Robyn Fitzgerald

Robyn is a spiritual director and retreat giver working in private practice in northern NSW. She draws on the wisdom of the mystics and is especially interested in exploring how they help us participate in, as and with the Beloved in this evolutionary moment.  At a time of climate catastrophe, the global pandemic and economic breakdown of systems that have enabled inequality and discrimination of the marginalised to thrive, she is interested in how we as contemplatives seek to live into unitive consciousness arising in our time  in practicable and radical ways.  Robyn is married with three adult children and lives in northern New South Wales where she spends much time in the bush.  Prior to working in spiritual direction, she worked as a post doctoral fellow exploring the nature of conversation in the areas of children and young people’s wellbeing and in family law more generally.   She holds a Masters degree in spiritual direction, a PhD in law and is a qualified supervisor and giver of the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises.     Robyn is available for spiritual direction and retreat giving face to face and online. Please feel free to contact Robyn at

I offer my respect to the Widjabul People of the Bundjalung Nation, Traditional Custodians and First People of the land on which I live, work and have my being.