Robyn Livingston


Robin Livingston Registered Social Worker Scattergram Team
Robin Livingston Registered Social Worker Scattergram Team

Registered Social Worker / Group Facilitator


Ontario, Canada



Clients Served

  • Youth, Teens and Young adults (Ages 12 – 29)
  • Support Groups
  • Organizations 

My Story

I am a Registered Social Worker who works with youth, ages 12 to 29, and their families, using a queer and neurodiversity-affirming framework. Being trans, queer, and neurodivergent myself, I am passionate about the ways our various identities intersect and strive to work with others to recognize, navigate, and dismantle the unique barriers we face. Through my education and personal experience, I hope to create a therapeutic environment where all feel welcome, valued, and encouraged to be their authentic selves.

About Me

I am a Registered Social Worker with a minor in Women and Gender Studies from the University of Windsor. I also have experience working as a transmasculine peer mentor for a trans-affirming organization in Windsor, Ontario. Over the past four years, both through my education, experience, and personal life I quickly came to realize the gap in affirming mental health care that exists for trans, queer, and neurodivergent folks. Now I strive to be a part of the solution, offering mental health care that recognizes the unique intersections of our identities. I believe that queer and neurodivergent folks deserve to have access to a space where they not only feel safe to explore and celebrate who they are, but also have the opportunity to explore their mental health needs regardless of their connection (or lack thereof) to their identity.

For this reason, in my practice I pull from a strength-based and ecological systems based approach, through a neurodivergent and queer-affirming lens, to work alongside and empower those in the community as they work towards navigating the systems and structures in our society that were not built with us in mind.

I serve these communities
  • Trans [Informed]
  • Student
  • Young Adults transitioning from school to college or college to work
  • Parents of Youth and Young Adults
I can help with
  • Bullying
  • Debilitating Fear
  • Discrimination/lack of acceptance
  • Fear for my safety
  • Internalize transphobia
  • Isolation
  • Loneliness
  • Not fitting in
  • Not liking my Body
  • Self acceptance
  • Self advocacy and communication skills
  • Self esteem
  • Social anxiety
  • Unaccepting family
  • Unhealthy relationships with food
I am trained in

All Scattergram team members are trained in the A.C.C.E.P.T. Program™ and use modified Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Trauma-Informed, Intersectional, LGBTQ2SI+-Affirming, and Strengths-Based approaches, and, of course, the ACCEPT Modality. And each therapist also has their own skills, professional expertise, and experience.

  • Emotion-Focused Therapy

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Session times vary according to the type of session you are attending.


Individuals - $120 per 50 minute session

Payment can be made by credit card and eTransfer. Regardless of how payment is made, a credit card is required on file.

Free Consultation

Book a free 20 minute online consult with our Care Coordinator to discuss how we can work together to meet your goals.

The Practice

This practice is a virtual practice. At present, all sessions take place online. The platform we use is called Jane, a practice management system designed by and for Canadian health and mental health professionals.

Registration Details

#849571 Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW)

Insurance Coverage

Registered practitioners’ fees may be covered by Extended Health Insurance Plans. Check with your provider.

Cancellation Policy

Without 48 hours advance notice for appointment cancellations, the full session fee will be billed.

Get Connected

Book a Free Consultation

Before connecting you with Robyn, we would like to invite you for a free twenty-minute consultation with our Client Care Coordinator.

The consultation is not a therapy session. It’s a chance for you to ask any questions you may have about us and for us to make sure you are in the best possible hands.

Therapy is all about the right fit. We are sure you’ll find the right fit with us, where neurodivergence is normal.


“Tune up” your Nervous System

“Tune up” your Nervous System

The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) is a listening therapy designed to ‘tune up’ your nervous system, helping it stay calm and not react unnecessarily. Just five hours of specially designed music over five weeks is all it takes.

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Why are transitions so hard?

Why are transitions so hard?

Whether you’re a neurodivergent parent or a child or young adult, transitions like the end of the school year can disrupt your well-oiled schoolyear...

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Types of Therapy

Types of Therapy

Types of Therapy & Modalities common to our therapists defined: DBT, CBT, Mindfulness, Trauma-informed and of course the A.C.C.E.P.T Program™.

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