Meet Robin Callow, MSW, LSWAIC

I am a firm believer in life being what we make of it.  Abraham Lincoln once  said, "Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." However we are often faced daily with situations, relationships, and issues that are out of our control.  That's where successful therapy sessions can help us to learn new coping skills and how to care for ourselves when things are stressful.

Today's clinical research substantiates this point of view.  Utilizing techniques like CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), mindfulness, and positive psychology we can change our perspectives on how we view life's stressors and begin to identify our own goals of inner peace and happiness. 

Practice Areas

Primarily focused on but not limited to the following:

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Clinical Evaluation

Complete psycho-social evaluations can determine clinical diagnoses utilizing a variety of clinical tools before the psychotherapy process begins.

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Couples Counseling

Every relationship can have difficulties with communication from time to time Sometimes having a neutral form of support is key.

02

One on one sessions or occasionally inviting family members for additional support can be essential in the therapeutic process.

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Feeling overwhelmed and sad can be a challenging way to live.  Let's explore some therapeutic techniques to start feeling better.

Depression

03

Cancer / Chronic Illness Psychotherapy

People with cancer or chronic illnesses or their loved ones often face unique challenges impacting their mental health and inner peace.

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Stress

Anxiety.  Stress.  Busy schedules.  Learning how to mindfully go through life can be a positive way to cope with day to day stress.

 

Support for life's stressful times.

1030 N. Center Parkway Suite 110, Kennewick, WA 99336 ~ (509) 735-5091

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If you are in a life threatening situation, do not use this site. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1-800-273-8255. Your call will be routed to the crisis center near you. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

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