Stan J. Rog

Montreal and Pointe-Claire

Stan J. Rog

Montreal and Pointe-Claire

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After completing a very successful run at university and acquiring the necessary degrees and accolades to be part of the academic community, I left the confines of the Ivory Tower and started my private practice. In university, I was fortunate to study with some great mentors and have a very solid scientific background. Although science has its place, psychology is also an art. An art that requires a very strong link to one’s own intuition.

Even though I may be proud of my scientific and academic accomplishments, I am equally proud to have studied several types of meditation, yoga, Pilates, martial arts, Zen, Buddhism, Japanese calligraphy, comparative religious studies, and a variety of great therapies that are part of my consciousness.

Apart from being a psychologist for the past 26 years, I have certification in fitness training and behavioral nutrition.

Although, psychotherapy is about problems, it is also about empowerment, growth, and grace. We should feel good about psychotherapy as a tool to get us where we really should be in life, with no judgment and with peace of mind.

During the past two decades, I have been featured in newspapers, magazines, television, and radio. I have several peer-reviewed scientific papers that have been published in leading journals.

My private practice was based on a holistic approach to physical and mental health. During this time, the development of the Integrated Lifestyle Management Model® took place. My facility was a mix of office and personal gym. I had the opportunity to work with many interesting people, many from the entertainment industry.

I am continuing in private practice with the culmination of all this experience and the implementation of the Integrative Lifestyle Management Model® for behavioral health.

  • Work
    • Clinical Psychologist
  • Education
    • Concordia University
    • McGill University