Meg Robinson

Meg Robinson
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LICSW

Accepting new clients. Out of office August 1-12

She embodies that wonderful combination of intelligence and skill while also remaining REAL. I would recommend her without hesitation..."

- Training supervisor, JWU Counseling Services (2016)

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If you are a prospective client, please schedule a phone consult above. For other inquiries, you can email Meg here.

    About Meg

  • With 15+ years of experience in secondary and higher education, has deep knowledge of developmental and emotional issues related to transition to adulthood
  • Expertise in addressing anxiety, depression, and the pressures of college life
  • Particular interest in and sensitivity to culturally diverse international and immigrant populations
  • Provides supportive psychological therapy to families and/or children of aging adults with complex medical or cognitive support needs
  • Uses tools such as anxiety tracking apps and genograms to help clients approach issues from various angles



Meg Robinson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with expertise in young adults and families of aging adults. She received her MSW in Clinical Social Work from Boston University, and completed her Doctoral studies in Medieval French Literature at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Meg currently runs a private practice and works as a Staff Counselor at Johnson & Wales University.

Meg's expertise in the young adult population stems from her 15+ years of previous work as a professor and teacher. She also has deep knowledge in the caregiving "sandwich generation" based on her experience as a clinical counselor and case manager for Programs for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. 

As a social worker, Meg sees clients in the context of their environment, including the influences of race, gender, and sexual identity.



" I understand that reaching out for help can be intimidating. Finding a "good fit" in a therapist is key to forming a trusting and safe relationship first and foremost. Once this is established it's about finding the right approaches that are effective for each individual or family. In my experience, through this kind of therapeutic alliance – a combination of relationship and skill-building – people can and do overcome emotional challenges and accomplish greater self-understanding, acceptance and life satisfaction. "


Private Practice, Providence, RI, 2015 - Present
Johnson & Wales University, Staff Counselor in Student Counseling Services, 2015 - Present
Programs for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE),  Behavioral Health Liaison, clinical counselor, case manager and social work intern, Providence, RI, 2010 - 2015
Johnson & Wales University, Counseling Intern in Student Counseling Services, 2011 - 2012

Wheaton College, Adjunct Professor, First-year seminar advisor and instructor, 1996-2012
Moses Brown, Upper and Middle School French and Italian teacher and advisor, 2005 - 2009
Université de Toulouse, Teaching Assistant 1993-1994

Boston University, MSW in Clinical Social Work, 2012
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, PhD Studies, Medieval French Literature, 1996
State University of New York at Oswego, French and Secondary Education, Cum Laude
La Sorbonne, Université de Paris, Certificat de Cours de Civilisation Française, Mention Bien



Anxiety – Generalized anxiety, panic disorder, phobias; eating disorders related to anxiety
Depression – Sleep and energy disruption, overall mood disturbance, inability to enjoy yourself, and difficulty being motivated, amongst many other symptoms
College pressure, imposter syndrome – Managing the pressures to succeed in academic work and taking financial risk to attend college; imposter syndrome; anxiety about job and career
Life transitions, existential issues, and challenges – Includes adjusting to college, new relationships, career transitions and direction
Stress management – Coping with stress of life and change, expectations of self and other 



Young Adults / College Students
Midlife adults
Family members of aging adults with complex medical or cognitive support needs
Seniors (65+)



French (near fluency)

Before seeing Meg, I didn’t really feel like therapy was helpful for me. Now I see her every week and found that my mood and life has significantly improved! She is extremely understanding and patient and really helps me sort out what I’m thinking. Now I want to go to therapy as much as possible!
— Student, Zencare user (2017)
Meg Robinson, LICSW is a college mental health specialist. I have known Meg since she began her clinical training as an intern in college mental health. She is a consummate professional and authentic human being. As a former Professor, Meg changed careers in order to reach young adults in a deeper and more meaningful way. This unique and broad skill set really enhances her capacity to truly understand the college student experience. She embodies that wonderful combination of intelligence and skill while also remaining REAL. I would recommend her without hesitation.
— Jean A. Russell, LICSW, Training Coordinator, Johnson & Wales University Counseling Services
Meg is a compassionate, caring and authentic individual. She is a dedicated therapist and shows a genuine concern for all of her patients.
— Colleague (2016)