“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”

― Carl R. Rogers

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in California and I have been practicing since 2012.

I have a relaxed and conversational approach where I aim to help you reach your goals. I draw upon my professional experience and formal education, along with my years of practice and study of Buddhist philosophy and Ayurveda; including 6 years living in a Buddhist gompa. My goal is to help you understand more about yourself, your mind, your emotions, your relationships, and the situations in your life while working to apply practical psychological concepts with your own intelligence and mastery.

About Rob Martin, LMFT

A Therapist Dedicated to Your Mental Health and Well-Being

I utilize practical mindfulness to bring awareness to the areas that are holding us back and to find the tools that are available to grow and face those challenging aspects of our lives. I have special inter- ests in working with ADHD, Anxiety, ASD (high functioning), Attach- ment, Coming-of-Age, Depression, Psychosis, Relationship chal- lenges, Trauma, and Grief. In clinical language, I say that I use a person-centered approach and utilize various theoretical lenses that are grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help people focus on making the changes they want to see. I like to educate people about the human mind and help them find the coping skills that work for them, so they can have more agency in finding their own balance. What this means is that I highly value your personal intelligence and rely on you as a teammate in your success. I like to use education, humor, and compassion to make it easier to sift through the good, bad, and the ugly while finding some solutions that work.

My Specialties


Embracing masculinity. Therapy tailored to men's needs, promoting emotional well-being and personal development.


Unlocking your abilities. Comprehensive support for managing ADHD symptoms and maximizing potential.


Reignite hope and joy. Comprehensive therapy to help you overcome depression and embrace life.


Find peace beyond anxiety and OCD. Tailored therapy to guide you towards lasting relief and well-being


Reclaim reality. Specialized therapy for individuals experiencing psychosis to foster stability and recovery.


Reclaim your strength. Overcome trauma and find resilience through dedicated therapy.

Online Therapy / Telehealth

Online Therapy / Telehealth

I offer both Individual and Family Therapy online. I have different time slots available, depending on the support you need. I suggest 75 or 90 minute sessions for family. All billing, paperwork, and meetings will be run through the SimplePractice platform. They provide a secure HIPPA compliant video chat link that will be emailed or texted to you before every session.


Working Hours


Expert Counseling and Therapy Services


Individual Therapy

Experience a greater sense of peace and fulfillment in your personal life with one-on-one counseling.


$180/60 minutes


Parent Coaching

Strengthen your relationship and learn effective communication skills to build a deeper, more loving connection.


$180/60 minutes


Family Therapy

Address and resolve conflicts within your family and build stronger, healthier relationships.


$270/90 minutes


Recommended Books

There is a lot of information out there and it can sometimes be hard to navigate through that jungle. Here is a short list of some recommended books on ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other issues. These books are written by experts to help you understand your situation better and provide practical advice on managing symptoms. Find the book that best suits you and learn how to cope with your challenges.

Need more help?



Let’s talk. Use the contact form or refer to my contact details to initiate a conversation about your well-being.

As a licensed therapist, I can help you cope with mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, ADHD, men’s issues, and parent support. I have experience working with young adults, students, parents, and professionals. Reach out if you need support.


 M-F 3:00 – 8:30pm

Be kind to your mental health

Taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of your physical health. It is important to prioritize your emotional well-being and take steps to manage stress, anxiety, and any other mental health struggles you may face. Some ways you can be kind to your mental health include practicing self-care, seeking support from loved ones or a mental health professional, getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet, and engaging in regular exercise. Remember that it’s okay to not be okay and that seeking help is a sign of strength. By taking care of your mental health, you can live a more fulfilling and happier life.

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