Robyn Fontanet

Mental Health Therapist
Orem, Utah
5 years of experience
About me

I started my journey as a Reiki Therapist over ten years ago. After some personal trauma in my life in 2017 I started learning therapy specific to survivors of abuse. In 2020 I became a doula, but took my last birth in 2022 to focus on my education as a nurse. My goal is to become a trauma-informed midwife helping women and survivors have honored births.

Certification and training

Reiki Master Teacher (2014)

CranioSacral Therapy (2020)

Trauma-informed Doula training (2020)

Memberships and affiliations

Utah Doula Association

Anxiety and Depression Birth Doula Birth Support Birth Trauma Childbirth Education Evidence-Based Care Home Birth Labor Doula LGBTQ+ Massage Mindfulness Natural Birth Natural Childbirth Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Relaxation Techniques Self-Compassion Self-Esteem Spirituality Stress Management Support during Labor, Birth, and Postpartum Trauma Recovery


Service introduction

I specialize in helping pregnant survivors process past trauma and prepare for birth and parenthood with Reiki and CST. I also provide some postpartum care to make sure you and baby are alright

Virtual Reiki
A guided Reiki Meditation over the phone
USD Per hour
CST & Reiki
I will come to your home and combine CranioSacral Therapy with Reiki to help you relax and reduce stress. If you live outside of Utah County there is an additional travel fee.
USD Per hour
Ratings and reviews
# of Reviews

Robyn has been a God-send for us. More effective than our doctors have been and more proactively helpful than a therapist. I have recommended her to several friends, even my close friends.

- Jessica H.


Robyn is an awesome Reiki Practitioner. I've had a couple sessions with her, and she definitely has a peaceful way of working. I felt revitalized and more at peace after our sessions, and would recommend her to anyone seeking energy work.

- David E.

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