Training Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship and Staff Child Psychiatrist
Lee Robinson attended Washington University in St. Louis for his undergraduate education, and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine for medical school. He completed his general psychiatry residency training at Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute, where he served as chief resident in my final year. Dr. Robinson joined Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) in 2013 for his fellowship training in child & adolescent psychiatry. Since completing his fellowship, he has stayed at CHA, serving in a number of positions. In July 2017, Lee became the Training Director for the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program after serving as the Associate Training Director for the previous year. In this role, he is responsible for the educational mission and administration of our two-year training program that provides didactic teaching, clinical rotations, and supervision for ten child psychiatry fellows each year. His goal as training director is to develop world-class community child psychiatrists, equipped with the knowledge and skills to become clinical and academic leaders in the mental healthcare of children and families. His clinical passion is working with systems of care to support multistressed children and families. For the past three years, he has worked in primary care-behavioral health integration (PCBHI) at CHA, both with children and adults. Lee also developed and lead the Clinic for Healthy Child Development (CHCD), an outpatient service in the Division of Child Psychiatry, which provides evaluation, consultation, and ongoing management for children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
To learn more about Lee’s fellowship project, click here.