On-Campus Clinical psychologist
Hill-Murray is currently the only Catholic school in Minnesota with a Clinical Psychologist on staff who will provide a medical diagnosis for children with learning differences. In addition, she will provide professional support to the Hill-Murray community regarding mental health.
We are proud to welcome Dr. Julie Robinson, Ph.D., L.P. as our new on-campus Clinical Psychologist.
Dr. Robinson will be available to consult with both Hill-Murray families as well as families in the broader community by appointment only. If your family is interested in meeting, please click the button below.
About Dr. Robinson
Dr. Julie Robinson, Ph.D., L.P. is a Clinical Child Psychologist with specialized training in pediatric neuropsychology. She received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Iowa in 1993. She completed a pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology at the University of Florida in 1993, and a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the University of Minnesota-Pediatric Neurology department.
Dr. Robinson worked for more than 20 years at Children’s Hospital and Clinics-Minnesota in providing neuropsychological assessments and psychotherapy to children and adolescents presenting with a variety of neurological, learning, psychiatric and behavioral concerns. Presenting issues ranged from learning disabilities/differences and ADHD, anxiety/depression to more significant psychiatric and medical issues, such as head injuries, Type 1 diabetes, and thought disorders.
- What are the tests like?
- How do I decide what level of testing is appropriate for my child?
- What is a Learning Disability?
- What is Dyslexia?
- What are the differences between psychoeducational, psychological and neuropsychological assessments?
- Do You Provide Any Ongoing Intervention or Follow-Up Care?
- Do you accept insurance?