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Robin Greenblat

Phone:  (650) 270-7188


At A Glance:

Specialties and Certifications


  • Neurodiverse Parenting Specialist

  • Neurodiverse Couples Specialist

  • Associate Marriage and Family Therapist


Life Experience & Interests


  • Married 30 years, Mother of 4

  • When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and hiking with my labradoodle




  • Masters in Counseling Psychology

  • Master in Healthcare Administration

Main Areas of Focus
Parenting Neurodiverse Children

Guiding Parents with Curiosity

What does it mean to have a neurodiverse child? Robin has personal experience of almost 30 years raising neurodiverse children and believes in celebrating and embracing the neurodiverse child. While parenting neurodiverse children can be hard, it is beautiful at the same time. 


Robin helps with parenting the neurodiverse child:

  • To acknowledge and support the needs of their neurodiverse child

  • To understand that neurodiverse children may do things differently

  • To adjust to activities so the neurodiverse child can participate at their skill level

  • To focus on enjoyment and the process of experiences

  • To elicit help from schools or the community to be inclusive 

  • To Celebrate! 

Robin works with parents of neurodiverse children by encouraging parents to find meaningful and different ways to communicate with the neurodiverse child. It is easy to make assumptions when a neurodiverse child is having a meltdown; by bringing curiosity, a soft touch, and gentle concern, Robin encourages her clients to create a sense of safety and understanding for their child. When it comes to everyday activities, thinking differently and flexibly will become a natural way to look at things. Managing parenting expectations and looking at neurodiversity through a positive and hopeful lens will create a space for improved strengths, creativity, and happiness for the neurodiverse child.

Other Areas of Focus


  • Neurodiverse Counseling and Coaching

  • Couples and individual life transitions

  • Discernment Counseling

  • Pre-marital Counseling

  • Depression and Anxiety

  • Grief, loss, and shame

  • Self-forgiveness




  • Couples

  • Elder Couples

  • Individuals




  • Internal Family Systems (IFT)

  • Gottman Method

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Gestalt Therapy

  • Person-Centered Therapy

  • Humanistic Approach 




  • Registered Associate, AMFT #114045

  • Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452


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