authentic self?
Feel unheard or misunderstood?
Go through the motions but feel there should be more?
No matter if you are in a relationship, just got out of a relationship, or want to do some self-improvement work to iron out past hurts and challenges, therapy is a great place to start and I acknowledge how difficult and scary it can feel asking for help.
I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a variety of individual issues as well as a wide range of relationship issues.
I believe we are wired for connection with others and enhancing those connections are a key to living a fulfilling, meaningful life.
The way we perceive and view ourselves and our challenges in life significantly impact how we manage the difficulties we encounter.
Successful relationships are not for the faint of heart. Real intimacy takes work.
We don’t see the work it takes in movies or fairy tales. We just see the happily ever after.
I graduated from East Carolina University with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and have spent most of my career working in outpatient community mental health settings serving a variety of individuals and couples with varying diagnoses. I have also worked with managed care organizations and most recently, counseling first responders.
“The relationship we have with ourselves sets the foundation for every other relationship we have.”
What to expect in a session
My therapy style is engaging and directive. I believe in treating all with respect, sensitivity, compassion, and empathy.
My approach combines cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused modalities with emotionally focused therapy interventions. I also operate from a trauma-informed perspective.
I will help you and your partner look at your unique style of communication and how you can become better at understanding the needs of your partner.
» Listening to what are the underlying emotional needs which so often get lost when arguing.
» Figuring out the WHY you argue and not just the WHAT you and your partner argue about.