Robin C. Campbell, EdD LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

Areas of Focus

Individual, Family, Couples, Adolescent, Grief & Loss, Mood, Recovery,

LGBTQ Issues, and Chronic Illness Issues and Challenges

Couples Therapy

     I specialize in working with couples who find themselves distressed in their relationships and want to identify issues that are creating that distress and learn how to break their negative cycle of interactions.
     My approach is effective in helping couples remove the blocks to deep emotional connection.

Family Therapy

     Some of the family issues I have helped with include abuse, addiction, communication, grief and loss, parenting, sexual orientation, and suicide,  These are difficult and very personal and individualized issues. 
     Being able to allow people to work through these issues at their pace instead of using some 'template' approach is paramount to treatment.

Adolescent Issues

     The most common issues adolescents face today include self-esteem and body image, bullying, depression and anxiety, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, and cyber addiction.

      I have worked with adolescents for the majority of my career and feel I am able to connect with them where they are.  Building trust and alliance is a crucial piece of successful therapy.

LBGTQ Issues

     No matter how you self-identify, I am here for you. I believe everyone deserves a safe place to express their thoughts and feelings about their sexual orientation and the specific challenges that this can present in an environment that is often less tolerant and accepting of those who are different than themselves.
     I work to understand the individual issues you experience in your environments and daily living.



Grief and Loss

      Grief affects our whole being—physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. Each of us will have different symptoms. If you have had a previous loss, you may experience grief this time in a similar or different way, depending on the situation, your relationship with the deceased, and other significant emotional factors in your life at the time. Culture, religion, and social norms influence what we are comfortable showing to others and even what we are comfortable admitting to ourselves.

     I am here to help you discover your personal grief 'waves' and to learn how to surf them within your particular timing and experiences.










Anxiety and Depression

     Roughly 50% of people diagnosed with depression will also be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. However, it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis in order to treat the correct conditions.

      Many people with depression may experience what is known as “anxious distress” in addition to their low mood. People with anxious distress often feel tense, restless, and have trouble concentrating because they worry so much. They are deeply afraid that something bad is going to happen or that they might lose control of themselves.

      Above all, it’s important to have a mental health professional evaluate you to see if your symptoms meet the criteria for a depressive disorder or an anxiety disorder.