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My Story

Robin Tate M.A., M.S., BCC, ACC, CAS

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Welcome! I am complimented by your interest in my work and excited to share more about myself. Credentials aside, I am married with two beautiful children who impress me daily. I truly enjoy watching and consulting as they develop their strengths and work toward finding their unique purpose. In my spare time, you will find me "nerding out" on documentaries/podcasts/books, taking long walks, traveling, checking off items on my bucket list (ex, ziplining), cuddling with my two pups, and spending time with family/friends.


People are often surprised to learn that at 30 years old, I discovered and was formally diagnosed with having an ADHD brain. Learning about my ADHD resulted in relief, a sense of community, and a deeper understanding of myself. I am in genuine awe of how my lived experience, matched with my professional knowledge, is continually used to help clients discover their neurotype and reach goals in the confidence that they are perfectly made.


Professionally, I am a trained coach with ten years of teaching experience. As a Neurodivergent woman, I have a lifetime of personal and professional experiences with Autistic/ADHD/AuDHD adults and neurodiverse relationships. I have earned a Master of Arts in Counseling (Biblical Theological Seminary) and a Master of Science in Reading (Gwynedd Mercy College). I am credentialed as a Board Certified Coach (BCC), Associate Certified Coach (ACC), and Certified Autism Specialist (CAS). With a focus on Autistic individuals and their relationships, I trained with The Association for Autism & Neurodiversity (AANE). I hold AANE certifications as an "AsperCoach" and a Neurodiverse Couples Coach. I am a UCLA PEERS "Certified Young Adult Provider." I have also trained with JST Coaching Training, The Professional Christian Coaching Institute (PCCI), and The International Association of Neurodiverse Christian Couples. I have completed Gottman Level 1 and 2 training. My coaching approach is trauma-informed, strength-based, and person-centered. I am passionate about helping couples build safe, inclusive homes where each person can be authentic and grow to reach their unique life and couple's goals. It's a privilege to help my high-achieving Neurodivergent clients accommodate and break through their obstacles. 


Life's too short to be unhappy, unsure, or unfulfilled. I am here to help my clients co-create goals, build awareness, and develop the tools (executive function, communication, regulation, etc.) necessary to achieve success. I look forward to helping you learn and create better ways to handle the challenges standing in your way.

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