My approach to counseling is a collaborative one. What this means is that we will establish goals and resolutions TOGETHER. One of the best feelings that come out of therapy is the realization that you are not alone. My extensive experience and education has given me the foundation to compassionately assist you on your therapeutic journey. I will encourage you, be a support system for you, while also providing you with coping skills and strategies. At other times I will offer you perhaps a more unique, positive, and challenging way to look at things until you are able to repeat these skills for yourself. A combination of these strategies and perspectives, as well as your willingness to change and apply what you’ve learned, is exactly how change occurs.

Whether you’re seeking individual counseling or couples counseling, the steps to choosing the right counselor are very important. Please do your research and be informed. Many commonly asked questions are answered here on my website or feel free to call or contact us on the form below with your questions.

Licensure and Specialty Areas:
Doctorate in Marital Counseling (Ph.D.)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
Marriage Family Therapist (MFT)
Certified Addiction Professional (CAP)
Qualified Supervisor for the State of Florida for LMHC, LMFT licensure
Qualified Substance Misuse Evaluator

Barry University
2010- Doctorate in Marital Counseling (Ph.D.)
1998- Dual Masters Program:
Master of Science- Specialization in Mental Health Counseling
Master of Science- Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling

2001- Certified Addiction Professional – CAP

Population served:
Adults 18 and over- Individual and Couples Counseling

2004- Present
Robin Erickson, Ph.D, Inc.
Professional Counseling Services
Owner-Private Practice

Over the years, I served in various settings in the addiction community, in a variety or roles, from counselor, program director, and division director. Programs ranged from residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings. In addition, I implemented and facilitated numerous Aftercare groups and Family Support groups.

I designed and implement the first Substance Abuse curriculum, and treatment program for a West Palm Beach adolescence women’s correctional facility.

I also was an educator for Palm Beach State College in the CAP program, and was consulted to revise much of the CAP curriculum.

I  facilitate numerous trainings,workshops, and support groups in the areas of Substance Misuse Education and Prevention, Codependency, COSA, and CODA, Stress Management, Relapse Prevention, Communication for couples, Helping families cope with a loved one who has an Addiction or Mental Illness, and Self-Esteem/Balanced Lifestyles.

I work closely with several well-known local Psychiatrists in the area of Mood Disorders and Dual Recovery. I am also referred to as the Bipolar/Mood Disorder expert.

Solution-Focused Marital Therapy: A Content Analysis of A Case Study
November 1, 2010
The purpose of this publication was to research and investigate a better understanding of solution-focused marital therapy, from the lens of the process/content distinction, in an effort to improve understanding of how change transpires during this therapeutic model. This qualitative research helped me to incorporate a more strength-based approach in my counseling today.