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Robin Gildenzopf


I aim to provide a therapeutic relationship that feels safe, warm, and open to solution-focused ideas. I work with preteens, teens, parents, and adults. I offer a non-directive approach to encourage and empower clients to be the expert of their own experience. My areas of focus include anxiety, depression, substance misuse, history of abuse, resilience and trauma, and relationships and family dynamics.

I believe the most important part of the therapeutic process is the relationship between the counselor and the client. My goal is to help clients feel heard, understood, and valued. Throughout counseling, I work collaboratively with clients to find out what works, what doesn’t work, and what needs to be done differently to find success and growth. My approach includes Solution-Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I occasionally integrate Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills and Art Therapy techniques into sessions to help clients cope with intense emotions and to offer a form of self-expression through drawing. I also incorporate Motivational Interviewing techniques to help clients find the motivation to make a positive behavior change.

My qualifications include: Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas Christian University; Licensed Professional Counselor; TBRI® (Trust-Based Relational Intervention) Practitioner; and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor.

I provide in-person and telehealth counseling to clients in Texas. I also offer telehealth counseling to clients in Wisconsin and South Carolina. My credential number for South Carolina is 1163, and the link to the SC Telehealth Provider webpage is