Robyn is an Associate Clinical Social Worker who spent her early childhood in Jamaica before settling down in the San Gabriel Valley of Southern California. Robyn obtained her Bachelor's in Psychology and Creative Writing at the University of California, Riverside (UCR). Robyn earned her Master's in Social Work in the Social Welfare problem at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs where she specialized in Health and Mental Health Across the Life Span. Robyn has training in EMDR, IFS and trauma-informed CBT. Since 2019, Robyn has worked with adolescents, young and older adults since. Robyn takes a client-centered approach to focus on client's individual needs. Robyn uses the modality of Internal Family System to help clients get in touch with the many parts of themselves to develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their unhealed trauma wounds. Robyn has significant experience working with people of color and queer folx who have struggled to find spaces of safety in the world. Robyn also particularly enjoys working with creative and artistic individuals who need support unlocking their creative potential by addressing barriers and overcoming the anxieties inherent in the creative process. In collaborating with her clients, Robyn hopes for clients to develop a deeper sense of compassion for all the parts of themselves, even those that seem grotesque and unloveable. In her free time, Robyn enjoys singing karaoke and consuming narratives in all its forms (novels, television, movies). Robyn is also in the process of building a science fiction world for her own novel.