Robin is an LPC . She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Emporia State University in 1992 and her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Webster University in Kansas City, MO in 1997. She worked for 13 years helping others overcome addictions, working with persons with disabilities and individuals with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, traumatic life experiences as well as helping with daily life struggles.


Robin was fully licensed as an LPC in Texas in 2004. In 2006 she gave birth to her only child and chose to move from Texas to her home state of Kansas where her family has a small farm. She worked on the farm helping her family as well as raising her child as a single mom and working with her cattle. But she always missed helping others to grow and become the best they can be. She moved back to Texas in August 2019 and became licensed in June 2020.


She has always believed that everyone needs help and support. She has worked with children, adolescents and adults helping them to improve their own lives and find peace and happiness. When she is not working you can find her reading, playing with her dog or helping her daughter with her latest artistic project. Robin looks forward to being a part of a person's journey to living their life to the fullest.

Robin Fritz

LPC

Counseling4Life, LLC, Texas

North Central

San Antonio Office

16607 Blanco Rd,

Ste 1404, San Antonio,

TX. 78232

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11153 Westwood Loop,

Suite 117, San Antonio,

TX. 78253

Victoria

303 E. Airline Rd,

Ste 2, Victoria, TX 77901

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