For almost a decade, Mrs. Hobby has sought to provide her clients (both individual and couples) with a safe space where they can speak whatever is on their minds and hearts as “nothing is off limits.” That work has included marital difficulties, inter- and intra-personal relationships, trauma, sexuality including sexual identity and sexual dysfunction, grief and loss (specifically miscarriage and stillbirth), postpartum anxiety and depression, psychosis, anxiety and depression, church/faith wounds, and de-/reconstruction of faith.

Her work isn’t necessarily short-term as she believes therapy can be a process and often tells clients that “there’s no rush.” Mrs. Hobby received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University (Chattanooga, TN) and taught a variety of psychology courses as an adjunct instructor at Tennessee Temple University.




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