Dr. Lauren Robinson graduated with a degree in Biology and Chemistry from Oberlin College.  She then worked for several years at the Center for Disease Control doing infectious disease research.  She completed her MD and MPH at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA, and entered a residency in Psychiatry at University of Chicago thereafter.  She is currently a MacLean fellow at the Center for Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago, engaged in research in implicit bias and trauma informed care.

Dr. Robinson works collaboratively with patients on treatment options, taking into account their priorities, values, and personal experiences.  Dr. Robinson deeply values the therapeutic relationship and holds it central to patient care.  She has specialty experience in treating depression, anxiety, OCD, bipolar disorder, ADHD, addiction (including buprenorphine treatment), personality disorders, and psychosis in child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations.