About

‘Robyn is a profoundly gentle and inviting person whose demeanor is always welcoming and supportive without being saccharine or disingenuous. She brings patience and tenacity, passion for teaching and learning, the pursuit of social justice and the gentle softness of a gifted healer.’


-­‐ Kate Krug, Assistant Professor, Anthropology/Sociology Dept., Cape Breton University

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Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Robyn is a creative and compassionate counsellor, facilitator and educator with more than 30 years of experience in professional leadership within the community of faith and the wider community.

 

Who is Robyn?

As a counsellor she has experience offering support to individuals, families and groups related to spiritual, physical, emotional and mental health concerns; relationship and life transitions such as marriage preparation and separation, grief and bereavement; vocational discernment. As a facilitator, Robyn follows the collaborative ASPIRE model of design for transformative adult engagement. She particularly enjoys working with circles of women.

 

Robyn draws on her grounding in theatre (BA), theology (MTS) and narrative practice (Master of Narrative Therapy & Community Work). She is an Associate Member of the Canadian Association for Spiritual Care and a Professional Member of the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association.

To learn more about the individual services offered by Robyn and how to access them, please refer to the different pages at the top of your screen & don't hesitate to contact Robyn directly through the "Contact" page!

 

In Her Own Words

As a one-on-one counsellor and group facilitator, I seek to create an open, inviting and safe space in which stories can be explored, and your preferred story developed.

When people opt to sit down with me and share their stories, they may feel that they’re placing themselves in a risky or exposed situation. I appreciate this. I intentionally chose training in Narrative Therapy practices because they are collaborative and respect the storyteller as the expert in their own story.

I believe when people make the decision to seek counselling, they are choosing a new beginning for their lives and are open to exploring possibilities as yet unrevealed. It can be a very exciting moment. As a counsellor, I am grateful to be engaged with you in a time of discovery.