Laura Roetgerman, LCPC
Founder/Executive Director/Coach & Consultant
I am the founder and the Executive Director for the center. As a therapist, I offer a non-judgemental space for expression, reflection, and reconnection. When you’re ready, we’ll work together to support your goals, identify and build on your strengths, and challenge you to live as your best self.
I use a wide variety of counseling techniques to help you reach your goals and to address your unique needs. My approach is a blend of solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral and strengths-based methodologies to assist clients in achieving their goals. Tailoring my style of therapy to meet the unique needs of each individual as well as partnering with my client to create attainable goals are my top priorities. Feeling empowered is an important part of the therapeutic process.
I have a passion for working with individuals struggling with Anxiety/Panic disorders, Postpartum Adjustment and Perinatal Mood Disorders. I have experience in providing consultation to businesses and healthcare providers. Additionally, I am also an experienced speaker and workshop leader.
Anxiety, Panic and Overwhelm
Infertility & Fertility Challenges
Perinatal Anxiety, Depression and OCD
Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss
You are not broken. You are breaking through. - Alex Myles
I have experience helping clients address: anxiety, depression, ADHD, family stress, women issues, postpartum depression/anxiety, stress and anger management, relationship conflict, and grief and loss. In addition, I am an experienced psychoeducational consultant and have worked in various settings, such as community mental health centers, schools, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, and private practice.
I received my degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology – Chicago and prior to that, attended the University of Cincinnati, where I obtained my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC-Illinois) and am currently pursuing my certification in Perinatal Mental Health (PMH-C). I am a member of Postpartum Support International (PSI), working on completing advanced training in maternal mental health, and have built a strong knowledge base of special needs resources within the community. I am additionally committed to educating and training other clinicians develop their skills in this very specific and needed niche.
In my free time I love to enjoy biking, gardening, and spending time outdoors. I am passionate about my family which includes my husband, three children: Maxson (10), Isaac (7), Evelyn (4), and two crazy pugs.