MEET THE FACULTY – Robyn Siegel-Hinson
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Toledo
M.A., University of Toledo
B.A., University of Michigan
School: School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences
Office: Counseling Center
Phone: (248) 218.2102
HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS:
- Member, American Psychological Association
- Member, Midwestern Psychological Association
- Member, Psi Chi Honor Society
- Distinguished Faculty Award, Rochester College 2010
- Who’s Who Among American Women, 2008, 2009
- Excellent Extern Award, University of Toledo Medical Center, 1995
- Commendations, Psychology Department, University of Toledo, 1993
- Upper Class Honoree of the College of Arts, Sciences and Letters, University of Michigan, Dearborn, 1992
- Certificate of Recognition In Research, University of Michigan Psi Chi, 1990
PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:
- Director/Owner of Private Practice: Agape Behavioral Services, Taylor, Michigan, 2009 to present
- Director: Campus Counseling Center at Lawrence Technological University, 2006-2008
- Consultant for Counseling Center Development, Lawrence Technological University, 2006
- Director: Agape Counseling Center, Plymouth, Michigan, 2004-2009
- Staff Psychologist: Center for Individual and Family Therapy, 2004-2006
- Staff Psychologist: Advanced Counseling, 2000-2004
- Consultant-Advisor, Downriver Christian Coop/Homeschooling Cooperative, 2010 – present
- Intern, University of Michigan Medical Center and Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Medical Center, 1996-1997
- Neuropsychology/Clinical Psychology Extern, University of Toledo Student Medical Center, 1995-1996
- Committee Member, Healthy Downriver, 1996-1998
- Clinical Psychology Extern, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Allen Park, Michigan, 1994
- Researcher, Lafayette Clinic, 1990-1991
- Probation Officer Intern, Thirty-Second District Court, Romulus, Michigan, 1989-1990
Robyn and her husband, Tony have one son, Rhys. Robyn knew early in life that she wanted to study people: their behaviors, their motivations, and their emotions. Her passion is seeking a greater understanding of behavior at the neuronal level and appreciating how this affects the way we each experience the world. Robyn utilizes this knowledge in creative classroom strategies and in her private practice.
- 2012 Sponsor of student-led research presented at Midwestern Psychological Convention:
- Efficacy of a Work Based Treatment on Reducing Stress Symptoms in Mice
- The Emotional Body: Correlations Between Chinese Medicine and Psychosomatic Ailments
- Multitasking: Myth or Miracle?
- How Stress Affects Mood Disturbance in Adolescents with High/Low Locus of Control
- Assessing the Impact and Understanding of Communication Through Various Mediums
- 2011 Sponsor of student-led research presented at Midwestern Psychological Convention:
- The Effect Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Have on Their Siblings
- The Effect of Art Therapy at Reducing Negative Emotions: A Short Term Study on College Students
- Technology: Friend or Foe? A Study of Face to Face and Computer Mediated Communication
- 2010 Sponsor of student-led research presented at Midwestern Psychological Convention
- “How the Knife changed My Life:” Effects of Bariatric Surgery on Physical Well-Being, Self-Esteem and Quality of Life
- Cognitive Effects of Pleasant, Ambient Aroma Found in Aroma Therapy: How Peppermint and Lavender Aromas Create a Stimulation Environment
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (2002) Hemispheric specialization, spatial activity experience, and sex differences on tests of mental rotation ability. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, January, 2002.
- Elliott, R., Suter, P., Manford, J., Radpour-Markert, L., Siegel-Hinson, R., Layman, C., & Davis, K. (1996). A Process-Experiential Approach to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In Hutterer, Pawlowsky, Schmid and Stipsits (Eds.) Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy: A Paradigm in motion.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (1997). Helpful Aspects of Therapy in an Experiential Intervention on Prejudice, Unpublished Thesis, University of Toledo.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (1995). Evaluation of the Effects of an Experiential Intervention on Prejudice, Society for Psychotherapy Research, Vancouver, British Columbia.
- Suter, P., Elliott, R., Manford, J., Radpour-markert, L., Siegel-Hinson, R., Layman, C., & Davis, K. (1995). Process-Experiential Conceptualization and Treatment of PTSD, Society for Psychotherapy Research, British Columbia.
- Elliott, R., Suter, P., Manford, J., Radpour-markert, L., Siegel-Hinson, R., Layman, C., & Davis, K. (1994). A Process-Experiential Approach to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, 3rd Conference on Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy, Gmunden, Austria.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (1990). Stress, Thrill-Seeking, Tolerance of Deviance and Delinquency Among High School Students, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (1995). Organizational Communication Workshops, Villa North Long-Term Care Facility, Toledo, Ohio.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (2009). How to Ace Any Exam Workshop, Rochester College.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (2007). How to Ace Any Exam Workshop, Lawrence Technological University.
- Siegel-Hinson, R. (1995). Tense and Stressed?: Relaxation Techniques for the College Student, University of Toledo, Student Medical Center.
- Haeffner, J. & Siegel-Hinson, R. (1995). Stress Reduction and the Paraprofessional, Toledo Public School System.
- Siegel-Hinson, R., (1993) Stress and Relaxation Techniques, Teacher’s Workshop, Church of Christ, Allen Park, Michigan.
- Siegel-Hinson, R., (1992) Dealing with Depression, Teachers Workshop, Church of Christ, Allen Park, Michigan.