Craig Robinson Ph.D
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1188 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Description of Practice
I am very involved with conflict resolution techniques, especially mediation. My private practice mediation is primarily directed toward divorce and family issues.
I am a clinical and forensic psychologist who has been in full-time private practice in Honolulu since 1975. I received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Hawaii, 1974.
Since 1994, I have been practicing divorce and family mediation. I am on the the panel of neutrals at the Dispute Prevention and Resolution (DPR) Center in the divorce/matrimonial section, I am also a volunteer mediator at the Mediation Center of the Pacific.
Ph.D. ClinicalPsychology 1974 MA Counseling Psychology 1968 BA Psychology 1966 ABA Business Admin. 1963
|2006||Nina Meierding & Peter Robinson||Advanced Negotiating Skills for Mediators 14 hrs|
|2004||Mediation Center of the Pacific||Advanced Mediation Training 7 hrs|
|2004||Mediation Center of the Pacific||Basic Mediation Training 7 hrs|
|2000||James Melamed & John Helie||The Mediator and the Intenet 7 hrs|
|2000||James Melamed & Chip Rose||Maximizing Mediation 14 hrs|
|2000||James Melamed||Divorce Mediation 40 hrs|
|1995||James Melamed||Divorce Mediation 40 hrs|
|1993||Janet Johnston||Resolving Divorce Impasses 7 hrs|
I generally use a facilitative mediation approach although if both parties agree in advance, an evaluative strategy my be employed. I am very committed to helping couples and families avoid, or minimize the probability of, litigation.
Mediations fees are $250.00 per hour. More information on my fee schedule and Mediation Agreement may be found on my website (www.mediate.com/robinson)in the Agreement to Mediate section.
Mediator of the Year-2007 The Mediation Center of the Pacific, Inc. Honolulu, Hawaii
Areas of Practice
- Adult Family
- Divorce (all issues)
- Divorce (parenting) (200 mediated)