Matthew A. Robinson, PhD
Dr. Robinson is currently a full time Staff Psychologist at McLean Hospital and Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He provides outpatient clinical services for trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) within the LEADER (Law Enforcement, Active Duty, Emergency Responder) program.
Dr. Robinson earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. His research and clinical work focused on the health and well-being of marginalized populations including individuals of color, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals, and individuals with multiple marginalized identities. Dr. Robinson completed his Predoctoral Internship at VA New York Harbor Healthcare System, Manhattan Campus where his training included rotations in PTSD, Inpatient Psychiatry, Health Psychology, as well as Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment. Dr. Robinson completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship at VA Boston Healthcare System where he served as the LGBT Healthcare Fellow. He gained further specialization it treatment of PTSD, couple's therapy for PTSD, LGBT Healthcare, and DBT for emotion dysregulation, interpersonal concerns, managing acute distress, suicidality, and self-harm.
Dr. Robinson is currently working on research projects with a focus on mental health stigma among first responders, trauma treatment and recovery among first responders and active duty service members, and trauma-informed care for those struggling with trauma and dissociative disorders. He is also engaged in research focusing on the health and well-being of LGBT individuals and families.
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