Shari Robinson, Ph.D.
Ph.D., West Virginia University
Shari’s areas of professional interest include counseling issues related to diversity and multiculturalism, spirituality/religion, First-Generation college students, Student Veterans, and mentoring people of color. Shari considers herself a social justice change agent working toward equity, inclusion and diversity in all of her professional and personal settings.
Approach to Counseling
Shari would consider herself relational and integrates various theoretical orientations based on the client’s needs and lived experiences.
Involvement in Training Program
Shari can provide clinical supervision to post-doctoral fellows and early career professionals who are working toward licensure. She facilitate intern seminars, co-lead groups with trainees and available for clinical consultation. As a clinical supervisor, it is important to build a level playing field with the trainee that feels collegial, authentic and supportive.
During her free time, Shari loves going to the movies, her favorite movies are Marvel/DC super heroes. Shari considers herself to be a servant leader, she has led mission teams to Haiti and Dominican Republic for the last decade.
If you can't fly, then run, if you can't run, then walk, if you can't walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward
Martin Luther King jr.