Rebecca Volino Robinson, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist, holds a doctoral degree in Clinical-Community Psychology, with a Rural and Indigenous Emphasis, from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Her professional background includes research with international refugees and individuals who experience homelessness in the American context. She has worked with a variety of community organizations to improve service delivery to these populations and has peer-reviewed publications in these areas. Dr. Robinson is currently employed by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium where she provides consultation to specialty medical clinics, direct clinical service to rural Tribal Health Organizations, and education through faculty appointments with the HRSA-funded AIDS Education and Training Center and the Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium. Dr. Robinson has extensive experience working with adults and communities with histories of complex trauma and problems associated with this history including substance misuse, infectious, and chronic disease. She is experienced in trauma-informed program development, implementation, and evaluation and identifies as an Acceptance and Commitment therapist. Dr. Robinson is an advocate for work-life balance. When she is not working, you can find her spending time with family and friends, hiking in the Chugach Mountains, or at home reading a book.