Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Beth Robinson

Meet Dr. Beth Robinson

Degrees and Experience
  • Ed.D., Counselor Education (Texas Tech University)
  • M.Ed., Educational Counseling (West Texas A and M University)
  • B.S.E., Physical Education (Oklahoma Christian University)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor (Texas)
  • Certified School Counselor (Texas)
Biography and Professional Achievements

Prior to coming to CCU in 2021, Dr. Beth Robinson served in a variety of academic roles at Lubbock Christian University where she served as director of Graduate Studies, chair of Behavioral Sciences, and assistant provost. She taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs with in-seat students and online students. Dr. Robinson has also worked as an affiliate faculty member at Harding University, Texas Tech University, and Liberty University prior to coming to CCU.

In addition to her academic work, Dr. Robinson brings more than 35 years of experience working with kids. When in a counseling session, she’ll be listening to the story of a traumatized child at the Texas Girls and Boys Ranch or explaining the process of foster care or adoption to an anxious parent. Occasionally you will find Dr. Robinson on the witness stand providing an expert opinion about a traumatized child. Every chance Dr. Robinson gets to leave the country, you will find her working in an orphanage and training caregivers how to work with traumatized children.

Clearly, Dr. Robinson doesn't’t like boredom. She loves children and has committed her time and energy to making sure they stay safe. She has written several books and articles, and presented at state, regional, and national conferences. She loves having the chance to teach others through her writing and her presentations. Teaching is Dr. Robinson’s passion and she loves being able to teach at CCU.

Publications

  • Robinson, B. & Scott L.C. (2021). Talking with Teens about Sexuality: Critical Conversations about Social Media, Gender Identity, Same-Sex Attraction, Pornography, Purity, Dating, Etc. Bethany Books.
  • Robinson, B. & Scott, L.C. (2020). The Sex Offender in my Pew: Strategies and Essential Documents for a Unique Ministry. Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Robinson, B. & Scott, L.C. (2019). Protecting Your Children from Predators: How to Recognize and Respond to Sexual Danger. Bethany Books.
  • Robinson, Beth (2016.) "Comfort with the comfort we receive from God." In D. Chancey & R. Brunner (Eds.), Owning faith: Reimagining the role of church and family in the faith journey of teenagers (pp. 119-138). Abilene, TX: Leafwood Press.
  • Robinson, B. Contributor. (2013). Hope in the Mourning NIV Study Bible. Zondervan.
  • Robinson, B. (2013). The Safe Family Coloring Book (2nd Ed). Albuquerque, NM: Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Robinson, B. (2013). The Safe Touch Coloring Book (2nd Ed). Albuquerque, NM: Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Robinson, B. (2013). God Made Me: The Safe Touch Coloring Book (2nd Ed). Albuquerque, NM: Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Robinson, B. (2012). El libro de colorear sobre tactos seguros. Albuquerque, NM: Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Alexander, J. & Robinson, B. (2011). When A Friend Dies. Albuquerque, NM: Dawson Parker Publishing.
  • Robinson, B. (2011). Caring for the Flock: A Shepherd’s Guide to Crisis Counseling. Joplin, MO: College Press.
  • Robinson, B. (2007). Caring for the Flock: A Shepherd’s Guide to Counseling. Joplin, MO: College Press.