Robyn offers individual psychotherapy to clients seeking to make meaningful life changes, through a therapeutic connection that is collaborative, and authentic.  She works with clients of diverse cultural backgrounds and of various identities throughout the lifespan.  Her areas of expertise include:  

  • Depression and other Mood Disorders

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

  • Anxiety-Related Issues

  • Life Transitions

  • Relationship Issues

  • Neurological Disorders

  • Grief and Loss

  • Psychoneuroimmunology

  • Clinical Consultation

  • Supporting Helping Professionals

Robyn is an Approved Supervisor in the State of Washington for social workers working towards their clinical licensure and currently offers consultation to both new and experienced clinicians.  


She was trained in clinical supervision by Amelio A. D'Onofrio, PhD, Clinical Professor and Director of the Psychological Services Institute at Fordham University and Director of the Florence Seminars and has years of experience as a clinical educator in the field for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Robyn has spoken throughout the country providing in-services to healthcare professionals, and workshops tailored  to small groups, non-profits, and those working in the corporate world.  She speaks and teaches on topics related to: mindfulness, stress management in the professional and personal arenas, eliciting the relaxation response and self-care for helping professionals.  In addition, she has been published on the topic of vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and self-care.  Robyn also teaches in the university setting on the topics related to providing palliative care and end-of-life care, and grief and loss as an everyday experience.

Robyn is skilled at engaging individuals in experiential practices, and brings a unique perspective informed by her extensive educational background.  She has years of experience blending Western psychology and neuroscience, along with Eastern practices to facilitate wellness and positive change, and gently (and actively) guide individuals to bring work-life into balance.

Please contact Robyn directly with any speaking, workshop, in-service, or other educational requests.