Ron graduated from Western Washington University with a Master’s Degree in Special Education and Elementary Education. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a specialization in Clinical Hypnotherapy, and is also a Certified Teacher and Sports Counselor with over 40 years combined professional experience as a mental health counselor, clinical hypnotherapist, teacher/coach and sports performance consultant for schools, universities and individuals.
Ron is the acting Program Director for the Bellingham Hypnosis Center, as well as providing counseling and hypnotherapy for individuals and families. He is also the founder of Roe and Associates, an organizational consulting service that provides training/coaching seminars in health education, behavior management and performance enhancement for businesses, municipalities and schools.
Areas of Professional Focus
- Weight Loss / Management
- Sleep Disorders
- Stress Management
- Self-Esteem / Confidence Building
- Phobias / Anxiety
- Healthy Behavior Change
- Sports Performance
Ron has 20 years experience as a Sport Psychology Consultant to the PGA of America, golf professionals, golf coaches and teams.
His FOCUS ON GOLF™ training seminar helps golfers at all levels to relax, improve concentration and stay focused.
MENTAL PREPARATION = BETTER GOLF
Michael has studied hypnotherapy under the direction of his Ron Roe for most of his adult life and has personally used hypnosis in many aspects of his life. He obtained his certification in hypnotherapy from Bellingham Technical College and has also studied Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and is a certified NLP practitioner.
Michael also attended Western Washington University and has a Certification in Audio Engineering from the Musicians Institute for Technology in Hollywood California. He uses these skills to help facilitate online hypnosis via Skype/Zoom as well as live streaming guided meditations and Podcasting.
Michael has also completed SMART Recovery training and works specifically with clients on substance use issues as well as maladaptive behaviors such as compulsive eating or gambling.