PhD in Counselor Education Supervision, specialty Forensics, Walden University 2015
MA in Marriage and Family Therapy, Bethel University 2002
BS in Elementary Education 1990
Robyn J. Emde is currently researching the effects of a pandemic on Elementary School Counselors. The research has included a meta-analysis research working with families pre and post pandemic. This research will be shared at Oxford University in the summer of 2022 at the International Marriage and Family conference. In her free time she enjoys playing lead tenor saxophone in a Big Band Jazz band.
Emde, R. J., Jeannette, K. (2021). Benefits of Clinical Supervision. Michigan Mental Health Association, Bridging Initiative, 8(2), 2–3.
Emde, R. J., Boyd, B., Hammond, S., Gentry, L., (2021). Bridging the Relationship Between the School Counselor and the Mental Health Counselor in Order to Support Families. Michigan Mental Health Association, Bridging Initiative, 9(2), 2.
Michigan Mental Health and Counseling Association, January 2022
Counseling Supervision Impact of a Pandemic
ACES, Fall 2021
Supervision in an Online World
Oxford University: Family Institute, Summer 2018/2019
Strengthening Relationships between School Counselors and Parents
Working with Families Experiencing Trauma
University of Edinburgh, Summer 2019