Founder & Director
Tom Rohrer, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
Dr. Rohrer is certified in Brainspotting with extensive training and experience. He was licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist in 1985, received his PhD in 2000, and earned a certificate in Sports Psychology in 2002. He has had decades of experience helping his clients resolve their issues, and improve their personal and professional performances. Read more about Dr. Rohrer.
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Coaching Client Recommendations
“I wish that I had known of Brainspotting in my playing days (three sports). Maybe I would have won more state titles.” — Patrick F., Athlete
“I Brainspotted a lifelong issue and in only one session, subtle adjustments were activated within a few days. I recommend Brainspotting.” — Jack V., Musician and Painter
“In my first Brainspotting session I neutralized the fears that ended my state championship baseball career. Next, I connected with my inner courage and I have already used this in my life! If only I had had Brainspotting back then.” — Jason Z., Athlete
Ann Schiebert, PsyD
Dr. Schiebert is a psychologist who is certified in Brainspotting and the treatment of trauma. She has advanced training in both. She works in the Emergency Department and Chemical Dependency Department of a major HMO.
Ann has a series of books titled Let’s Make a Contract that can be found on Amazon.com. She also has a weekly radio show called Dr. Ann’s Relationship Radio. Additional information can be found on her website, www.drannschiebert.com.
For media inquiries, please visit Dr. Schiebert’s Media page.
Dr. Malboeuf is a native of Northern California. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication from Cal State-Long Beach, a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from John F. Kennedy University. She has done course work in the Human Performance Master’s Degree Program at National University.
For the past 15 years, Dr. Malboeuf has practiced clinical psychology in various nontraditional and traditional hospital settings with diverse cultures and populations. During this time she has developed several behavioral health and performance enhancement programs. In addition, she has held several supervisory and leadership positions for Behavioral Health Departments and Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Programs.