1425 South 700 East, Suite #102, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
1901 Prospector Ave # 30, Park City, UT 84060

185 North 290 West Lindon, UT 84042

Andrea Robison, AMFT

“A life truly lived constantly burns away veils of illusion, burns away what is no
longer relevant, gradually reveals our essence, until, at last, we are strong enough to
stand in our own naked truth.”

~Dr. Marion Woodman

Therapeutic Areas

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic illness and medical trauma
  • Somatic Concerns / Body Image
  • Identity changes, including LGBTQ transitions
  • Addiction recovery
  • Adolescent development
  • Family / Relationship conflicts
  • Bipolar and Borderline traits

Methods

  • Depth Psychotherapy
  • Somatic Psychotherapy
  • Family Systems, Object Relations
  • Expressive Arts
  • Feminist / Cultural Psychology
  • Existential Psychology
  • CBT
  • DBT

Community Involvement

  • Jung Society of Utah Blog Team
  • Member AWP (Associated Women in Psychology)
  • Workshops in Somatic Education and Energy Medicine

About Andrea Robison

My background is an interdisciplinary mix of professional experience in the humanities and health. I hold undergraduate degrees in Film and English Literature, and have been a Licensed Massage Therapist practicing in Utah since 1996. I hold a Master’s Degree in Depth Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacifica Graduate Institute. I have worked with individuals age six to seventy in the therapeutic setting, and I enjoy working with couples, families, and groups.

I love to be creative in my approach to helping others move through barriers, and believe that everyone can be an agent in their own recovery, no matter how tough the pain feels. Holding a safe container to process wounds is an important element of my approach, and I am trauma sensitive and trauma informed in my work. I have traveled extensively and lived in the Marianas Islands where I gained great respect for a variety of cultural approaches to the intersection of identity and social development. I find joy in being with others as their healing progresses, and believe that recovery is a collaborative process of listening and attending to the needs of one’s woundings. I believe that compassionately witnessing the light of self discovery turn on as deeper aspects of the client’s soul are finally seen, heard, and met is a sacred part of the therapist’s vocation.

In my free time I am a nature and arts nerd. You can find me eagerly absorbing beauty at art galleries, film houses, and concerts, or doing some form of meditation out in the mountains. I love to decompress stress by creating visual art and poetry, or dancing and diving.