Robin D. Stone is a therapist and coach who helps clients remove imagined or emotional barriers to fulfillment and success through use of cognitive-behavioral, narrative and cultural frameworks.
Her areas of focus include anxiety, stress, trauma, grief and loss, identity, couples and family dynamics and holistic health and wellness. She offers therapy for a range of ages and backgrounds, and has a special interest in supporting women and people of color.
Stone holds a Master’s in Applied Psychology from New York University and a Master's in Health Arts & Sciences from Goddard College in Vermont. Integrating Transformative Language Arts and creative arts therapies, she engages expressive arts to help clients make meaning of experiences and understand how culture informs their thinking and being.
A longtime journalist and author, Stone has written and edited about mental and physical wellbeing for more than 20 years. After completing her undergraduate degree in journalism at Michigan State University, she enjoyed a successful career as an editor and writer at a number of publications including The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and Essence and Health magazines.
She has presented and leads workshops on topics ranging from healing from trauma to "clean eating" to finding work-life balance. When she’s not counseling, coaching or creating, she's often traveling, sometimes with golf clubs in tow.