James Robison, M.D.
Dr. Robison received his B.S. from Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA, and his M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, VA. He completed his internship at the Newport Naval Hospital in Newport, R.I., and shortly after served as a lieutenant in the Medical Corps of the US Navy. He completed a residency in psychiatry at Cincinnati General Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a residency in child psychiatry at Boston Children's Hospital.
Dr. Robison has been an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry at Tuft's Medical Center and an Assistant Attending Psychiatrist at McLean Hospital. He has had many hospital appointments, including as the Chief of Psychiatry at Leonard Morse Hospital, Mental Health Unit Director and Chief of Psychiatry at Milford-Whitinsville Regional Hospital, and a staff physician at Southwood Hospital and Norwood Hospital.
A member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the New England Council of Child Psychiatry, and the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Robison has also worked as a staff child psychiatrist at James Jackson Putnam Center, Bridgewater State Hospital, Mental Health Management of America in Nashville, TN, the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership, and United Health Care. He has consultant experience in the Division of Youth Services for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and at the Substance Abuse Program (NORCAP) at Southwood Hospital.
Dr. Robison is presently the Medical Director at CIVIS Behavioral Health in Hanover, MA, and a staff physician at Norwood Hospital.