Dr. Kenneth Robbins is board certified in psychiatry and internal medicine, and has a master’s in public health from the University of Michigan. He is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is a psychiatric expert for caring.com and health.com.
He has had a wide variety of clinical positions, including those which require an understanding of the interface between psychiatry and other medical specialties. His current clinical practice focuses primarily on geriatrics. He also provides forensic consultation, and has extensive experience in advising defense attorneys, judges and prosecutors in criminal matters; and on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in civil matters. He is former President of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Association and is currently active in both the Wisconsin and American Psychiatric Associations.
He has written and contributed to many articles and is frequently invited to speak on psychiatric topics, such as psychiatry and the law; depression; anxiety; dementia; and suicide risk and prevention.