BRIEF BIO

BRIEF BIO

Dr. Robin J. Burks is an esteemed clinical psychologist who resides in Houston, Texas with her husband and 17-year-old twins. She is a talented and dedicated therapist and inspirational consultant and has been in private practice for over 25 years.Dr. Burks received her Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio and completed her Internship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.

Dr. Burks has been actively involved in local and national service initiatives. She is on the Board of Directors of St. Agnes Academy and a board member for the Houston Psychological Association. She has twice been awarded the “Psychologist of the Year.” Most recently the award was for her dedication to the Houston Psychological Association and the prior award was for co-chairing a national conference and local initiative on violence prevention.  Dr. Burks is an avid runner and continues to motivate and inspire educators, clients, colleagues, and friends to live their lives more fully.

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  2. Rune Moelbak says:

    Dear Robin,

    I am Rune Moelbak, a psychologist in Houston, TX.

    As a fellow therapist, I have done a lot of research on how to best convert website visitors into actual clients.

    A key way to do this is to provide content on your website that addresses barriers or objections to treatment that potential clients might have, and that helps them resolve these (no different from what we do in therapy, really).

    I have written a blog post that lists and then addresses 5 key concerns that prevent people from coming to therapy:

    1. The Belief that: I Should Be Able to Solve My Own Problems…
    2. The Objection: Therapy is Too Expensive – I Can’t Afford It…
    3. The Belief that: Seeing a Therapist Means I’m Crazy…
    4. The Fear that: It is Weird to Air My Dirty Laundry to a Stranger…
    5. The Concern that: It Will Be Awkward if I Don’t Like My Therapist

    My hope is that you will consider displaying or linking to my blog post on your website and in turn provide valuable content to your website visitors that might just address some of the key factors that are keeping them from booking that first appointment.

    The link to the full article can be found here:

    http://www.bettertherapy.org/blog/5-things-people-say-to-avoid-seeing-therapist/

    I wish you continued success in your private practice!

    Rune

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