Bryce Robinson

Clinical Co-Director

Texas Tech University

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Professional Bio

Bryce Robinson is a second-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas Tech University. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Sociology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in the Spring of 2021. He was inspired to pursue counseling psychology following a research assistantship at a behavioral addiction lab as a McNair Scholar where he authored his first manuscript for publication in collaboration with Yale's school of medicine. Bryce’s research interests are focused on using behavioral, epidemiological, and neurobiological methods to assess factors that contribute to the development of PTSD and co-occurring psychiatric disorders among U.S. military Veterans. Bryce currently is working on his master’s thesis regarding the detection of feigning in military populations for better treatment outcomes. In addition, he is working as a therapist in training and co-director of the TTU Psychological clinic. In his free time, Bryce enjoys volunteering and painting.


Parent: Texas Tech University

Mail Stop 2051 Dept of Psychology Lubbock, TX 79409 USA


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Interest Group

Psychoanalytic Assessment