Amy Springer Robinson

Clinical Director/Therapist

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Amy Springer Robinson (she/they)

Amy’s view of herself as a therapist can best be summarized by the following quote: “I am a lighthouse rather than a lifeboat. I do not rescue, but instead help others to find their own way to shore, guiding them by example.” – Unknown.

Maybe you’ve been living with depression and anxiety or feeling outcast by life for as long as you can remember. Perhaps you are an adult who was recently medically or self-diagnosed as neurodivergent. You could be an individual or couple seeking out new ways to build and maintain healthy intimacy or looking to explore your varying personal and sexual identities. No matter what brings you to therapy, Amy firmly believes that human connection is at the center of each of our lived experiences.

Through a trauma-informed lens and client-centered approach, Amy and her clients utilize the positive connection built within the therapeutic relationship as a catalyst for clients to engage in the healing and growth they desire.

Amy has diverse clinical experience and tailors her approach to working with each individual client based on their unique wants and needs.

The personal beliefs and values that guide Amy’s work are straightforward: she believes in transparency, authenticity, and the power of communication. When people give themselves permission to live a life rooted in those three concepts, they begin to live as the best version of themselves.

Specialties: Neurodiversity, Autism, ADHD, Queerness, Sex, Kink/Poly, Trauma, PTSD, Late-Diagnosis, Self-Diagnosis

Therapy Services Offered: Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy (Kink/Poly Friendly), Family Therapy, EMDR-Trained Clinician

Ages: Children, Teens, Adults

Directory Profiles: Psychology TodayInclusive TherapistsTherapy Den

Additional Services: Consulting, Presenting, Teaching, Speaking, Writing

As the Clinical Director of Effective Artistry, Amy analyzes and streamlines organizational processes. She understands compliance and helps our staff grow and develop. She assists in clear communication to help build and strengthen the practice.

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