Robyn Warburton is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist in private practice and a member of the College of Clinical Psychologists. She is an Internationally Endorsed Schema Therapist and a Certified Advanced Practitioner of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Robyn completed her sensorimotor psychotherapy training in Los Angeles in 2017-2018 and was trained directly by both Pat Ogden and Kekuni Minton. She currently assists in training Australian mental health professionals in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in both Sydney and Brisbane. Both modalities of evidenced based therapy are ideally suited to long term problems, recurring difficulties, and psychological trauma. In 2016 Robyn also completed Advanced Training with Janina Fisher in Complex Trauma and Dissociation in London. During 2019 Robyn is an assistant at Janina Fisher’s Complex Trauma and Dissociation training in San Francisco. She attended the International Society of Schema Therapy Conferences in Vienna (2016) and Amsterdam (2018).
Robyn completed a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Sydney after leaving school and worked for a number of years in corporate finance and management accounting. She then decided to follow her interest in psychology. Robyn has completed her Master of Clinical Psychology at Macquarie University in Sydney and later undertook further training in family therapy at the University of Queensland.
Robyn works with clients to help them find a way through their problems. She draws on a number of evidenced-based therapeutic approaches and works with each client to find the approach that best fits the problem, the person, and the situation. Robyn works with adults, couples, adolescents, and families, and has previously worked in organizational settings in the following areas:
Adolescent mental health
Adult mental health
Anxiety & Depression & Mental health triage
Suicide assessment and prevention
Post traumatic stress
Asylum seeker mental health
Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse
The impact of parenting style on childhood anxiety
Social skills for children
Training nursing home staff in behaviour modification
Homeless Youth & Adults