Robin Ohringer

Experienced Psychotherapist

A longtime resident of Massachusetts, Robin Ohringer holds a magna cum laude bachelor of arts in child study from Tufts University in Medford, a master of social work from the Smith College School for Social Work in Northampton, and doctorate in social work from the Simmons School of Social Work in Boston. She also completed the Advanced Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute and the Family Therapy Workshop with consultants from the Cambridge Family Institute. Later in her career, Robin Ohringer earned certification in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing – a psychotherapeutic technique that uses repetitive fine motor movement as a tool for treating cases of mental trauma. 

A psychotherapist in private practice for nearly 45 years, Robin Ohringer has treated patients of all ages for conditions ranging from anxiety and depression to various body image disorders. Ms. Ohringer has also shared her expertise as a public speaker and the author of “Stop the action: A program for parents of severely disturbed children.”

Cambridge, MA, US


Sep 1974 - Present


Dr. Robin Ohringer 

Jan 1986 - May 1995

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Simmons College School of Social Work 

Sep 1973 - Oct 1989

Clinical Social Worker

McLean Hospital 


Sep 1984 - May 1988


Simmons College School of Social Work

Social Work 

Jun 1971 - Aug 1973


Smith College School for Social Work 

Social Work 

Sep 1967 - Jun 1971


Tufts University

Child Study 

Powered by CakeResumePowered by CakeResume
Powered by CakeResumePowered by CakeResume