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Robin Greenblat

Robin Greenblat

Specialties and Certifications

  • Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

  • Couples Therapist

  • Neurodiverse Couples Specialist

  • Neurodiverse Individuals Specialist

  • Autism & ADHD Assessment Specialist

  • Cassandra Syndrome Specialist

Life Experience

  • Neurodiverse Marriage for over 30 years

  • Mother of four neurodiverse children

  • Nature Explorer

  • Amateur Photographer 

  • Avid Reader 

  • Plant enthusiast and leaf whisperer

  • When I am not working, you might find me shamelessly and lovingly talking to my plants, hiking with my labradoodle, or trying to satisfy my curiosity for diverse culinary experiences with friends and family.


  • Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA

  • Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership, University of San Francisco, CA​

Robin’s Story

Having grown up in the heart of Silicon Valley, I bring a unique perspective to my work as a therapist. With over 30 years of experience in a neurodiverse marriage and as a mother of four neurodiverse children, I understand the dynamic challenges and joys of a long-lasting partnership and raising children with diverse needs. This firsthand experience fuels my passion for supporting adult neurodiverse couples and individuals, specifically counseling people with Autism and ADHD. Through my work, I aim to provide a compassionate and empathetic space where we can explore and embrace the strengths and complexities of neurodiversity and foster resilience, understanding, and growth for all involved. 


With a humanistic approach to helping others, I am deeply committed to empowering individuals and couples in their journey toward well-being. With over ten years of experience in healthcare, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to my practice. In my work, I utilize integrative techniques rooted in evidence-based theories, specialized tools, and approaches to create a transformative therapeutic experience. Additionally, I strive to create a client-centered, warm, and engaging atmosphere in my sessions. As a result, I empower my clients to navigate challenges, discover strengths, and create meaningful and fulfilling lives. 


I would be honored to accompany you on your journey toward growth and well-being.

I believe an assessment is valuable because:


  • It can help to make sense of their experiences, behaviors, and challenges.  An assessment helps individuals better understand their neurodivergent traits and challenges. In addition, it promotes self-awareness, self-acceptance, and a sense of identity, positively impacting self-esteem and mental well-being. 

  • An assessment can shed light on an individual's unique strengths and weaknesses associated with ADHD or ASD. A neurodiverse assessment can facilitate access to specialized supports, services, and accommodations specifically designed to meet the needs of neurodivergent individuals. This may include therapies, educational accommodations, workplace adjustments, and community resources.

  • An assessment provides valuable information for developing an individualized treatment plan. It helps clinicians and individuals determine the most effective interventions, strategies and supports to address specific challenges and optimize functioning.

  • A neurodiverse assessment validates individuals' experiences and challenges. It can help reduce self-blame and societal stigma by recognizing that neurodivergent traits are a natural variation of human diversity rather than a deficit or pathology.

  • Understanding one's neurodivergent profile can enhance communication and relationships with family members, friends, and colleagues. It promotes empathy, understanding, and effective support strategies, leading to healthier and more fulfilling relationships.

  • A diagnosis can provide insights into how ADHD or ASD impacts daily life, relationships, and functioning. It can help individuals and their loved ones better understand and navigate the challenges they may face, promoting effective communication, empathy, and support.

  • A neurodiverse assessment equips individuals with the knowledge and language to advocate for themselves. It helps individuals communicate their needs, seek appropriate accommodations, and support for acceptance and understanding in various settings.

Main Focus


Neurodiverse Couples Therapy


In the context of neurodiverse relationships building and nurturing a loving and intimate connection can be challenging due to differing communication styles and perspectives. By embracing individual preferences and cultivating understanding, neurodiverse couples can grow together. I provide client-centered support to strengthen relationships and develop problem-solving skills. Through our work together, couples will learn to celebrate each other, reestablish meaningful connections, and effectively interpret each other's intentions. Through acceptance, education, and cultivating self-awareness, couples will practice relating to each other in new ways that foster harmony and create a more fulfilling relationship.

The unique perspectives and strengths of neurodiverse couples offer a transformative potential for overcoming challenges. By embracing differing viewpoints and thinking styles, couples can navigate conflicts and deepen their understanding of one another. In addition, recognizing that each partner brings a distinct worldview shaped by their unique brain-wiring and life experiences allows for an appreciation of the value in their differences rather than perceiving them as mere annoyances. Couples can view shared tasks as opportunities for collaboration, fostering tolerance for each other's thinking processes. Balancing shared and individual interests further enhances their autonomy and overall quality of life. In couples therapy, we focus on deepening trust, understanding each partner's experience, and harnessing their differences as sources of strength. Together, we navigate communication differences, interpret intentions, and cultivate a harmonious and fulfilling relationship.


Neurodiverse Individual Therapy


With a deep understanding and appreciation for the unique needs and experiences of neurodiverse individuals, I create a safe space for personal growth and self-discovery. Through a humanistic approach, I assist clients in navigating the challenges associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). My passion lies in empowering clients with tailored integrative strategies and tools specific to each client. By combining evidence-based theories with a compassionate and person-centered approach, I cultivate a therapeutic environment that fosters self-acceptance, resilience, and personal transformation. Together, we will enhance self-awareness, develop coping skills, and promote overall well-being.


I strive to provide my clients with current and practical support by staying informed about the latest research and therapeutic advancements in neurodiversity. I see neurodiversity as a superpower and believe it can profoundly impact individuals’ lives and society. Recognizing and valuing the unique strengths of neurodiversity can lead to greater innovation, creativity, and problem-solving abilities. Guided by this perspective, I aim to empower and guide individuals toward personal growth, self-acceptance, and a truly fulfilling life journey.

After Your Assessment

Following your assessment, should you continue working with me as your therapist, our initial focus will be highlighting and nurturing your strengths. Then, taking a compassionate and humanistic approach, we will prioritize developing goals and enhancing your abilities to navigate the world around you. Throughout our therapeutic journey together, my sincere dedication lies in helping you explore new ways of being that foster growth, progress, and lasting change. 


With couples therapy, I intend to create a therapeutic environment where both partners feel genuinely heard, validated, accepted, respected, and understood by one another. We will strive to cultivate healthier communication patterns that honor each partner's needs while fostering intimacy through vulnerability and acceptance. 

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

  • Technology Industry


  • Internal Family Systems (IFT)

  • Gottman Method

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Gestalt Therapy

  • Person-Centered Therapy

  • Humanistic Approach 


  • Registered AMFT #114045

  • Supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, LMFT #53452

  • Employed by New Path Couples Therapy Inc.

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