Robin Andersen

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This is my general website for clients and colleagues who would like to learn more about me. If you are seeking therapy, please visit my private practice’s website by clicking here.


I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT 100070) in private practice who is especially passionate about working with teens, young adults, self-identified “nerds” of any kind, and individuals who are entrepreneurs, self-employed, and/or business owners. As a fellow nerd and entrepreneur, I understand a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work for clients, and my theoretical orientation can be adapted to meet your unique needs.

Everyone experiences setbacks in life, which is why it’s important to me that your story be accepted without judgment. I strive to create a therapeutic environment that is characterized by warmth, respect, growth, and humor. I believe in adopting a collaborative approach that emphasizes your strengths and focuses on solutions vs. dwelling on perceived weaknesses and problems. I utilize interventions that promote greater self-awareness and discovery of new skills that can be practiced between therapy sessions.


For me, psychotherapy isn’t just a career – it’s a calling. That’s why I’ve also focused on supporting my fellow therapists as a leader, advocate, entrepreneur, and clinical supervisor within the mental health field.

I’m currently the Past-President for The California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and have served on over a dozen CAMFT committees since 2017. I’ve worked tirelessly to advocate for fewer barriers to licensure as a therapist, paid positions for associates as the norm, and full voting rights for prelicensed members of CAMFT. Additionally, I:

  • Founded Prelicensed, a free resource for associate marriage and family therapists, trainees, and students in California;
  • Work as a consultant for SimplePractice and Track Your Hours to support their prelicensed customers; and
  • Serve as a Clinical Supervisor for CRF, a non-profit organization in San Diego County.



  • CAMFT’s Board of Directors
    • Past-President (2024 – Present)
    • President (2023 – 2024)
    • President-Elect (2022 – 2023)
    • Chief Financial Officer (2020 – 2022)
    • Clinical Director-at-Large (2019 – 2020)
  • CAMFT’s Committees and Task Forces
    • Annual Conference Planning Committee (2024 – Present)
    • Bylaws Committee (2023 – Present)
    • Chapter Advisory Committee (2017 – 2023)
    • Connects Committee (2018 – 2020)
    • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee (2022 – 2023)
    • Educational Foundation Board of Directors (2020 – Present)
    • Elections Committee (2018)
    • Executive Committee (2020 – Present)
    • External Affairs Committee (2023 – 2024)
    • Finance Committee (2020 – 2022)
    • Governance Committee (2022 – Present)
    • Nominating Committee (2024 – Present)
    • Political Action Committee (2022 – Present)
    • Pre-Licensed Committee (2018 – 2022)
    • Social Policy Task Force (2019 – 2022)
  • SDNC-CAMFT’s Board of Directors
    • President (2017 – 2019)
    • Director of Community Outreach (2016 – 2017)



  • Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis as a Pre-Licensed Therapist (CAMFT Webinar, May 2020)
  • Prelicensed Breakout Session (CAMFT Chapter Leadership Conference, February 2019)
  • Navigating Your Prelicensed Years (Therapy Reimagined Conference, October 2018)
  • The Journey to Licensure (Pepperdine University, June 2018)
  • Building Hope for the Next Generation of Therapists (The Modern Therapist’s Survival Guide Podcast, April 2018)
  • Supporting Prelicensees (CAMFT Chapter Leadership Conference, February 2018)
  • Prelicensed? Learn How to Get Paid and Get Hours (San Diego CAMFT, July 2017)
  • Working with At-Risk Youth in the System: A Therapist’s Perspective (Orange County CAMFT, March 2017)
  • Paid MFT Internships (Pepperdine University, May 2016)
  • Paid MFT Internships (Inland Empire CAMFT, February 2016)
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