Steven Rogat

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About Steven Rogat

A dynamic facilitator and innovative therapist, Steven Rogat is a licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor, body worker, and hypnotherapist with a master’s degree in psychology and an extensive background in alternative therapies. He is a certified trainer for Callahan Techniques' Thought Field Therapy. He brings to his practice over 30 years of experience with hypnotherapy, EMDR (eye movement therapy), bodywork, and indigenous healing modalities from the Hawaiian, Mexican, and Native American traditions. Following extensive studies in Hindu and Buddhist meditation as well as Native American and Hawaiian Shamanism, Steven uses his intuitive abilities to help clients navigate a pathway toward health. Seeing the energy connections between mind and body, he is able to help people identify and clear-up mental and emotional causes of dis-ease. Working with the body’s energy patterns, the mind’s thoughts, and the soul’s desires, he facilitates healing that integrates and reflects upon all aspects of the Self. In a confidential and professional setting, he works with individuals, couples, adolescents, and families. Steven has served as an adjunct professor in Colorado and North Carolina. His work has been well received by health, business, and educational institutions and spiritual organizations throughout the United States and Canada. Public appearances, lectures, radio shows, metaphysical fairs, and workshops are just a part of the rich experience he brings to the healing profession as a psychotherapist, hospice volunteer, and co-founder, with his wife, Marcia, of the Creative Thought Center. Author of numerous columns and articles, he also has two books available. Healing Thoughts: Applying Therapeutic Shamanism in Your Daily Life and Spirit Journeys: Freeing the Soul in this Life and Beyond (Also available on Amazon Kindle entitled: Ghosts in the Mist: A Healing Dialogue with Spirit). His column, The Body/Mind Health Corner can be accessed through several national publications.

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