Dr. Patricia Robison provides individual and group counseling to FSU students, develops and conducts outreach programs, and provides supervision to unlicensed staff, and pre-doctoral and practicum interns. Her orientation includes interpersonal, humanistic, existential, Jungian, and transpersonal psychological theories. She is also a certified graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing Science. This training alongside insights derived from a desert Vision Quest permits her to incorporate the transpersonal mysteries of soul and spirit into her work with others. She has experienced and witnessed non-ordinary states of consciousness, including spiritual awakenings and existential crises and is adept at exploring and understanding such experiences without discounting or pathologizing them. She identifies with those who say they are “spiritual but not religious” and embraces the new movement of interspirituality that includes esoteric contemplative traditions across all world religions, East and West. Her spiritual mentors have included Buddhists, Native Americans and Christians. Her professional interest areas include personal/spiritual growth and development, Jungian dream analysis, existential concerns, women's issues, LGBTQ issues, the management of stress, depression, and anxiety, and the overall improvement of one’s psychological and spiritual well-being.