Bobbie is a grief therapist at the Center for Grief, Loss & Transition. Her interest in grief and loss began with the diagnosis of life-threatening illness and subsequent death of her husband. The impact of this life-changing experience has brought a willingness to work with others as they journey through the healing process. Bobbie works to create a safe, trusting and nonjudgmental place in which to grieve a personal loss or transition.
Bobbie brings with her years of experience working with children of all ages through teaching, counseling and mentoring. She has worked closely with AIDS and hospice care teams as individuals experience chronic illness and death.
Because of Bobbie's belief in the mind, body and spirit connection, she brings to therapy various forms of creative expression, mindfulness and relaxation techniques.