Children's Hospital Colorado
Robin Gabriels, PsyD, MA
Neuroscience

Robin Gabriels, PsyD, MA

Program Director, Neuropsychiatric Special care

Conditions:
Pediatric Diseases and Conditions
conditions:

Pediatric Diseases and Conditions

Meet Robin Gabriels, PsyD, MA

I strive to provide the best care for my patients. I believe in treating the child as a whole, taking every aspect of a patient's life and health into consideration during diagnosis and treatment.

Get to know her background

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and an Associate professor in the departments of psychiatry and pediatrics at the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center. I am the founder and Program Director of the Neuropsychiatric Special Care program, a crisis assessment and intervention day treatment and inpatient unit for children with developmental disabilities (ages 4 to 17) with co-morbid conditions (medical and/or psychiatric) at the Children's Hospital. I have over 25 years of experience assessing and treating a variety of child, adolescent, and adult populations, has written articles and book chapters in the fields of autism, asthma, and art therapy, and have lectured and conducted workshops on autism spectrum disorders, both nationally and internationally. I have published two edited books, Autism: From Research to Individualized Practice, (2002) Jessica Kingsley Publishers and Growing Up with Autism: Working with School-Age Children and Adolescents (2007) Guilford Press.

Fellowship 1900

University of Colorado, Psychology

Undergraduate 1983

University of Northern Colorado (CO)

Graduate 1985

Norwich University

Internship 1997

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Program (Public Health)

Graduate 1997

University of Denver

Fellowship 1998

University of Colorado, Psychology

2013 Masters Program Scholar 2013

University of Denver

For Patients:
My research interests are primarily focused on evaluating autism treatment outcomes to improve medical procedures community and hospital-based care for individuals on the autism spectrum. I currently have an R01 NIH grant under the National Institute of Nursing Research studying the effects of therapeutic horseback riding on children with autism.
For Referring Providers:
My research interests are primarily focused on evaluating autism treatment outcomes to improve medical procedures community and hospital-based care for individuals on the autism spectrum. I currently have an R01 NIH grant under the National Institute of Nursing Research studying the effects of therapeutic horseback riding on children with autism.

Program Director, Neuropsychiatric Special care

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