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Larmia Maxine Robbins-Brinson

Larmia Maxine Robbins-Brinson, American psychologist, entrepreneur. Licensed Psychologist State of Georgia, 2001. Recipient Leadership award, Macon, 2008; fellow Clinical Fellowship/Minority Training Program, American Psychological Association, 1993-1998; Outstanding scholarship, Association Black Psychologists, 1997.

Background

  • Robbins-Brinson, Larmia Maxine was born on December 21, 1967 in Panorama City, California, United States. Daughter of Noble Robbins and Patricia Lynn Taft.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1990. Master of Science, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy, Kent State University, 2000.

    Career

    • Private practice Noble Journeys, Inc., Macon, Georgia, since 2001. Associate director counseling center Mercer University, 1999—2001. Editor-in-chief, psychdiscourse journal Association Black Psychologists, Macon, since 2002.

      Adjunct instructor Mercer University, since 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Licensed Psychologist State of Georgia, 2001.

    Membership

    Member of American Psychological Association, Association Black Psychologists, Jack and Jill American, Inc., 100 Black Women Macon-Middle Georgia, National Black Women's Health Project, Alpha Kappa Alpha.

    Personality

    Interests

    Tae Kwon Do, writing, public speaking.

    Connections

    • Children: Diallo Osei, Sharif Khalfani.
    • father: Noble Robbins
    • mother: Patricia Lynn Taft
    • children: Diallo Osei Robbins-Brinson
    • Sharif Khalfani Robbins-Brinson
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    Born December 21, 1967
    (age 49)
    Nationality
    • 1990
      Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
    • 1993
      Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
    • 1999 - 2001
      associate, director counseling center Mercer University
    • 2001
      Private practice, Noble Journeys
      Macon, Georgia, United States