Rob Heller, LPC, NCC

My Approach

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in working with adolescents and adults. Using a strengths-based perspective, I employ Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and client-centered methodologies uniquely tailored to each client’s goals and needs. I encourage clients to think about successes in their lives, no matter how seemingly “small.” I believe that acknowledging every success facilitates belief in the possibility of enacting change.  Giving yourself credit for each small step can make achieving your ultimate goal feel more attainable.


I am a practical, interactive therapist. My treatment approach incorporates insight, humor, and compassion for clients as they work to uncover and utilize their own unique resources, strengths,

and abilities

I offer a free 15-minute phone consultation to potential clients to discuss what they want from therapy and how we might be able to work together.

I consider it an honor to work with each client and provide a safe environment that enables growth, healing, insight, and hope for the future.

My Training

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor. I received my Bachelors Degree from Tulane University and earned my Masters of Professional Counseling from Georgia State University.  I have worked in a range of clinical settings including residential and outpatient psychiatric, adolescent and adult outpatient substance recovery and dual diagnosis treatment facilities. I have additional experience in private practice working with a wide range of issues and treatments.

My Specialties

My particular areas of expertise include working with individuals attempting to recover from an addiction, as well as clients who are negatively impacted by the addiction of someone close to them, like a friend, partner, or family member.

I also have interest and experience in helping those with co-occurring disorders (which can include anxiety, depression, and character issues, among others) and life transitions such as divorce, job change, or mid-life issues.