Tamika S. Haynes-Robinson, PhD, is a neuropsychologist with Orlando Health Neuroscience and Rehabilitation Institute. She uses cognitive rehabilitation to treat patients with neurological conditions such as epilepsy, stroke, Alzheimer’s dementia and multiple sclerosis (MS). She also provides individual psychotherapy using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to care for patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), mood disorders and pain management needs.
Dr. Haynes-Robinson earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and a master’s degree in cognitive science from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. She then returned to the University of the West Indies and earned her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in clinical psychology.
Dr. Haynes-Robinson completed fellowships in neuropsychology specializing in epilepsy at the Emory University Center for Rehabilitation Medicine in Atlanta and Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
A long-time community volunteer, Dr. Haynes-Robinson is the co-founder of the nonprofit Inscape Foundation, which is dedicated to providing psychotherapy and art therapy for inner city youth in Jamaica. She served as the organization’s director for seven years. She is an executive member of the Epilepsy Society of the Caribbean, a foundation providing epilepsy education and access to care throughout the Caribbean.