Robyn Rogers, LMHC
Robyn is a psychotherapist and ally who believes that all people deserve to live an authentic and joyful life. She has a specific interest in how developmental disabilities and gender intersect to create unique life experiences. Robyn has a post graduate certification in Play Therapy as well as training in LGBTQIA+, Autism Spectrum, Child Development and Trauma Focused care. Robyn is passionate about considering the whole person using a balanced approach that incorporates mind, body and spirit.
Education & Experience:
Robyn has been working with high risk women, children and families for more than 25 years. She received her education from Fisher College, UMASS Dartmouth and Capella University. Robyn is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Certified Play Therapist. She has worked within school, hospital and clinic settings with people from birth to geriatrics. Her preferred client is one who is willing to work toward a healthy goal. She has experience working with individuals who have developmental disabilities and has provided training on the topic of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Robyn has spent many years working with those who have experienced prolonged, complex trauma and has provided training on how trauma impacts the development of play themes in young children. Other areas of interest include gender dysphoria, body dysmorphic disorder, anxiety and depression.
Robyn is comfortable seeing clients of all ages.