Roblin Fenters joined Francis Marion University in Summer 2023 and currently serves as the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator and Assistant Professor of the Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program. Roblin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Charleston Southern University as well as Master and Post-Professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy degrees from the Medical University of South Carolina. Roblin’s practice and research interests include spirituality as a client factor, neuro-rehabilitation, therapeutic-use-of-self, fieldwork education, work-life balance, and mental health.
Prior to her role at Francis Marion, Roblin worked in acute care at McLeod Regional Medical Center and in inpatient rehabilitation at MUSC Health Florence Rehabilitation Center (formerly Carolinas Rehabilitation Hospital) where she assisted in the development of Intensive Care Unit training guides for new clinicians and facilitated transfer-training courses for non-clinical staff. Roblin has also served as a lecturer and adjunct faculty member at Presbyterian College for courses within her specialty area offered to its inaugural cohort.
Roblin grew up and still lives in Pleasant Hill, SC with her toddler. Roblin enjoys fishing and going to church with her family.