Edward (Mike) H. Robinson, Ph.D.
Department of Child, Family, and Community Sciences
Office: ED 322 S
After completing his early education in the public school of Bel Air, Maryland, he attended Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia where he received a BA degree in Social Studies Education. After teaching high school for two years at Aberdeen High in Aberdeen, Maryland, he received an M. Ed. in Secondary Education with a concentration in counseling from Johns Hopkins University. In 1976 he received his Ph.D. from Duke University in counseling and school psychology and was certified by the state at the doctorate level in both areas. During his program at Duke he taught Educational Psychology and later supervised school psychology interns. After graduation he served as Director of Pupil Services for the Alamance County Schools in North Carolina, where he had direct supervision over the Psychological Services Division and was responsible for the counseling and exceptional children programs. He has been a Counselor Educator at Marquette University, the University of South Carolina and is currently a professor at UCF. His publications include a number of books and chapters including Helping Children Cope with Fear and Stress and over 40 refereed manuscripts. Professional memberships include ACA, ASERVIC, AHEAD, ACES and NASP.