The Robbins Center

The Robbins Center Video

Learn more about the Robbins Speech, Language and Hearing Center from clinical faculty, clients and graduate students. You will hear how the Robbins Center practices a family-centered approach, provides a supportive treatment environment for individuals, as well as for groups, and delivers services to a wide range of ages and clinical populations.

Located on the campus of Emerson College in the heart of Boston, the Robbins Speech, Language and Hearing Center provides a supportive environment where clients and their families learn to overcome a variety of communication disorders and differences.

Since opening in 1953, the Robbins Center has provided evaluation and treatment for children and adults with communication problems as well as support programs for family members and caregivers. The Robbins Center is also the primary clinical training facility associated with the nationally respected Emerson College Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Specialty Programs of the Robbins Center

The Robbins Center
The Robbins Center

Fees

Fees for services are modest given the high level of care. For persons unable to afford services, a payment plan or reduced fee schedule may be considered. For information on the current fee structure, contact Robbins_Center@emerson.edu.

Location

The Robbins Center is located at 216 Tremont Street in the Theatre District convenient to the MBTA’s Orange and Green lines, and near routes I-90 and I-93. Subsidized parking is available.

Hours

The Center is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and follows the Emerson College Academic calendar.

Information and Referral

For more information or to make a referral, contact the Robbins Center by email: Robbins_Center@emerson.edu or telephone: 617-824-8323.

The Robbins Center welcomes self-referrals as well as referrals from family members, friends, hospital staff, rehabilitation personnel, physicians, early intervention programs, schools, etc.

The Robbins Center evaluates and treats children and adults regardless of income, race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability.

Betsy Miccuci

Betsy Micucci

Director of Clinical Programs, Communication Sciences and Disorders