Robin Bodhi

Robin Bodhi (she/her)

Professional Counselor Associate


Supervisor: Fred Kane, Phd, LPC

My focus is trauma resolution, PTSD, and anxiety. I offer tools, resources and support to help clients feel self-empowered and embodied.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $85-$100

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2020


  • Individual
  • Relationship

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • OHP CareOregon/HealthShare
  • OHP Open Card
  • OHP Pacific Source Community Solutions

My Ideal Client

Due to complex PTSD, early childhood attachment issues and chronic anxiety it can be very difficult to feel connected to self and others. These challenges can impact every area of your life impeding the ability to access a sense of happiness and overall well-being. I help clients address how their challenging past interferes with the ability to feel embodied, and connected impacting the ability to have fulfilling authentic relationships.

My Approach to Helping

Brain spotting is a technique I use to specifically address trauma. It has a strong somatic component in which the client guides their own process. I bring in an emphasis in somatic awareness and mindfulness to my counseling sessions. Because of my history as a body-worker I'm skilled in helping others connect with themselves through embodied approaches: such as mindfulness techniques, guided meditations, and somatic practices. My work is relational as I believe many issues start with a lack of proper and healthy early attachment. My focus is for my clients to feel safe and cultivate a more solid foundation of sense of self. Addressing unconscious patterns is a key component in creating change. I offer psychedelic integration for individuals who are needing support prior to and after a psychedelic (or medicine) journey. Sometimes journeys can be hard and having support to integrate the insights and/or lessons received is essential and just as important as the actual journey.

Why I Became a Therapist

Becoming a therapist was a natural next step in my career journey. After working for many years as a body/energy worker my focus began to shift more toward helping people with trauma. I wanted to feel competent in other forms of therapy so furthered my education and received a MA in clinical mental health. During this time I became aware of how important it was to address my own personal trauma so dove deep into studying somatic trauma focused work as well as nervous system regulation. I now integrate these into my counseling work along with brain-spotting and other modalities. A large part of what calls me to do counseling is my desire to help others feel empowered and help them create the lives they want. I believe that people can have rich and meaningful lives and it is necessary to examine what gets in the way and actively address and change deeply en-grained patterns. Through learning new skills and with sufficient support I can help you create the life you desire.

Techniques I Use


  • Brainspotting External link

    Completed Phase One and Phase Two in 2022 - now a Brain Spotting practitioner. This technique has proven to be as effective as EMDR in treating trauma. It is a client led approach which allows clients to feel more empowered in their process.

  • Hakomi External link

    Attended one year of Comprehensive studies of at the Hakomi Institute (2018) in Portland, OR. The META training covers aspects such as Hakomi (Somatic Mindful Psychotherapy), Attachment, Recreation of the Self.

  • Coaching External link

    Certified Conscious Freedom Coach 2020. This style of coaching works with neuroplasticity to explore how to change deeply held beliefs, feelings and behaviors that are limiting. Through dissecting and understanding patterns, specific tools can be implemented to bring about positive change.

  • Hypnotherapy External link

    Certified Transpersonal Hypnotherapist (2005). This style of hypnotherapy takes into consideration that there is a power/force beyond human knowledge that interacts and engages with the subconscious. Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool to address issues such as anxiety, self-esteem, and limiting beliefs.

  • Mindfulness-based External link

    Studied Mindful Awareness Body-Oriented Therapy (MABT) 2018-2019. MABT is a technique that can be applied when one is experiencing a certain degree of dissocation. Through mindfulness and sustained awareness people can find a sense of self again.

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