Robin Slavin, LMHC


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Are you waiting to feel more satisfied with life?
Do you have things to talk about but are afraid you’ll be judged?
Are you drinking and using drugs to cope and can’t imagine life without it?
Do you and your partner have the same argument over and over?


I am a licensed Clinical Therapist in the state of Massachusetts. My practice is located in Chicopee.

There may be new ways to look at what’s bothering you. I can help you grow to feel like you have more power and choices to live your life the way you want. My office is a judgment free zone for LGBTQ people, and others who are marginalized. I want new and current clients to know that I fully support the Black Lives Matter movement. I am committed to be a resource for other white people in learning how to become anti-racist while I also learn. You are welcome to discuss these issues in therapy, no matter where you are on your journey to address systemic racism. Click Resources to learn how to educate yourself and take action. I offer unconditional support as you claim your truth as only you know it and everyone’s story is meaningful. If it’s about substance use, there are reasons you are drinking and/or using drugs. We can explore that and talk about how you can stop the downward spiral and take the first steps toward reclaiming your life. I help couples dismantle the cycle of hurt, start to feel heard, become closer, and form a deeper connection. Together we can come up with some ideas to try that could help you feel like you have the ability and resources to reach your goals.

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Go HERE to book an appointment. 

Let’s arrange a time to chat for fifteen minutes (free, of course) and see what happens!

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Please, if you are in crisis, go to your closest hospital emergency room
or call 911. 

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Recent Posts

How to Stop Work From Working Your Last Nerve

Many people come to therapy feeling overwhelmed and overworked. What is often being neglected is a self-care routine that can build resilience, reduce anxiety, and increase calm, making life in general more satisfying and enjoyable. This article outlines all the details:

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Whether you hunkering down at home, or showing up at your job, work can be a big contributor to life stress. Here’s help.

By Gary McClain

MAY 05 2021 7:24 PM EDT

So here’s how the cycle works:

A hard day at work. You hit traffic on the way in. The boss is in a bad mood. A co-worker is out sick and you have to pick up the slack. Customers are acting like customers and being especially difficult. Under pressure, you crank out a rush job. And you make an error.

The result? You guessed it! Stress.

And what didn’t happen that day?


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