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Robin D. Stone

Robin D. Stone, LMHC, a psychotherapist at Positive Psychology Associates in New York City, helps couples and individuals overcome challenges and reach their life goals. Stone engages the arts and other modalities to support clients in processing trauma, grief and loss, and change. The author of No Secrets, No Lies: How Black Families Can Heal from Sexual Abuse, she is currently developing a book on Black women and resilience. 
Robin D. Stone's Articles
, January 14, 2021
New research: The emotions of 2020 transformed how we eat. If you want to release pain and pounds, a health coach has the tips you need to succeed.
, December 29, 2020
You've heard that saying: ‘What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.’ Psychologists call that post-traumatic growth. Building 5 simple habits can help us reclaim health and joy.
, October 23, 2020
Microaggressions and injustice can weigh us down emotionally, making it more difficult to shed pounds. A health coach and therapist helps us lighten the load and heal our bodies.
, September 11, 2020
The label is weaponized to silence voices, subdue actions and spear credibility. Here’s how we can reject the stereotype and harness anger’s power for positive change.
, July 17, 2020
Feeling irritable, anxious, sleep-deprived, foggy or sad? Your sister circle may not be enough for these trying times. Maybe you should talk to someone.
, July 2, 2020
Don’t let the expanding consciousness of white folks make you feel obligated to share your feelings.
, May 22, 2020
COVID-19 has a lot of us in our feelings, and that’s OK. A counselor discusses healthy ways to process your emotions, allow yourself to grieve and feel good again.
, May 8, 2020
The stress we’re all under can feel like a third person in your relationship. Here are ways to relax and enjoy renewed intimacy.
, October 5, 2018
Being plugged in to what’s happening is important. But a constant flow of alarming headlines can cause anxiety. A therapist shares how we can stay informed without becoming overwhelmed.
, August 10, 2018
Here’s why they’re way better than brunch.