Many mental health professionals use one specific “theoretical orientation,” or framework from which treatment is approached, in their practice. Some common theoretical approaches include cognitive-behavioral therapy (or “CBT”), humanistic psychotherapy, psychodynamic treatment, and family systems therapy. Dr. Rob has been trained in each of these modalities and believes that each has its own strengths. He draws from each of them to best meet the needs of his patients. Specific interventions include, but are not limited to, mindfulness-based stress reduction, narrative therapy, collaborative problem solving, and solution-focused therapy.