Dr.Crystal Robinson, Psy. D. LMFT-S
Texas License #202919 and
California License #LMFT96674
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Dr. Crystal Robinson
Dr. Robinson received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas in 2008, her Masters of Arts from Columbia University in New York City in 2010, and her Doctor of Psychology in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University in 2017.
I treat all forms: individual, families, couples etc. I enjoy working with couples (premarital couples, married couples, divorcing and divorced couples, co-parenting couples). My client is the relationship and my goal is that you would experience new life in your relationship. Sometimes couples can get stuck in their regular way of functioning, and with therapy, we can learn to function differently in a way that can change the dynamics of the relationship.
I am a structural family therapist, who incorporates CBT. I then focus on identifying the core beliefs you hold that are triggered by your current circumstances and begin to challenge those beliefs so that you began to have internal healing. It is important to work on the core belief, else we tend to couple and procreate before getting healed, and thus we pick partners and raise our children from our pain, which recreates our own wounds; when we look for relationships in our pain we typically continue to make the same destructive decisions that recreate the painful experience; this is why we start with internal healing. I create a non-judgmental environment and have unconditional positive regard hope faith and adoration for my client and their struggles.
Additionally I am a avid believer in social justice, addressing disenfranchisement, marginalization, sexism, poverty, and racism, etc, that can create, maintain, and reinforce additional barriers in marriage and family dynamics.
Marital and Premarital
Christian Informed Therapy
Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
Trauma and PTSD