Kathleen Robbins is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Oregon, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) in the state of Utah, a Certified Trauma Therapist, level III (CTTIII), and a Certified Yoga Therapist.
Kathleen has been a mental health practitioner for over 10 years. Her extensive knowledge and expertise stems from both administrative and clinical positions held within several esteemed wilderness programs, adolescent residential therapeutic boarding schools, and adult residential programs throughout her career. Her rich experience has provided her foundation in attachment related work, emphasizing the value of presence in relationship to self and to others.
Kathleen has trained extensively in body-work, specializing in embodied therapy and has provided this healing modality to individuals having disordered eating, body transitions including medical issues, developmental changes and stages impacting body, addiction issues, severe anxiety, depression and trauma.
Kathleen provides healing opportunities that combine a holistic approach to self. Her unconditional positive regard for clients is paramount in the expansion process, as is holding a safe space to explore, heal, experience, and name ones story. Her ability to connect and engage allows individuals and families to not only learn but implement action steps to move forward in ways perhaps only imagined. Her clinical approach combines insight, education, humor, connection, and right pacing for each person and family she interacts with. Kathleen is a dedicated yogi. Meditation, art, and nature provide inspiration and gift of presence. Fabulous food, books, attention to beauty all around, and connection with others fuels her passions. She is a mother of a beautiful son, Zander (who has been her primary educator over the years); she is a devoted partner, sister, daughter, and overall a pretty awesome lady.