Hannah Robins

Hannah Robins is a fourth-year PhD student in the Clinical Psychology program at Suffolk University. Hannah’s past clinical training includes Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related disorders, where she provided cognitive behavioral therapy for patients living with chronic pain and insomnia. In addition, Hannah was a practicum student at the Bedford VA where she provided individual and group therapy, including ACT for Depression and CBT for Substance Use, for veterans in a 100-day residential program. Hannah’s research interests focus on behavioral medicine, particularly chronic pain and illness, biopsychosocial perspectives, and patient-provider communication.