Aaron B. Rochen, Ph.D If you’ve been in therapy, as a client or therapist, you know the feeling. As the minutes tick away, emotions deepen, new insights are generated. There is even a playful way of describing this pattern “Doorknob Therapy” reflects clients patterns of sharing significant material toward the end of a session, or […]
The Power Dynamics Neutralizer: Walk Therapy
Aaron Rochlen, Ph.D. Being a walk therapy provider comes with many perks. One of my favorites is our unique workspace. Being outdoors is not only beautiful – but healing, for client and therapist. And then there is our wardrobe selection. Working outside, requires a diverse and flexible set of threads to deal with the […]
What’s Weighing On You? Using Weights in Walk therapy
Aaron B. Rochlen, Ph.D. People love lifting weights, for many reasons. Some like the sense of power it gives us. Others do it for stress relief. Still others love the visible benefits that can come with transforming fat into attractive muscle. While I share these uses, in my work as a Psychologist, I like to […]
Dr Rochlen Featured in Austin Fit Magazine
It is no secret our minds and bodies are part of one being, but when talking about health, we tend to separate our mental and physical selves. However, growing research suggests there is actually significant overlap between our mental and physical health.
Dr. Rochlen will be remaining open for walk therapy during the current COVID-19 health crisis. Importantly, the practice will follow strict social distancing guidelines offered by the centers for disease control and prevention (cdc.gov). This will include our interactions having no physical contact (e.g., handshaking) and walking at a safe distance from each other. Facial masks worn […]