Robyn Mosley is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with individuals, families, and groups.
Robyn obtained both her undergraduate degree in Social Work and her master's degree in Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA. She has experience counseling people who are dealing with a wide array of struggles, such as depression, anxiety, stress, phase of life issues, body image issues, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and grief and loss.
Through her work with victims of PTSD and domestic violence, Robyn has counseled those who have experienced emotional, physical, and sexual trauma. Robyn feels issues relating to a person's sexuality are deeply personal and should be treated with respect and without judgement when they are dealt with in therapy.
Robyn has over 16 years of experience in counseling. She has lived and worked extensively with people from other cultures and religious backgrounds as well as cross-cultural settings. Robyn has interacted both professionally and personally with people from a number of countries, including countries in Central and South America, Africa, some areas of Asia, and the Middle East. Because of Robyn’s experiences with people from so many backgrounds, she is very open-minded and culturally aware.
Robyn sees the counselor as someone to walk alongside the client in therapy. The client, in turn, takes an active role in the therapy process. Together they seek to understand the factors causing pain and distress.
Robyn borrows from Adlerian and Family Systems therapies. She also uses some expressive therapy and bibliotherapy in her work with clients.
Robyn is a Christian and is comfortable addressing counseling issues through the Christian faith. She loves art, writing, and travel. She can often be found curled up reading a good book, sipping a warm cup of coffee with her cat by her side.