#19- Movement, Relational Neuroscience, & Trauma, with Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, LMSC, RPT-S

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On today’s episode, Robyn shares her experiences as a clinician and her current shift into developing educational opportunities for therapists, parents, and caregivers. Robyn discusses the role of relationship in therapy, doing self-of-therapist work, how movement can be a powerful tool in therapy, and the importance of being over doing. Robyn has a ton of trainings available on her website, so don’t forget to check that out to learn more!

Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, LMSW, RPT-S has over 15 years of practice in family and play therapy experience, specializing in complex trauma, attachment, and adoption.  Robyn is a therapist, trainer, and consultant who recently relocated to Grand Rapids, MI from Austin, TX.  Robyn’s diverse clinical training includes EMDR (including EMDR adapted for children with attachment trauma), Somatic Experiencing, Theraplay, Trust Based Relational Intervention®, Circle of Security Parent Educator, The Alert Program® and Yogapeutics Aerial Yoga Level 1 Teacher Training.  Robyn has integrated these training modalities with a foundation of attachment theory and the relational neurosciences to create an attachment-rich, sensory-sensitive, and relational neurosciences supported healing environment for children and families.  Robyn consults, teaches, and trains extensively throughout the US, including as an instructor for the Foundations of Interpersonal Neurobiology Certificate Program at Portland Community College and with the Adoptive & Foster Family Therapy Post-Graduate Certificate Program offered by Portland State University and Oregon’s Department of Human Services.  She has recently joined the working board of the Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS).

Check out Robyn at her website, on Instagram, or on Facebook!

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