Robin Hamman, MA, LMFTA


     I graduated with my Master’s of Couples and Family Therapy from Antioch University, Seattle in 2023. I look forward to meeting and being a resource for individuals and families.  I have experience and special interest with: being neurodivergent in a neurotypical world (autism, ADHD, twice exceptionality, etc.), healthcare provider burnout, family support, depression, anxiety, and parenting. 

     I work with children, families, individual adults, and teens, prioritizing connection over compliance. I believe we all have the capacity for hope and growth and all do well when we can. Family support often focuses on strengthening coping and communication skills, allowing us to work together from a place of safety. I work to be culturally, neurodiversity, and LGBTQ+ affirming, anti-ableist and anti-racist.

     My therapeutic approach is relational and client-centered. Therapy works best when we work together using lightness and compassion. I may incorporate play and bodily awareness to increase coping and decrease reactivity. I use emotion-focused, cognitive, experiential, play, and solution-focused techniques for an action-oriented way to address your concerns.

     I would like to learn about you or your family and how I can support you. As we get to know each other, I will consider your complete self; emotions, thoughts, skills, stage of life, neurobiology, relationships, and health. We will work together to decide your goals from a place of respect and compassion.