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Estero, FL
Posted:
August 30, 2022

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Amy L. Robinson, Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist

ADDRESS: ***** ****** *** ******

Estero, FL. 33928

adsc3j@r.postjobfree.com

847-***-****

LICENSURE:

****-**** ******** ******** ************ License #71-2846

2017-Present Licensed Clinical Psychologist Florida #PY9875

1982-2020 Member, National Register of Health Service

Providers in Psychology, #31782

Certificate of Professional Qualification (CPQ) # 3707

Issued by the Association of State & Provincial Psychology Boards

CPQ is recognized in 34 U.S. states as a reciprocal license.

EDUCATION:

Psy.D. 1976-1980, University of Denver, School of Professional

Psychology, Denver, Colorado. A.P.A. Approved Program

in Clinical Psychology.

1975-1976, Boston University, Graduate School of

Arts & Sciences, Boston, Massachusetts.

Special Graduate Student: Psychology.

B.A. 1969-1972, Boston University, College of Liberal Arts,

Boston, Massachusetts. Major: Psychology.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE:

2018-2019 Independent Contractor for Avid Intellectual in Ft. Myers, providing

Social Security Disability Evaluations of adults and children as well

as supervising the work of unlicensed professionals.

2017-2018 Independent Contractor for the IMA group evaluating Mental Health and

PTSD claims for the VA throughout Florida.

2006-2016 Developed a group composed of Legal, Psychological and

Financial Professionals practicing Mediation and Collaborative

Law: www.creativeresolution.us Successfully collaborated on the

resolution of over fifty divorces.

1989-2016 Director of CREATIVE CHANGE, a group private practice in

Park Ridge, IL. and Elgin, IL. which specialized in trauma, family

and marital counseling, mood disorders and addictions:

www.creativechange.us. Led a group of psychologists and social

workers who provided psychological services to a broad spectrum of

ages and issues. Provided supervision, training, and oversight

of clinical and office staff as well as direct service.

1993-2016 As the primary contractor, provided the full panel of Employee Assistance Program resources to a manufacturing corporation in Elgin, IL. This company had a diverse multicultural and multilingual population.

1983-1989Individual private practice in Park Ridge/Des Plaines, Il.

1981-1982 Director of the Developmental Disabilities Unit at Mile Square

Mental Health Center, Chicago, IL.

1980-1981 Staff Psychologist in the Children’s Unit at Mile Square Mental

Health Center, Chicago, IL.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS / AFFILIATIONS / ELECTED POSITIONS:

2017 Disaster Mental Health volunteer for the Red Cross in Estero, Fl.

following Hurricane Irma

2015-2016 Founded the Barrington, IL. Chapter of Amnesty International

2015-2016 Area Representative to the Illinois Psychological Association

(IPA) Council of Representatives

2010-2016 Leader, Barrington Practice Group, of the Collaborative Law

Institute of Illinois (CLII)

2013-2014 Barrington Practice Group Rep. to CLII Board of Directors

2013-2014 V.P. of Mental Health, CLII Board of Directors

2012-2013 Treasurer, Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois

2011-2012 Co-President, Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois

2010-2011 Member of the Board, Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois

2007-2016 Fellow, Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and the

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals

2006-2016 Member, Association for Conflict Resolution, Chicago Chapter

1982-2017 Member, Illinois Psychological Association

1978-2011 Member, American Psychological Association

1986-1989 Secretary, Illinois Psychological Association, Member of the

Executive Committee and Council of Representatives

1977-1978 President of the Class, School of Professional Psychology,

University of Denver

1974-1975Member, Board of Directors, Neighborhood Family Care Center,

Cambridge, Massachusetts

PUBLICATIONS:

Robinson, A., (2012). Psychologists in Dispute Resolution: Being

Part of a Revolution! In C. E. Stout (Ed.), Getting Better at Private

Practice (pp.332-345). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Robinson, A., Heaton, R. Lehman, R. & Stilson, D. (1980). The

Utility of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test in Detecting and

Localizing Frontal Lobe Lesions. Journal of Consulting and

Clinical Psychology, 48 (5), 605-614.

Chelune, G., Heaton, R., Lehman, R. & Robinson, A. (1979).

Level Versus Pattern of Neuropsychological Performance Among

Schizophrenic and Diffusely Brain-Damaged Patients. Journal of

Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 47 (1), 155-163.

REFERENCES:

Beth Rom-Rymer, Ph.D. 180 East Pearson St., Apt. 3605, Chicago, IL. 60611

Email:adsc3j@r.postjobfree.com

Joseph Rosenfeld, Psy.D. 1595 Weld Rd., Elgin, IL. 60123

Email:adsc3j@r.postjobfree.com

Charlene M. Smith, Psy.D. 10150 Longview Dr., Littleton, CO. 80123

Email: adsc3j@r.postjobfree.com



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