primary areas of practice
identity, gender, sexuality,
& relationship diversity
Over our years of practice, we have served people from all walks of life and are allies and advocates for who you are. We choose to honor and respect all identities. Whether your issues are relational or personal, we will provide you with a safe and welcoming space to explore whatever it is that brings you to therapy.
sexual health & sex therapy
Understanding your own sexual needs and desires is paramount to how you communicate with your sexual partner(s). We work with clients of all sexual lifestyles to help them discover, define and own their sexuality in order to create sexual health that is positive, pleasurable and safe. Robyn is currently in training to become a certified sex therapist and under supervision of a certified sex therapist supervisor. Check out our most popular group being offered again in this fall joining other folks in breaking through the stigmas of purity culture.
children and teens
Parenting can seem like a series of trial and error experiments. We provide the tools to help parents better understand their children's behavior and the solutions to create effective and lasting change which creates cohesion and synchronicity not just for you and your child, but for your entire household. Each stage of childhood and adolescence is unique, and our therapists' styles are unique to meet your kid's needs using validated and proven therapeutic techniques.
individual & partner therapy
David Richo wrote, "Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful parts of us." While its normal to experience challenges from time to time, some things are just not meant to be faced alone. A therapist can guide you to the self you want to be. We work alongside you in your journey of deeper introspection and greater self-awareness. It is our goal to understand each individual’s experience and provide the tools you need to pursue a healthier and more fulfilling life.
veterans & military families
There is a lot of fear and stigma when it comes to asking for help. The DOD and VA have recognized those barriers that make it difficult for those in uniform to seek therapy and have created many channels to get the help you need. As a veteran of the US Marine Corps, Robyn offers insights to her associates, veterans, active duty military members and their families, including experience in the areas of PTSD, deployment related issues and navigating school and work-life balance once your time in service comes to an end.