Conferences & Reports

Poster Sessions

Title: Dungeons and Penguins Mobile App for iOS

Where and when: ATLAS Expo Spring 2017 at the University of Colorado Boulder

Description: A mobile app designed to help increase knowledge of general psychology in a fun and quirky manner.


Title: Prototype of A Remote, Low-Cost Water Quality Measurement Unit and Demonstration of an Educational Mobile App

Where and when:  ATLAS Expo Fall 2016 at the University of Colorado Boulder

Description: Presented two projects: an independent research project which involved creating a low-fidelity prototype of a remote, low-cost water quality measurement unit on an Electron micro-controller and an educational mobile app on iOS platform.


Title: Prototype of A Remote, Low-Cost Water Quality Measurement Unit

Where and when: Service Learning Expo and Poster Session at the University of Colorado Boulder (November 2016)

Description: Presented a poster regarding an independent research project which involved creating a low-fidelity prototype of a remote, low-cost water quality measurement unit on an Electron micro-controller.



Conference Presentations

Title: Intensive Therapeutic Group for Bilingual Adolescents

Presented with: Monica Salinas, LPC-ATR

Where and when: 

Prevent Child Abuse Conference in Dallas, TX (February 2016)

32nd International Symposium on Child Abuse in Huntsville, AL (April 2016)

Description: Presented on a week-long therapeutic intervention for Bilingual adolescent females who have experienced sexual abuse. The intervention was designed to increase coping and anti-victimization skills. We utilized experiential exercises to highlight activities used in the group. We also discussed relevant literature that helped us conceptualize the group and discussed outcome results of the week-long intervention.


Title: Trauma-Informed Services

Presented with: Angi Gibson, LPC-S

Where and when:

13th Annual Family Violence Conference in Plano, TX (October 2015)

Description: The workshop introduced attendees to the different types of trauma and the core concepts that should be considered in working with victims of trauma and their families. Research on the long-term treatment modality of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy was introduced and defined. Applications for treatment providers and for those outside of the field of mental health were discussed.


Title: Using a Team Approach to Treat Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

Presented with: Tania Cordobes, MMT, MT-BC & Angi Gibson, LPC-S

Where and when: 

26th Annual Crimes Against Children in Dallas, TX  (August, 2014)

11th Annual Family Violence Conference in Plano, TX (October, 2013)

Description: This workshop highlighted the use of a team of therapists to treat all non-offending family members in a case in which there were multiple sexual abuse victims and victims of domestic violence. Following the therapy process from crisis intervention through court and the recovery process, participants gained an understanding of the use of a team therapy approach in an agency setting in which evidence-based protocols are utilized across therapeutic disciplines.



Technical Reports

Robledo, F. (2015). Healing through hope: Outcome survey results for the clinical therapy department at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County.

Robledo, F. (2010). Capacity building project: Serving the mental health and substance abuse needs of HIV infected persons in Texas. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, Center for Social Work Research.

Robledo, F. (2010). Substance abuse, mental health, and HIV services in rural regions. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, Center for Social Work Research.

Robledo, F. (2010). Social justice research: Bridging the gap between research and social justice. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, Center for Social Work Research.

Robledo, F. (2010). The importance of training STD program managers. The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, Center for Social Work Research.