BA, University of Toledo // M.Ed, University of Toledo // Ed.S, in School Psychology, University of Toledo
Robyn Coleman is a Board Licensed School Psychologist, Nationally Certified School Psychologist and the Assessment Director at the Cincinnati Anxiety Center. She specializes in neuropsychological and diagnostic assessment of preschoolers, children, adolescents, and adults. Robyn graduated from the University of Toledo in 2012 with a Masters and Education Specialist Degree in School Psychology. Robyn has held a number of positions in a wide range of settings in Florida, Nevada, and Ohio.
Robyn’s expertise includes evaluating and treating persons affected by learning disorders including dyslexia, nonverbal learning disability, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, hearing impairments, vision impairments, and emotional and behavioral differences. As part of the evaluation process, Ms.Coleman frequently consults with teachers, related service providers, and families to support the implementation of academic and behavioral recommendations. Additionally, with her knowledge of special education law, she is frequently consulted regarding appropriate practice and can provide a realistic expectation of what to expect and advocate for in regards to your child’s specific needs within the school system. She guides families and individuals through the process of obtaining supportive services and applying for academic accommodations including Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and 504 meeting attendance.
In addition to providing language and culture support to schools around the greater Cincinnati region, Robyn has provided behavior intervention via Pax Tools (trauma based tool), academic intervention, and crisis training to schools. Robyn also is a regular lecture specialist to both the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University regarding her mastery in psychological knowledge. She routinely participates in both universities' dissertations and master's thesis committees. While in the school based settings, she works constantly with developing, implementing, and working within school based multiple tiered systems of support. Robyn has extensive experience working within large district problem solving teams and managing problem solving within school based teams.
Robyn belongs to the National Association of School Psychologists, International Dyslexia Association, The Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. She has presented at state and national conferences on topics ranging from math fact performance correlations with standardized test performance and how to appropriately implement positive behavior support in schools, particularly in regard to sensitive populations such as English Learners and immigrants.
"I first became interested in the field of psychology without really knowing by growing up with a sibling who was diagnosed very late with autism. It upset me deeply knowing that she didn’t get the resources and support she needed to be successful until much later in her life and I saw how she struggled. I started doing research in undergrad with a developmental psychology professor, reading literature, and exploring everything I could to help figure out how to help my sister. From that point, it became my passion and expanded to graduate school and a career of wanting to support and help those going through differences and difficulties of their own or with someone they love. In my free time, I enjoys spending time with family, traveling, exercising, and trying new restaurants. I am excited to be a part of the team at the Cincinnati Anxiety Center and await your visit!"