Dr. Margaret Robinson
Dr. Robinson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and taught clinical skills to other helping professionals and clinicians for over 20 years at the University of Georgia. She is putting her wealth of knowledge to good use in private practice.
Dr. Robinson has, over the years, worked in a variety of clinical settings, including public mental health, agency work both in elder care and child protective services, and family services, as well as private clinical practice. At the university, she directed field placements for many years, overseeing undergraduate and graduate student clinical placements in a variety of community settings. She is skilled in individual psychotherapy, group therapy, and family therapy. Her patients include adolescent girls, teenagers, college students, young adults, adults, and the elderly. She utilizes a directive, problem-solving, cognitive-behavioral therapy model of clinical intervention. Her patients notice significant improvement in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in 8-12 sessions. She is also skilled in agency consultation and is an excellent teacher and topical presenter for workshops and other continuing education experiences.
Margaret has been married to her husband for 46 years and they have two grown children and five grandchildren. She is a strong, spirit-filled Christian. The Robinsons are long-time residents of Athens, Georgia.
Dr. Jonathan C. Robinson
Dr. Robinson retired from the practice in August 2016 to pursue a full time career as a Christian Author. You can learn more about his book, Teachable Moments: Building Blocks of Christian Parenting, and purchase it at www.jonathancrobinson.com.