How We See It is a non-profit created with the purpose of breaking the stigma of therapy within minority communities.

What We Do

Our mission is to eliminate the stigma of therapy and use innovative approaches to provide mental health awareness

Why We Do it

To decrease mental health issues that are common among students and provide coping skills to overcome them.

How We Do It

We conduct mental health workshops with Schools and community organizations by using music as a tool to engage students with mental health education.

How You Can Help

Would you like for us to come to your school or interested in volunteering with the organization ? Please fill out the contact information below.


Using Music As An Intro to Therapy

Hip Hop Therapy is an avenue which we use hip-hop music as a platform to discuss and educate the youth on the various aspects of mental health and mental health awareness. The topics include anxiety, depression, suicide, etc. Through the use of Hip-Hop lyrics and content, the stage is set to provide valuable material which creates a dialogue with students. This exchange yields a deeper understanding of the importance of mental wellness and how to appropriately address mental issues when they arise.

Our purpose was to create a platform to open up the dialogue with the youth in the community. Our dialogue explores such questions as:

  • What does depression feel like?
  • What does it look like?
  • How does one positively deal with depression?
  • Have you ever experienced depression?
  • What are the challenges associated with depression and anxiety?

We use the hip-hop industry as a platform to open up discussion with students about mental illness/ wellness issues that are often in media. By using these songs that have coded messages, we provide clarity and understanding to identify mental health issues through songs.

This dialogue has a two-fold impact:

  1. Participants will have a better understanding how to identify and deal with issues relative to maintaining a healthy mental posture.
  2. Assist participants with increasing their empathy, identifying and understanding mental health issues in others, and the direct or indirect impacts of untreated mental health issues.

Meet Our Founder:
Jeff Rocker

With years of experience working with clients going through individual, relationship, and family issues, Celebrity Therapist Jeff Rocker has provided therapeutic services to clients from as young as 3 years old to individuals in their late adulthood. Over the years, Jeff has organized lectures and various events in the community, including excursions and retreats for couples to improve their communication and gain a better understanding of each other. He has experience working with athletes such as those in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. In addition, Jeff has also worked with clients in the Movie, Music, and Entertainment Industry. Mr. Rocker is nationally recognized for his innovative techniques and approaches towards troubled teens, interpersonal relationship partner conflicts, and professionals struggling with work-life balance. He also works with clients with debilitating addiction issues. Jeff provides a holistic approach to therapy as he offers in-home therapeutic services.

CEO of How We See It, Inc. Mr. Rocker has established a team of diverse individuals that are changing the world’s perspective on mental health one community at a time. His team does multiple outreach programs for these communities to help dispel the myths of therapy and remove the stigma around mental health. One of the outreach programs that Mr. Rocker created is called Hip Hop Therapy. This is an interactive workshop done in high schools across South Florida. His goal is for students to have a safe space to express themselves in an unconventional manner. Growing up with a musical background, this program is one that truly resonates with him on a personal level.

Mr. Rocker is in the process of earning his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family therapy from Nova Southeastern University and currently is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. He obtained his masters from Nova Southeastern and his bachelor’s from Bethune Cookman University.

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