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Press Release - Dr. Amorie Robinson

Apr 05, 2018
Dr. Amorie Robinson is a contributing author to Black LGBT Health in the United States.

For Immediate Release

Contact: Zenell B. Brown, Executive Court Administrator
  (313) 224-2236
Subject: Dr. Amorie Robinson

Detroit, MI – Celebrated each March, National Professional Social Work Month is an opportunity for social workers across the country. Third Circuit Court employs Social Workers and other related professionals throughout the Court. Chief Judge Robert J. Colombo Jr. turns the spotlight on the profession and highlights some of the important contributions they make to society.

Dr. Amorie Robinson is a contributing author to Black LGBT Health in the United States. In the book Dr. Robinson explores Black LGBT and gender nonconforming youth in the Juvenile Justice System in the United States. Dr. Robinson is a PhD fully licensed Psychologist and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this discussion. She started at the Third Circuit’s Court Clinic for Child Study in July 2005 and works in the Clinic Treatment Unit. Prior to that, she had also worked at the Third Circuit Court’s Psychiatric Clinic in the Criminal Division. Dr. Robinson is well respected and acclaimed in the mental health community as the National Secretary of the Association of Black Psychologists and the winner of the Christine Ladd-Franklin Award by the Association of Women in Psychology 2018. Dr. Amorie Robinson shares on her social media, “It is my intention to influence social justice into the direction of providing safety and positive health outcomes through making this unique and marginalized population of youth more visible and understood.” Third Circuit Court applauds Dr. Robinson’s accomplishments and her contribution to the well-being of children.
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