Dr. Bobbi Wegner is a MA and NY licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in health psychology and behavioral medicine. Although she is a clinical health psychologist by training, and often explores how biological, psychological, and social factors contribute to one's functioning, she identifies as an integrative therapist and pulls from many different evidence-based philosophies to understand each individual's unique needs. Her main areas of focus include behavioral medicine, clinical hypnosis, biofeedback,  mindfulness-based stress management, pregnancy/postpartum adjustment, and mindful parenting.       She has also has a niche practice working with pregnant women and new mothers. She sees clients for individual therapy and runs groups (Biofeedback Baby: Learn to Relax Your Mind, Body, & Baby During Pregnancy; Mindful Mamas: A Group for New Mums and Their New Babes). Aside from her clinical training, much of her real life experience comes from raising three loving and rambunctious children of her own.        Dr. Wegner received her doctoral degree from William James College. She also completed an APA-Internship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine (in Rehabilitation Medicine and Neuropsychology) in New York City, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at Boston Behavioral Medicine in Brookline, MA, where she currently works as a core staff member (www.bostonbmed.com). She teaches and supervises advanced psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows at Boston Behavioral Medicine, and is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Wegner also writes a regular column in The Milton Times called Raising & Roasting: The Food and Psychology of Modern Day Parenthood, hosts a podcast under the same name, and blogs regularly at www.drbobbiwegner.com/blog. She is represented by Sally Ekus at The Lisa Ekus Literary Group. 

     Dr. Bobbi Wegner is a MA and NY licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in health psychology and behavioral medicine. Although she is a clinical health psychologist by training, and often explores how biological, psychological, and social factors contribute to one's functioning, she identifies as an integrative therapist and pulls from many different evidence-based philosophies to understand each individual's unique needs. Her main areas of focus include behavioral medicine, clinical hypnosis, biofeedback,  mindfulness-based stress management, pregnancy/postpartum adjustment, and mindful parenting. 

     She has also has a niche practice working with pregnant women and new mothers. She sees clients for individual therapy and runs groups (Biofeedback Baby: Learn to Relax Your Mind, Body, & Baby During Pregnancy; Mindful Mamas: A Group for New Mums and Their New Babes). Aside from her clinical training, much of her real life experience comes from raising three loving and rambunctious children of her own.  

     Dr. Wegner received her doctoral degree from William James College. She also completed an APA-Internship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine (in Rehabilitation Medicine and Neuropsychology) in New York City, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship at Boston Behavioral Medicine in Brookline, MA, where she currently works as a core staff member (www.bostonbmed.com). She teaches and supervises advanced psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows at Boston Behavioral Medicine, and is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Wegner also writes a regular column in The Milton Times called Raising & Roasting: The Food and Psychology of Modern Day Parenthood, hosts a podcast under the same name, and blogs regularly at www.drbobbiwegner.com/blog. She is represented by Sally Ekus at The Lisa Ekus Literary Group.