Whether you are seeking in-person psychotherapy, or online coaching or counseling from the convenience of home or office, Barbara Rohde has the experience you need.
What sets her apart from other counselors or coaches is that she has backgrounds in both business and counseling, as well as numerous post-graduate courses in hypnosis, Eye Movement Integration (like EMDR), regression therapy, and energy healing (Barbara Brennan method). Most recently she completed all levels of training to become a certified practitioner of Matrix Energetics, one of the most advanced quantum healing modalities available today.
She has led meditation groups, as well as retreats and workshops on higher consciousness since 1992. Barbara has published articles on a range of topics, including depression in the workplace, women and career advancement, and spiritual growth. One of her passions has been assisting women who are starting their own small business. She also actively supports charitable organizations that help women overseas make a living through owning businesses. In 2007 she spoke at the World Bank in Washington, DC on “Miracle Consciousness”. In 2009 she appeared on Arlington Independent Media’s cable TV channel to lecture on the history of the 2012 phenomenon, and to provide her insights as to the types of earth changes we might encounter through 2025 and how to begin preparing for this in one’s own life.
Most recently she began using her mind-body skills to help golfers and tennis players improve their mental game. Her workshops on this topic were hugely popular, leading to the development of an MP3 and CD, with other health and wellness products soon to follow. These items as well as the 2012 DVD are available for purchase on the Products page of this site.
- Nearly 25 years as a licensed clinical social worker
- MSW, Summa Cum Laude, Catholic University in Washington, DC
- Business career in management consulting and product development
- MBA, The Colgate Darden School, University of Virginia, concentration in marketing and organizational behavior
- BA, with Honors, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, psychology and creative writing
- Phi Beta Kappa