Get to Know Me
and Calming Communities
Robyn D Rausch
MA, LPC-S, RPT-S
As a play therapist, I am here to help you be the parent or teacher you dreamed of being. To bring more laughing and less fighting to your most difficult moments with kids. My training and experience as a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor can provide you all the tools you need to make those dreams a reality.
I have a Master's Degree in Counseling as well as hundreds of hours of training as a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. I have also obtained my Registered Play Therapist Supervisor credential which required many more years of training and experience. These credentials in addition to my years of experience working with children, families, and school allow me to give you the tools you need to be a calm, consistent, connected, confident parent or teacher in your child's life.
Connection, Regulation, and Play
"Parenting is the easiest thing in the world to have an opinion about, but the hardest thing in the world to do."- Matt Walsh, Actor and Comedian
Parenting is made even harder by the fact that we simply don't have access to the neurobiology and child development research that we need to know how influence our child's well being. At Calming Communities, we teach you and your children the skills that decades of research has brought to light. Knowing how your child's brain and body develops is all it takes to get rid of the constant battles over shoes, homework, bedtime and much more.
Vision and Mission
We will guide our parents, teachers and communities to the science and community resources who need to create calming communities of confident and connected adults that raise happier, healthier, and more successful children together.
Guide parents and teachers to be more confident and connected in their relationship with kids.
Guide parents and teachers to develop relationships with children with experience more laughter and positive moments and less conflict with easier resolutions.
Promote community access to neuroscience and regulation research about child development.
Advocate for legislative change that reflects our community’s scientific knowledge about our children’s needs related to safety, education, and well-being.