Dr. Maria T Rothenburger
- Therapy Orientation:
- Eclectic, Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Humanistic, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
- Age Focus:
- Depression, Anxiety or Fears, Infertility or Adoption
- Treatment Modality:
- Couples, Individuals, Groups
- Any Ethnicity
- Sexual Orientation:
- Any Orientation
- Religious Beliefs:
- Any Religion
- Last updated:
- Nov 11, 2015
- Life Is Worth Living Because...
- of the moments.
- About My Work
- Miracles Happen is a psychotherapy and coaching practice dedicated to helping folks who are struggling to build their families. Whether you need help healing from the trauma of infertility or you want direction for improving your mindset (which improves fertility!), Dr. Maria has both the personal experience and the clinical expertise to guide you safely through the process.
- My Story
I'm a self-proclaimed hippie (kinda; I still love my shoes!) who loves hanging outside, hiking, running, biking, gardening, meditating, and making fertility-friendly products in the kitchen. I enjoy life and laugh a TON. But, it wasn't always that way.
Here's the thing: I completely understand what you're going through. Because I went through infertility, too. Infertility was, hands down, THE most difficult experience I've yet had. It wasn't just the lack of kids. Marriage became difficult, friends were lost, I was a social recluse, and I felt like I had completely lost my mind.
A torturous seven years later, and infertility was resolved (even before we adopted our son). The most important thing learned through the journey?
-Infertility does not have to be torture.
-It does NOT need to rule your life.
-You can be more peaceful, in control, and less crazy.
-You can handle others' pregnancies and insensitive questions, or even (gasp!) complaining parents and pregnant women.
-You can feel more hope than you’ve ever felt.
-AND when all of this improves, your fertility improves, too!
I'm here to show you how.
|Years in Practice:||10 Years|
|Graduated from:||Capella University|
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Cost & Payment Modalities
|Avg Cost (session):||$120 - $149|
|Insurances accepted:||Aetna, Cigna, BlueCross and/or BlueShield|
|Accepts Credit Cards:||Yes|
|Online Payments accepted:||Yes|
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Dr. Maria Rothenburger's Most Recent Activity on Choose Help
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:38 - May 06, 2013 Trauma & Letting Go
I used to have crushes on people and had relationships in high school and I have been in love, I think, but never in a serious relationship as a so-called adult. I had a really messy ugly relationship in my first year of college and it ended with ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 01:41 - Apr 07, 2013 Perfectionism
My wife is a perfectionist. I thought it was cute at first but now I worry that it’s actually really harmful to her mental health. She’ll stress out over every little thing and whenever she makes a little mistake or when she gets any kind of ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 07:10 - Jan 16, 2013 Forgiveness
Is there any point in forgiving someone from my past who really hurt me even though I do not think I will ever see this person again. I am sorry for not wanting to give you any details about what happened but I prefer to keep these private. Suffice ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 08:58 - Aug 08, 2012 Making Friends/Social Stuff
Can therapy teach me how to make friends? I am very alone in my life and I am tired of watching everyone else at work go out and have fun together and not invite me. I want to go with them but it is like I don't know how to make it happen and I ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 12:54 - Nov 23, 2011 Psychiatrist and CBT
I dont abuse xanax,but I do feel like im addicted,ive taken half of a 2mg pill twice a day for three years,ive tried tapering but im still sick,what else can I do the anxiety and panic attacks are worst,but worst I feel like I may have a seizure and ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 11:41 - Nov 18, 2011 Solution-Focused Therapy
I have been having some real trouble coping with stuff over the last year, or maybe longer. My dad died early last year at the age of 63 from a heart attack and that was a real shock. We had owned a sporting goods store as business partners. Now ...