Robyn Stewart-Amarra is an allied mental health practitioner that specializes in complex profiles and families in crisis. February of 2022 marked her 20th year of supporting and celebrating the community of neurodiversity. Robyn has an undergrad and graduate degrees in psychology concentrating on development and behaviors. She is currently an MFT Masters candidate at Northcentral University.
Robyn’s approach is one that embraces techniques and theories involving DBT, CBT, Narrative and Structural Family models, and many more. Her approach is supported by her advanced certifications in DIR (Floortime) and intensive training and certification in Trauma and Attachment. Robyn has an authentic, transparent, individualized, and specific to client approach.