Robbie Adler-Tapia, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who has worked with individuals impacted by trauma, attachment and dissociation for more than 25 years. After conducting her doctoral study on the iatrogenic effects of foster care on children, she has developed a specialty treating trauma in clients of all ages. Her work as a psychologist, educator, researcher and writer has taken place in community mental health and child welfare settings, and as the Clinical Director at Childhelp’s Children’s Center. Currently in private practice, Dr. Adler-Tapia provides psychological services for children and families; works with emergency responders and law enforcement; and, in a forensic role as an expert witness in the Courts. She has been co-investigator on several research studies on the assessment and treatment of children. Recent publications include Child Psychotherapy: Integrating Developmental Theory into Clinical Practice (2012), EMDR for the Treatment of Children in the Child Welfare System Who Have Been Traumatized by Abuse and Neglect (2011). In, A. Rubin (Ed.) Empirically Supported Programs and Interventions in Child Welfare: Part of the clinician’s guide to evidence based practice series. N.Y.: Wiley; and, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapy with children who have experienced sexual abuse and trauma (Adler-Tapia, Settle, & Shapiro, 2011). In Goodyear-Brown, P. (Ed.), The Handbook of Child Sexual Abuse: Prevention, Assessment and Treatment. EMDR and the Art of Psychotherapy With Children (Adler-Tapia & Settle, 2008); Healing the origins of trauma: An introduction to EMDR in psychotherapy with children and adolescents (Adler-Tapia & Settle, 2009) in The Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice Series, Volume 2, Treatment of Traumatized Adults and Children (Rubin and Springer, Eds., 2009), and has a workbook for children “My EMDR Workbook.” Robbie has presented trainings on the treatment of trauma at the EMDRIA International Conferences, the ISST-D Conference, and at the San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment.