Robertson Psychotherapy & Mentorship

My Practice

The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind.
— William James, Philosopher & Psychologist

Mission Statement

At Robertson Psychotherapy and Mentorship, my goal is to put my client's needs before my own, to never judge one's mistakes or choices, and to treat clients with empathy, equality, kindness, honesty, and loyalty.  You are not just a client here.


my clients are the most important and most powerful voices in their treatment at Robertson Psychotherapy & Mentorship.

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Welcome to Robertson Psychotherapy and Mentorship, conveniently located in two locations: North Phoenix and North Scottsdale! Here, psychotherapy is more than just treatment--it's a path to building a future filled with all of your capabilities.  My mission is to help clients accomplish all of their spiritual, emotional, physical, educational, and psychological goals in a compassionate and efficient way.

We aim to educate our patients in a safe environment while offering them necessary comprehensive care. We understand that many people have anxiety about seeking help, so I have created a soothing environment and a flexible scheduling system where I will always be available. By combining our sliding scale payment rates without involving insurance, we give our patients the best care in the area. Your counselor and yourself will be in control of your treatment, and no one else can determine whether or not your treatment will affect your insurance eligibility. Your privacy will never be violated.

Meet the owner...




Ashley D. R. Roth, 2017

Mrs. Ashley Roth was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri but currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Her interest in psychotherapy began as a young child, by knowing she wanted to help others, just didn't know in what format. She was fascinated by how the human mind worked and why people behave the way they do. In addition, her unique family upbringing caused her to better understand others' pain and traumas. In 2008, Ashley graduated from Washington State University. In 2011, she graduated with her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology in Orange County. She specializes in anxiety disorders, LGBTQ therapy, offenders, depression, and several other mental health illnesses. During her spare time, she spends time with her family, reads, cooks, bakes, plays football, and loves watching her beloved Kansas City Chiefs.