Individuals join groups to help improve their relationships with themselves and others. This specific group works by utilizing the group process to explore interpersonal interactions that happen with group members in the present moment. Group members challenge themselves within group by providing themselves with a new experience in a safe environment. Group members learn to explore issues around connection, conflict and building deeper relationships with hopes improving their interpersonal relationships both inside and outside of group.
Dr. Ryan Robinson is a Clinical Psychologist in Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. who specializes in anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, relationships, life transitions and working with individuals of color and members of the LGBTQIA community.
While Dr. Robinson can offer tangible concrete tools, his passion lies in long-term work that is insight-oriented and relational. He focuses on strengthening his relationship with each of his clients, so they feel safe and comfortable digging deep and revealing their most vulnerable elements. He spends time in sessions exploring how past experiences influence how they interact with the world today.
When working with clients who are navigating the coming out process, Dr. Robinson empathizes with their experience, knowing how hard it is to come out and recognizing where they are in process. He helps them find their voice and feel empowered to be who they are and love who they want.
Dr. Robinson creates a safe, warm space where individuals can begin to identify, challenge and positively change relational patterns. His office is located near the Dupont Circle metro station.