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Larmia Maxine Robbins-Brinson

entrepreneur , psychologist

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.

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.

Interests

  • Other 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