- Coping Skills
- Family Problems
- Pediatric Psychosocial Issues
- Psychosocial Issues Related to Chronic Disease (General)
- Food Allergy
- Project C.H.A.N.G.E.
Education & Training
- Drake University (Des Moines, IA), MA
- Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH), PhD
- Children’s Mercy Hospital (Kansas City, MO), Pediatric Psychology
- Case Western Reserve University, Department of Pediatrics
- University of Colorado Denver, Developmental Psychobiology Research Group
Pediatric psychology with an emphasis on children and families living with chronic illness. Focus on children with anxiety, depression and issues of medical compliance.
My specific interests are in the area of childhood anxiety and the interface with chronic illnesses. This includes, but is not limited to asthma, environmental allergies, atopic dermatitis, vocal cord dysfunction and food allergies.
Psychologist Examiners Board: Licensed Psychologist
Affiliations with the University of Colorado Denver
Society of Pediatric Psychology; American Psychological Association
Robinson, J.R., Bender, B, Kelsay, K (2008). Psychological sequella in pediatric asthma: Identification and Intervention. In Castro & Kraft (Eds). Clinical Asthma. Elsevier: New York
Klinnert, M.D., Robinson, J.R. Addressing the psychological needs of families of food-allergic children. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2008; 8 (3): 195-200
Drotar, D. Robinson, J.R., Jeavons, L., Kirchner (2008). A randomized, controlled evaluation of early intervention: the Born to learn curriculum. Child: care, health and developmet. 35 (5), 643-649.
Robinson, J.R. (2002). Attachment Problems and Disorders in Infants and Young Children: Identification, Assessment, and Intervention. Infants and Young Children, 14:4.
Robinson, J.R., Drotart, D., Boutry, M. (2001). Problem-solving abilities among mothers of infants with failure to thrive. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 26(1), 21-32.
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