Ross Robinson, MEd, RCC

Child & Youth Mental Health

Ross Robinson has worked as a child and youth mental health clinician/therapist in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia for the past 20 years. He has training in psychology from the University of Calgary and University of Alberta, in clinical psychology from Simon Fraser University, and has practiced in hospital and community mental health settings in a career that spans 40 years.

Currently, Mr. Robinson divides his professional time between the Youth Day Treatment Program in Coquitlam, British Columbia, a milieu-based, multidisciplinary treatment program for adolescents with severe mental health diagnoses, and the Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre’s ‘Connect’ Parent Group Program, which provides psycho-educational groups for parents/caregivers of youth with conduct problems and complex mental health issues.

Mr. Robinson is also active in wheelchair sports and holds a director position on the board of the BC Wheelchair Sports Association.