Hello! I’m Troy Robey
EdM, LPCC, ASAT-Candidate
Counseling is an opportunity to be listened to, to be heard, and to be understood. These are essential human needs that often go unfulfilled in day-to-day life. When was the last time someone really focused on you—when you were valued by another person who helped you to reach your capabilities? I am trained professionally to be an attentive listener and helper. But just as important, I am a fellow human being who has experienced life’s ups and downs and who respects and values the power of a healing relationship.
I have had two major career paths, counseling and music, and each informs the other. Inherent to both is the importance of being a calm, mindful listener. As a musician and a counselor, I value the fundamentals and I see it as my role to provide a solid foundation to support others to flourish. I also value improvisation. In music, and in life, those moments of responding to experiences in real time are opportunities to choose meaning and find inspiration.
Of course, it is not uncommon to encounter barriers in the search for a meaningful life. My experience and professional interests have included work in the areas of depression and anxiety, grief and loss, death and dying, aging and caregiving, stress management, childhood trauma, crisis intervention, life and career transitions, creative and performing artist issues, and human sexuality.
I have a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Washington State University. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) in the state of Colorado and an Associate Sex Addiction Therapist (ASAT) Candidate with the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. I live in Englewood with my wife and enjoy smaller-town life at the edge of the city, the mountains, and the South Platte river. I am happy to provide a brief consultation at no charge to discuss what brings you to counseling and how I may be of service to you.