Help for Artists

Robin attended Emerson College with a major in theatre before transferring into the world of psychotherapy and graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked with actors, writers, and comedians over her 40-year career, which keeps her attuned to some of the particular stresses that performers encounter in their work and personal lives.

As the Employee Assistance Program Coordinator for The Fashion Institute of Technology since 1990, Robin has helped all different types of creative people resolve personal issues that are impacting and interfering with their ability to maximize their professional and creative potential.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Performance anxiety
  • Fears of rejection
  • Creative blocks
  • Dealing with the business end of being a creative person
  • Relationship issues
  • Financial insecurities
  • Familial issues that are reenacted as a performer
  • Getting self or work noticed
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