Michael C. Rockwell, M.D.
Dr. Rockwell did his internship at Northwestern University and his residency at The University of Chicago. He did some post-graduate psychoanalytical work at The C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago; he has an interest in Jungian-based psychology.
He was board-certified in 1992 by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Here at Northlight Counseling, Dr. Rockwell conducts psychiatric evaluations and he manages medication cases. He consults with patients in counseling or who seek second opinions on their diagnosis and treatment options. He sees patients over 18 years old.
His area of interests include: depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar depression, and attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD). He also has experience with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Karen Bischoff, LPC
Having obtained her Master’s degree in Counseling from Arizona State University in 2001, Ms. Bischoff employs CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy), but also utilizes insight-oriented and interpersonal therapies in her work.
Ms. Bischoff accepts most referrals, including presenting concerns related to general mental health, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, mood disorders and PTSD.
Janet Davidson, LPC
Dr. Davidson obtained her Ed.D in counseling psychology in 1993 from Northern Arizona University. Utilizing CBT and insight-oriented treatments, Dr. Davidson specializes in such areas as relationship issues, abuse recovery, anger management, parenting, and grief/bereavement work.
Lovilla Lee Henkelman, LCSW
Ms. Henkelman obtained her Master of Social Work degree from ASU in 1976. Since that time she has gained specialized training in CBT, Solution-Focused, and Family Systems theory treatment orientations. Additionally, Ms. Henkelman offers Christian-based services in all of her treatment areas. Ms. Henkelman prefers to work with couples, adolescents and families, addictions, chronic illness, depression, anxiety, divorce recovery, and ADD/ADH
Javier Perez, PhD
Dr. Perez graduated in 1991 with his Ph.D. in psychology from Arizona State University. Utilizing such well-respected modalities as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Systems Family Therapy, and Communications Theory, Dr. Perez works with children, adolescents, adults/couples, and families. His areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, substance abuse, and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder).
Bobbi Vogelsang, DBH, LCSW
Dr. Vogelsang holds a Doctorate in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University. She has also earned her Master of Social Work degree from Western Michigan University since 1985 and has been a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers since 1987. Having attended trainings by some of the best-known therapist- trainers in her field, she utilizes Ericksonian, Narrative, Solution-Oriented, and Buddhist Psychology therapies as well as CBT.
Working with adolescents and adults of all ages, Dr. Vogelsang’s accepts referrals for a wide range of concerns including marriage/couple counseling (including gay and lesbian), anxiety/stress/phobias, trauma, dissociative disorders, chronic pain, depression, and all mood disorders.
Randy Vogelsang, LCSW
Mr. Vogelsang graduated from the University of MIchigan with a Master of Social Work degree in 1987, and post-graduate training in Solution-focused, cognitive behavioral, and strategic therapies. A collaborative and client-centered therapist, Mr. Vogelsang works with individuals age 12 through geriatric, couples, and families. His areas of expertise include anxiety/panic, depression, bereavement, anger and emotional self-regulation concerns, and marital/couple counseling.