Krystle Robinson earned both her Master’s and Doctorate degrees from the School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute in Springfield, MO. In 2010, Krystle became a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor and, in 2013, she earned her Psychologist license. Through her collegiate years, Dr. Robinson’s research focused extensively on Anorexia Nervosa, its etiology and interventions for the disease. As a practicum student, Dr. Robinson had the opportunity to work with diverse age groups and populations, gaining experience in the administration of a variety of evaluation instruments and assessments. Dr. Robinson has worked as a volunteer for Lost and Found, a support group for grieving children, teens, and adults and has also worked extensively with LGBT individuals and couples, as well as the homeless population. Additionally, Dr. Robinson has experience in the in-patient setting, treating short-term psychiatric and/or chemically dependent individuals. More recently in her career, Dr. Robinson’s focus has been the delivery of outpatient therapy services within an eating disorder treatment program using cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, motivational interviewing, and integrated treatment modalities. As a member of Burrell Behavioral Health’s outpatient team, Dr. Robinson provides psychological evaluation, clinical assessment, and treatment to adolescents, adults and senior adults through individual and/or group therapy.