After graduating from Jacksonville University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Robin started working with the Youth Advocate Program as a mentor and a Behavioral Assistant. She later attended Monmouth University and received a Master’s of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling. While attending graduate school, her internships included AtlantiCare’s Acute Partial Care Program as well as in-home therapy work. Robin has experience facilitating groups related to stress management, anger management, illness education and relaxation. She then chose to pursue her passion to work with children by joining CHOP’s Intensive Emotional and Behavioral Program as a Clinical Specialist. Robin led behavioral management interventions, tracked data, ran social skills groups, and worked with individual children as they mastered new skills (conflict resolution, problem-solving, impulse control).