Ron Latsha, MS LPC is a licensed professional counselor in full-time private practice in Anchorage, Alaska.
Ron received his Bachelor of arts in Business Administration and minor in Industrial Technology in 1987, at which time he owned and operated a commercial fishing vessel until he retired in 2016. Ron received his Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology in 2009 from Alaska Pacific University. In 2010 he earned certification in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
Post graduate school, Ron began practicing chemical dependency counseling in both inpatient and out patient facilities. Ron served in both Lead and Intake Assessment Counselor positions. In 2013, Ron received Alaska State licensure; licensed professional counselor #810.
In 2014, he opened a full-time private practice called, Ron Latsha, MS LPC, Integrative Psychotherapies. Ron now practices primarily Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) with a mind/body integrative approach to trauma informed therapy.
Ron works with a wide range of clients from first responders, military, and civilian persons dealing with a wide range of issues from PTSD, generational trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, phobias, sexual addictions, and more.
"...it is not what happens to the people that affects them, it is what they BELIEVE about what happens to them that affects them.”