Psychotherapist and executive functioning coach specializing in helping with emotional or mental health concerns, and with organizational, behavioral, and academic needs.
Matt L. Rohrer, LCSW, is a psychotherapist and executive functioning coach based in Brooklyn, New York. He holds an MSW from CUNY Hunter, an MSEd from Long Island University concentrated on teaching adolescents with disabilities, and an MA in English: Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Matt has over a decade of experience helping people with diverse needs to thrive emotionally, socially, and academically. As a psychotherapist, he helps clients overcome barriers that may be preventing them from accessing their personal potential, and develop the insight, awareness, and self-compassion needed to heal. Matt is also a licensed learning specialist who works with young people and adults using an executive functioning lens to help clients who are struggling organizationally and motivationally.
Matt has been conducting individual and group therapy since 2017. As a therapist, Matt utilizes psychodynamic, somatic, internal family systems, and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help clients develop insight, process trauma, and gain greater agency in their lives. He uses an individualized approach to treat anxiety, depression, substance use, and relationship issues. Matt has significant experience working with adolescents, adults, LGBTQIA individuals, artists, and athletes, and has conducted group therapy for men and adolescent boys exploring issues related to masculinity. As an avid surfer, skateboarder, and artist, Matt believes that creative physical expression can be a powerful resource in the healing process. His background in these communities and practices helps him to connect to clients with a variety of passions and interests.
Insurance: While Matthew Rohrer does not currently accept insurance, he can provide superbills for clients with out-of-network benefits to submit to their insurance company.
Executive Functioning Tutoring
Matt works with children, young adults, and adults who desire to improve their functioning in school, work, and other areas of life. He employs a strengths-based, inquiry-focused approach to executive functioning coaching, collaboratively building strategies with clients to help them to improve emotional regulation and focus, address time management issues, increase motivation, and work through avoidance. Matt has over a decade of experience working as a learning specialist in diverse middle and high schools, providing direct support to students with learning differences including ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, dyslexia, and other non-specific learning disabilities. Matt has worked for several years with Organizational Tutors, and highly recommends them for executive functioning coaching if he is not a good fit.