Dr. Angel Roubin is a clinical psychologist at the Middlesex Health Center for Behavioral Health and the navigator for the Middlesex Health Transgender Medicine Program.
Dr. Roubin completed a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology at James Madison University followed by a Master’s Degree in Psychology and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University. She has been employed at Middlesex Hospital since 2013, when she began her predoctoral psychology internship in the Family Advocacy Program child and adolescent outpatient clinic. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Middlesex Health Center for Behavioral Health, splitting time between both the adult and child and adolescent outpatient clinics. Upon completion of training, Dr. Roubin was hired into her current position as full-time psychologist at the child and adolescent outpatient clinic.
Throughout her training and professional career, Dr. Roubin has worked in various clinical settings, including schools, research labs, community mental health clinics, private practice and hospitals. She has worked with a diverse population of children and adults, providing various modalities of psychotherapy (i.e., individual, family, group) and assessment (i.e., psychological, educational, neuropsychological) services.
Dr. Roubin provides outpatient care for children and adolescents, and she enjoys working within a multidisciplinary team. She is passionate about her role as navigator in the Middlesex Health Transgender Medicine Program.
Child and Adult Psychotherapy and assessment