“Over the years, it has been an honor and a privilege to guide people on their journey towards health and well-being. I appreciate the trust that children, adolescents, adults, and families have given me. I bring to my practice not only my education and experience, but what I have learned throughout the years from all of my clients. I don’t presume to have all the answers. The purpose of therapy is to guide you in discovering your own best answers. Anyone can give advice and share opinions. It takes skill to be an effective guide on a therapy journey. Using my experience and knowledge I will do my best to guide you in locating your own inner resources to solve and resolve on your personal journey towards mental health and wellness.”
~ Randi Herman-Roggeman, MC
Licensed Professional Counselor
National Certified Counselor
Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor
Randi Herman-Roggeman, MC, LPC, NCC, RPT-S has been in private practice in Mesa Arizona since 2003. She offers individual, family, and couples counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. Prior to opening her private practice, Randi served the Arizona behavioral health community for over twenty years in non-profit public agencies, including the Regional Behavioral Health Authority. She has extensive experience as an outpatient therapist and served as the Clinical Director/Director of Outpatient Services at Chrysalis. She participated on the board of the Arizona Branch for the Association for Play Therapy, including as Board President, for many years. Randi is sought out to present at industry conferences and workshops.
She has earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Arizona State University followed by a Master of Counseling at the University of Phoenix in 1997. She has been an Arizona State Board Licensed Professional Counselor since 1999, a Registered Play Therapist & Supervisor since 2007, and a National Certified Counselor since 2010. She is a Consultant/Reviewer for the PESI/CMI Advisory Board and an Arbonne Independent Consultant.
Proud Member of:
Association for Play Therapy
American Counseling Association
Children’s Services Network