Wanda Rohl is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She attended Aurora University where she earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree with a concentration in addiction treatment in 2010 and was named “Field Student of the Year”. Wanda continued her education earning her Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in clinical social work from Aurora University in 2011.
Through the use of a variety of therapeutic approaches Wanda is committed to helping her client’s achieve their goals and to help them improve their overall quality of life. As a Clinical Social Worker, Wanda incorporates the use of a strength-based approach to emphasize a client’s self-determination, strengths, talents and resources instead of focusing on clients’ problems and deficits.
Wanda specializes in working with victims of trauma and abuse, those who suffer from the disease of addiction, adolescents and adults with ADHD, as well as, individuals with severe mental illness. She has worked in a domestic violence shelter, a substance abuse treatment facility, a secure behavioral health unit, an HIV clinic, a public mental health facility and a community health center. Wanda has also worked with terminal patients and their families as they transition through the last phase of life.
Wanda believes that with the proper combination of support and intervention her clients can overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. She has experience working with individuals, adults, adolescents, couples, families, children with ADHD, and groups.
Specialties; Depression, anxiety disorders, survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, trauma survivors, substance dependence and abuse, bipolar disorder, severe mental illness and LGBTQ