As a medical doctor, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Eugenio M. Rothe, M.D. provides psychotherapy to adult patients who are struggling with psychological conflicts, helping them to resolve issues that prevent them from achieving a happier life and from deriving more satisfaction from their interpersonal relationships. He is also able to diagnose complex psychiatric problems and provide medication management for those patients who need it. Patients appreciate the high-quality care, personalized attention and confidentiality they receive from Dr. Rothe.


As one of only four South Florida psychiatrists with a Harvard degree in child and adolescent psychiatry, Dr. Rothe is a highly qualified expert who can provide second opinions for complicated cases in children and adolescents. He is also past Chair of the American Psychiatric Association’s Committee for Mental Health in the Schools and President of the South Florida district branch of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is a highly sought-after consultant in issues affecting children’s attention span, behavior, mood regulation, family relationships and school performance.


One of the few psychiatrists in South Florida who is a graduate of psychoanalysis, Dr. Rothe helps patients to explore deep seated internal conflicts that have not responded to traditional “talking therapies.” Psychoanalysis helps adult patients make maximum use of introspection to resolve issues that affect their lives, interfere with psychological growth and prevent individuals from deriving more satisfaction from their lives and developing deeper and more meaningful interpersonal relationships. For patients requiring medication in addition to therapy, Dr. Rothe is also highly experienced in medication management.


Dr. Rothe is Board Certified in Forensic (Medical-Legal) Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is qualified to offer expert witness testimony in a variety of topics, including Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Child Maltreatment, Juvenile Justice issues, Custody Evaluations (only when appointed by a judge as a neutral fact-finder), NGRI, Competency to Assist with Counsel, Commutation of Death Penalty and Immigration and Asylum Issues. Dr. Rothe has testified in numerous federal cases as a witness for the defense, presenting mitigating circumstances in the post-sentencing phase in order to help individuals avoid the death penalty. Dr. Rothe does not work on a contingency basis. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies and he is fully bilingual in English and Spanish and fully bicultural. Dr. Rothe is an internationally renowned expert on the psychological issues of immigration and acculturation, an area in which he has written extensively and received national awards.

For a list of Dr. Rothe’s academic presentations in national and international meetings, click here (PDF)