Marshall Robinson, Ph.D.
Dr. Robinson has been in the field of mental health for over twenty years. He has worked extensively with people who are grappling with medical diagnoses, PTSD, trauma, depression, anxiety, and major life changes.
Dr. Robinson earned his undergraduate degree, with Honors, from Brown University. He also earned a Master's Degree in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California, and then a second Master's Degree and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rhode Island.
He trained at a Harvard Medical School/VA program in Boston, and completed his Postdoctoral year in a private Pediatric Neuropsychology clinic. Dr. Robinson had a successful psychology practice in Providence, RI and was for one year a Clinical Instructor at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University,
Dr. Robinson worked as a civilian doctor for the U.S. Military in Germany for over six years. His final post at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) was as Interim Director for Psychological Assessment & Neuropsychology. Prior to that position, he worked for five years in the Outpatient Behavioral Health Department of LRMC treating active-duty military, veterans, and their families.
Dr. Robinson authored three mental health treatment books for the Betty Ford Foundation/Hazelden Publishing in 2021 as part of"The Mental and Emotional Health Complete Series." He wrote: "Depression," "Anxiety," and "Grief," and he co-authored the "Facilitator Guide" for the Series.
Dr. Robinson is a Medical Service Corps Officer in the US Army Reserve. He lives with his wife and two children in Southern Maine.