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WFT hires Dr. Barbara Roberts as director of wellness

The Washington Football Team has hired well-renowned psychologist Dr. Barbara Roberts as its Director of Wellness and Clinical Services, the franchise announced in a statement on Tuesday. Dr. Roberts is now the first person in Washington's history to hold such a position and just one of seven across the NFL....
NFLWashington Post

Washington Football Team hires Barbara Roberts as its first full-time psychologist

The Washington Football Team has hired Barbara Roberts, a psychologist and former Georgetown professor, as its first full-time director of wellness and clinical services. Roberts is only the seventh full-time clinician and only the fourth with a PhD in psychology hired by an NFL team as the league has made mental health more of a priority in recent years. Roberts said her hope is that she can continue to “destigmatize” mental health and “normalize” the process of addressing mental wellness.
NFLWashington Times

Washington hires Dr. Barbara Roberts as full-time psychologist

Dr. Barbara Roberts said she doesn’t mind losing a little sleep. As the Washington Football Team’s new psychologist, Roberts would prefer being woken up in the middle of the night with a player in crisis rather than putting it off until the morning. “If an issue comes up at 3...
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Former Oregon Gov. Barbara Roberts opens up about ‘her path as a leader’ in free online conversation Thursday

Barbara Roberts became Oregon’s first woman governor 30 years ago this month. On Thursday, in a free online program, she talks with Oregon Historical Society executive director Kerry Tymchuk about “her path as a leader and the history of women’s political leadership from suffragists marching for voting rights to the election of the first woman vice president.”

Barbara Roberts, 78, formerly of Northborough

– — Barbara Hahn Roberts, of Holden, passed away peacefully at home Dec. 30, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. She was 78 years old. Barbara was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 15, 1942, and raised in Northborough, a daughter to Robert Simpson and Helen (Shead) Hahn. She married Arthur Adams Roberts and together had two children, John Arthur Roberts and Jennifer Hahn Roberts. Barbara and Arthur have six grandchildren and two nephews.