Robert McCauley MSW, MEd, LGSW, BCBRelationship Therapist, Psychotherapist Choices Psychotherapy
I believe that at our cores, everyone wants to feel connected and understood. I strive in my work with clients to build a sense of connection and empower clients to build meaningful connection in their own lives. Therapy is about helping you to be your authentic self, becoming a person who moves toward those things most important to you.
I find therapy is most effective when it is done collaboratively with each person and their providers, and I always encourage my clients to reach out about any unmet needs. I am very grateful to be able to work as a therapist, and am humbled by the opportunity working with people presents me.
Having completed my masters degrees in 2016, I have been practicing as a psychotherapist since then. My training and work with clients is adaptive to their needs, but I draw primarily from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Narrative therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. I am additionally certified in Biofeedback, and frequently draw from Feminist theory and Structural theory. No single modality predominates my practice, as no single clinical problem does, and I have found that each person is best served with an approach tailored to their needs.
I have particular expertise in working with issues of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, high functioning autism, sexual dysfunction, relationship dysfunctions, and attachment issues. I primarily work with individuals, couples, and poly-systems. As my training was based in Social Work, I am committed to being as culturally competent as I can, and strive always to maintain awareness of others backgrounds and perspectives, and to respect those in my practice.
Payment/Insurances accepted: All MA/PMAP programs, BCBS, UCare, CIGNA, and Preferred One