Dr. Eric Robbins, MD
Dr. Robbins grew up in upstate NY. His Father, an ophthalmologist, played a large influence in his decision to become a physician. As a family of Holocaust survivors, it was very important to his parents that he would have a deep connection to the Jewish faith. In Rochester, he attended Hillel School and was raised in a modern orthodox community. His gravitation for the study of sciences drew him to Binghamton University where he received his B.S. in Biochemistry. With a strong affinity for Israel, he made the decision to study medicine abroad. This turned out to be life altering experience and one that moved him one step closer to completing long term goals. The first, graduating medical school with high honors and top USMLE scores, he was now ready to enter a lifelong mission of healing others. The second, finding the woman he would spend the rest of his life with and have the opportunity to raise a family he could call his own. Dr. Robbins happily resides in Cooper City with his wife and three children.
The decision to pursue psychiatry as a specialty was one not made without much contemplation. As a top student of his medical school class, he had the opportunity to enter some of the most prestigious areas of medicine. However, his heart lay in connecting with others on a deep level and saw psychiatry as the best opportunity for doing so. Not one day went by that he ever regretted this decision. He soon realized that psychiatry was about much more than just diagnosing and prescribing medications. He needed to fully understand and individual’s background, culture and life experiences prior to engaging them in any form of treatment. In addition to psychiatry, Dr. Robbins has studied psychology, sociology and human behavior, hoping this would ensure that nothing would get in the way of him reaching his goals.
Dr. Robbins psychiatry training took place at Mount Sinai in New York City, one of the most diverse and challenging places to practice medicine. This experience was filled with professional and personal growth further shaping him into the psychiatrist he is today. He sub-specialized in child and adolescent psychiatry believing that to be the best, he needed to learn the origins of psychiatric disorders and how they develop. His youthful and playful attitude made him a perfect fit for this new role and he saw yet another way he would affect the world in a positive way. There is nothing that makes Dr. Robbins happier than healing a child and watching it permeate to an entire family.
• SUNY Binghamton University – B.S. Biochemistry; 2000-2004
• Sackler School of Medicine – Tel Aviv University; 2006-2010
• Psychiatry Residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, Manhattan, NY; 2010-2013
• Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Manhattan, NY; 2013-2015
• Realization Center Manhattan, NY; 2014
• Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program – Beth Israel Medical Center NY; 2015
• Medical director –University Hospital Medical Center Psychiatry Pavilion in Tamarac, FL and Plantation General Hospital Plantation, FL ; 2015-2020
• Faculty at PBCGME Psychiatry Residency Program; 2015-2020
• Attending of the Year; PBCGME psychiatry residency program 2018
• Recognition in outreach for children’s mental health; Broward County 2019
Bailee Abrahamoff, RMFTI
My name is Bailee Abrahamoff and I have a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. As a clinician, I am a firm believer in the process of development and personal growth. I believe my clients are the experts of their own lives and already possess all the tools needed to acquire the change they are looking for. I work to provide my clients with a non judgmental space in order to unlock those tools and use them to overcome challenging circumstances. Through this process we can better understand and improve the relationship we have with others and ourselves.
Systemic therapy looks to help individuals, couples and members of a family to understand each other better, provide insight, change negative behaviors and resolve conflicts. This approach allows me to look at an individual and the family as a whole, with the idea that we live in a world where systems influence one another. I have been trained in several models that embrace this idea, preparing me with the qualifications to effectively guide and support my clients. I have provided services to clients such as those experiencing anxiety, depression, those who have been victims of abuse, family and marital conflict, addiction, anger management and any and all adults, children and adolescents in need of therapy services.
I also have experience working with teams and clients in the Sports and Performance industry who are experiencing difficulties in reaching and maintaining peak performance. In this realm I use my personal experience being a former collegiate athlete and coach, combined with my training as a clinician, to push past the boundaries through which many athletes face daily and onto the next level of competition. Individual therapy as well as group therapy can be used to potentially increase performance, mental fitness and resilience to engage the whole of the athlete.
Jonah Stabinski, MSW, TMS Coordinator
Jonah Stabinski (he/him) is a psychotherapist and Registered Clinical Social Work Intern in the state of Florida. Jonah began his journey working with children at summer camps and after-school programs. Jonah discovered that the youngest and smallest people of our world were more insightful and wise than many people gave them credit for. Jonah found a talent for building relationships and helping young people become their best selves.
Through both experience and book learning, Jonah discovered that suffering (regardless of age) was part of the human condition. At the same time, Jonah sees the potential of each person to build lives of connection and meaning. Decades of scientific research has given humanity tools to make these lives possible. Jonah believes in combining these scientific practices with the inherent wisdom of each client to collaboratively design paths toward a flourishing life.
Jonah’s therapeutic style is collaborative, active, and values-based. He works with children, families, and adults on their own terms and aims to create an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation. Jonah hopes to go beyond conversation to create substantial and sustained change in each person’s life. His goal is always to help every client build the lives that they want to live and be the people who they most want to be. He has the most experience working with elementary-school children and adults.
Jonah graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He received his Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Michigan, which was ranked the #1 Social Work program in the United States from the U.S. News & World Report. Jonah has experience providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy in outpatient, partial hospitalization, and school-based settings. He most recently worked onsite at a local Broward elementary school, providing services for children and their families. Jonah is heavily influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Process-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, both of which is substantially-backed by scientific evidence.