Healing Sessions with Robinette Kennedy

​​​If you are looking for a traditional psychotherapist, please let me know, and I will be glad to refer you. I have an eclectic background in the healing arts, and I use a variety of "tools." These processes are designed to strengthen someone's natural ability to recognize and trust their own sources of divine guidance, engage their visions and empower their relationship with their life purpose.​​If you and I decide to work together, our joint intention will be to work as equals, co-healing partners who share responsibility for the outcome. The focus will be on restoring the free flow of your life force. 

Typically, so much happens in a two-hour session that the issue we addressed is resolved. It usually takes about two weeks to fully integrate the experience and the changes in your life.

You decide if you want to book another session. Clients typically see me when they recognize their need, not on any particular schedule. I also work by Facetime or Zoom.

As the weather warms up, I may be available to meet in my

forest "office" in Clayton, (Rabun County) Georgia. We are about 100 miles northeast of metro Atlanta, 82 miles from Athens, Ga. and 90 miles southwest of Asheville, North Carolina.
Phone: (706) 746-5485. info@robinettekennedy.com


Robinette Kennedy has remarkable gifts that come together in her shamanic workshops and

her private consultations to co-create healing in meaningful, unexpected and long-lasting ways.

These gifts include keen intuition and a profound connection with spiritual realms and nature.

Add these gifts to her years of clinical and anthropological expertise, and the result is an experience like no other.

Having participated in a workshop and several consultations,

I recommend Robinette

without reservation.

The healing I experienced was what I'd been looking for in psychotherapy for years, 

without success.

I've been able to stop psychotherapy altogether, and I credit Robinette's guidance and partnership for

this extraordinary outcome.
                                                                       Gail Parent,

                               San Francisco