A mindfulness-based therapist that takes a holistic approach to therapy, Bobbie is trained in adult mental health first aid to provide support for those in a mental health crisis. They received their B.A. in psychology and women & gender studies from Virginia Wesleyan University, where they became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. They recently served as the mental health committee chair for the Omicron Phi Zeta's chapter of the sorority. They received their M.A. in clinical mental health counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where they were inspired to learn more about diversity and multiculturalism in the field of counseling and had the opportunity to study abroad with their class in Cape Town, South Africa to discuss anti-racist counseling with master's and doctoral level students within the country. As someone who is African American and identifies as queer, diversity and inclusion are a focal point for them. Currently, they are a licensed graduate professional counselor in Washington, District of Columbia that works specifically with eating disorders, and is a doctoral student studying international psychology with a concentration in trauma services. They aim to bring a more trauma-informed approach to eating disorder treatment and expand the knowledge of the impact eating disorders have on BIPOC individuals.