Rocky Tishma, MFT

Rocky is dedicated to creating healing spaces for individuals, couples, families, and chosen families. In the therapy room, he works collaboratively to help clients with identifying and deconstructing narratives that are holding them back from achieving peace and stability in their current lives. He is a strong believer in the power of self-efficacy and determination, and is confident that with time, clients will be able to continue to re-author their pasts into stories of empowerment and strength. Once we become the hero of our own journey, the possibilities are limitless. Rocky graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, minoring in marriage and family therapy. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at Antioch University. In addition to his academic career, Rocky is also the co-founder of the nonprofit organization CTSurvivors, which provides weekly online peer support for survivors of conversion therapy. The clients and populations that Rocky is especially passionate about working with are survivors of religious trauma, LGBTQ+, and chosen families.