Chelsey Robinson is a licensed clinical Social Worker at Boston Child Study Center. Chelsey completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of New Hampshire with a B.A in Psychology and a Masters in Social Work. Chelsey is certified in a number of evidence-based treatments, including being a national provider for Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and a certified Within An Agency Trainer. Chelsey has assisted clinicians in achieving their PCIT certification, both internally at Judge Baker Children’s Center/Harvard Medical School, and through learning collaboratives across various states. She also has experience in training clinicians and facilitating adaptations of PCIT, including PCIT for anxiety disorders.
In addition, Chelsey has years of experience in the use of empirically-based treatments for anxiety disorders, depression, and disruptive behavior problems in children and adolescents under the MATCH-ADTC curriculum. Chelsey is also experienced in providing school-based consultation, including facilitating region wide trainings for programs in how to apply evidenced-based frameworks within their school settings. She is passionate about partnering with children and families in order to provide them access to high quality evidence-based treatment in order to impact positive change.