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Coloring Books

Coloring Books

Coloring books provide an easy way for adults to teach children through fun and familiar activity.



Books on topics ranging from childhood development and sexuality, teen issues, and family dynamics.



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  • About Dr. Beth
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beth2Beth Robinson, Ed.D.,

is Assistant Provost and Graduate Director of Behavioral Sciences at Lubbock Christian University. Dr. Robinson is a licensed professional counselor, and approved supervisor for licensed professional counselors, and a certified school counselor. Since 1992, Dr. Robinson has worked in a variety counseling positions. She currently has a private practice specializing in traumatized children.

She is also a popular author and speaker on topics ranging from childhood development and sexuality, teen issues, family dynamics including caring for elderly relatives, and church resources for families. She has written seven books: All About Sex: The School Counselor’s Guide to Handling Tough Adolescent Problems, Sex: Helping Church Teens Deal with Challenging Issues, Pass the Peanut Butter and Jelly: Inspirational Stories for the Sandwiched Generation, A Shepherd’s Guide to Counseling Fundamentals, A Shepherd’s Guide to Crisis Counseling, and God Glimpses: Seeing the Sacred in the Present. In addition, she has created the following therapeutic coloring books for children: God Made Me; The Safe Touch Coloring Book, When A Friend Dies, The Safe Family Coloring Book, and Where Will I Grow Up.

Dr. Robinson has been employed as a counselor by The Children’s Home of Lubbock in Lubbock, Texas; Texas Boys Ranch in Lubbock Texas; the Panhandle Assessment Center in Amarillo, Texas; and Director of Counseling Ministries for Monterey Church of Christ in Lubbock Texas. Her experiences include junior and high school teaching, foster parenting, camp counseling and teaching, volunteering in youth ministry programs, Bible teaching, and counseling.

Her education consists of: Ed.D. Texas Tech University, Counselor Education, 1997; M.Ed. West Texas State University, Education Counseling, 1992; and B.S.E. Oklahoma Christian University, Physical Education, 1986.

Sex, Lies, & Selfishness

What The Media Teaches Our Kids

An engaging and interactive multimedia presentation designed to help parents and those who work with children re-examine how media is impacting the behavior of children. The presentation will use examples from current media that children and adolescents utilize to help participants understand what their children are learning from the media. Too frequently, the media is teaching lessons in subtle ways that adults don’t realize.

I Win. You Lose. Game Over!

Strategies For Dealing With Oppositional Kids

Don’t know what to do when a kid digs in and refuses to comply or maybe even interact? This presentation outlines why kids get oppositional and offers insights into ways to motivate compliance. Dr. Robinson offers practical suggestions and helps participants develop skills and tools to manage oppositional kids.

Keeping Children Safe in Foster Care

Preventing Sexual Abuse

Keeping children safe in foster care requires that primary caregivers recognize the phases of sexual abuse and recognize the characteristics of sexual abuse. This presentation emphasizes how to teach children about appropriate sexual behavior and presents clear indicators of inappropriate sexual behavior in children. Participants will be better equipped to prevent sexual abuse from occurring in foster homes or cottages.

Life Is Good and Other Stuff . . .

During this seminar, Dr. Robinson meets with teens and their parents to talk about sexual values. Dr. Robinson models for parents how to discuss sexual issues and utilizes Biblical principles to teach sexual values. Dr. Robinson does not shirk away from addressing tough issues and is willing to answer the questions of teens and their parents in this dynamic presentation. Churches have utilized this seminar as a retreat for teens and their parents.

Schedule Dr. Robinson

If you’d like to get in touch with Dr. Robinson (kids’ call her “Doc”) then you may do so here.