Michaela Robinson, MA LPC Associate Supervised by Beth Harp, LPC-S
Michaela is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who is passionate about working with survivors of complex trauma and specializes in working with those suffering from dissociative, personality, and other trauma-related disorders. She has worked at the Ross Institute for Trauma headed by Dr. Colin Ross as a therapist for trauma patients in a hospital setting and was trained in his Trauma Model approach. In addition, she has worked as a therapeutic program manager in a support home for women providing and developing therapeutic activities for those with Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Michaela utilizes psychodynamic theory while incorporating Internal Family Systems andperson-centered approaches. She believes in the power of healing relationship as well as the importance of listening to one’s body and internal emotional experiences as effective tools for managing the chaos born out of past abuse, situational, and relational traumas.
When she is not with her clients, she enjoys performing with the Dallas Symphony Chorus, researching the impacts of major religions and cults, and picking on her cat.
Education Dallas Theological Seminary, Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling 2020 University of Central Florida, Bachelor of Music
License Texas Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC Associate) #84567 Supervised by Beth Harp, LPC-S