Dr. Tricia Robinson
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Robinson graduated in 2016 with a doctoral degree from George Washington University, Washington, D.C. in Clinical Psychology and in 2000 with a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She finds passion in seeing positive change in people’s lives. Her belief is that through self-awareness, people can alter their behavior. By understanding past and present behaviors, she helps people find success, peace and joy. Experienced with seeing clients in hospital settings, as well as outpatient clinics, she has grown to understand and meet the needs of people with long-term mental health disorders, as well as short-term situational concerns. With a genuine relationship as a foundation, she will collaborate with you to examine relational dynamics, unresolved conflict, needs, desires, and behaviors. Dr. Robinson specializes in people 16 years and older. She has expertise in working with military personnel and their families, especially treating trauma and PTSD. Being a soldier herself, for many years, she understands the challenges of the military lifestyle and the physical, social and emotional toll it can take on a person and family.