Bobbi Ebsen is a clinical social worker who began her clinical experience in 2008. She holds a license to practice in the state of Michigan. Bobbi graduated with honors from the University of Northern Colorado (BA in Psychology). She then served three years in the Peace Corps as a volunteer in the Dominican Republic. Bobbi was awarded a Merit Scholarship to attend the University of Michigan where she earned her master's degree in social work.
Bobbi works with a range of clients from children (9 yo and up) adults, adolescents, parents, and couples to military heroes, business leaders, doctors, lawyers, and politicians. Her treatment approach is psychodynamic, which helps clients learn their story. By pointing out current triggers and exploring past connections, clients discover how remarkable they truly are, valuable, special and needed in this world.
Her treatment area of focus includes trauma, PTSD, addictions/alcoholism, anxiety (worry, social anxiety, panic attacks), concentration difficulties/ADHD, depression and mood disorders. She also specializes in relationships and parenting issues, as well as eating disorders, with a special emphasis on emotional eating.
Based on her experience as a child of a dysfunctional family, she found counseling for herself at age 18. "Counseling truly improved my life". This inspired Bobbi to enter training to become a therapist with hopes of doing the same for others.
Bobbi has a wealth of knowledge on meditation "mindfulness", yoga, somatic psychology, sociopathy, narcissism, and spiritual insights. She believes in hard work, commitment, and being accountable for one's actions and thoughts. As Margaret Thatcher once said, "Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny."
For Bobbi's full resume of experience, find her on LinkedIn.