Dr. Mitchell Roth, J.D., M.S., Psy.D.

Dr. Mitchell Roth, J.D., M.S., Psy.D.

Mitchell Roth, Psy.D. is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in South Florida. Besides developing expertise in multiple therapeutic styles, e.g. CBT, DBT, Schema Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, MBT, Psychodynamic Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, he brings to his practice the unique tools of Rebirthing Breathwork, various meditation styles, and Emotional Transformational Therapy. Dr. Roth has gained expertise in treating anxiety disorders, mood disorders, bipolar disorders, addiction disorders, and eating disorders.

His experience includes a position as a primary therapist at the Lighthouse Recovery Institute (LHRI) in Delray Beach, Florida. LHRI is a gender specific alcohol and drug rehabilitation program providing treatment for women seeking recovery from various addictions and offering Partial Hospital Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP).

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Mitchell Roth’s doctoral project dissertation is in understanding and treating the problem of chronic overeating resulting in the condition of medical obesity, typically 30 pounds or more overweight.

Juris Doctor & Adjunct Professor

Because of his Juris Doctor degree and Psychology Doctorate, Mitchell Roth received an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at Lynn University. At Lynn, he has taught courses in Abnormal Psychology and in Learning Theory to undergraduate students, and in Law and Ethics at the graduate school level.

Before deciding to leave the field of law and enter the world of psychology, Mitchell Roth gained experience and expertise through more than 25-years of involvement in related activities. As a co-founder of the Men’s Center of Los Angeles, he served on the Board of Directors along with , Stephen Johnson, Ph.D.. He was trained by Dr. Johnson to teach and to facilitate Rebirthing Breathwork. He also participated in anger reduction workshops.

Additionally, he served for four-years on the Board of Directors of the Center for the Improvement of Child Caring at the invitation of its clinical director, Dr Kerby Alvy. His interest in mental health and spiritual growth led him to work with Sedona Cahill, a Shaman of the Native-American tradition. Over a four-year period working together, Dr. Roth completed two Vision Quests and one Death Lodge.

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