Patti Robinson, PhD

Patti Robinson

Patti Robinson, PhD

Dr. Patricia J. Robinson, PhD, stands at the forefront of mental health innovation as the Director of Training and Program Evaluation at Mountainview Consulting Group, an esteemed organization she co-founded in 1998. Her visionary leadership led to the company being honoured with the APA Presidential Innovative Practice Award in 2009.Dr. Robinson’s contributions to the field extend beyond accolades; she is celebrated as a co-founder of the Primary Care Behavioral Health model and Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT).

Dr. Robinson’s mastery in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is unparalleled, earning her recognition as a master clinician and trainer. She has played a pivotal role in the development and dissemination of ACT, particularly in the realm of primary care through FACT. Her commitment to accessibility and equity in behavioural health services is evident in her global consultations and training initiatives.

As a Founding Member of Mountainview Consulting Group, Patti Robinson provides tailored assistance to healthcare organizations, empowering them to integrate behavioural services seamlessly. Her impact resonates across continents, with training and consultation engagements spanning the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina.

Acknowledged as a Fellow by the Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences (ACBS), Dr. Robinson embodies the highest values of the global learning and research community. Her dedication to fostering collegiality, openness, and mutual support underscores her status as a luminary in the field, shaping the future of mental health with unwavering commitment and expertise.

Financial Disclosures: Patti Robinson receives royalties on book sales from New Harbinger Publications and Springer Science-Media. She also receives a speaking honorarium from Leading Edge Seminars Inc.