Dr. Robbins has over 10 years experience practicing psychotherapy and has extensive experience working with a wide range of personal, interpersonal, professional and mental health issues. Dr. Robbins is committed to helping individuals gain awareness into their habitual thoughts, feelings and behaviors, as well as the psycho-emotional processes that interfere with fulfilling relationships, and living a happy, satisfying, and creative life.

Dr. Robbins works with individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds, and is a clinical psychologist in the broadest sense; he has expertise in a wide array of psychologically oriented services, including psychotherapy, assessment/evaluation, teaching, and research. Dr. Robbins is also an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center where he conducts research on the psychological, neurocognitive, and behavioral aspects of chronic illness and provides clinical supervision to the psychology interns.

Dr. Robbins is a New York State licensed psychologist. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Fordham University. Dr. Robbins completed his American Psychological Association approved internship at the University of Florida, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Psychology Clinic (at Shands Teaching Hospital). He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University in New York City. Prior to earning is doctorate, Dr. Robbins completed a master's degree in contemplative psychotherapy at Naropa University.