If there are specific questions about services or needs that are not answered either here on on my frequently asked questions page, please feel free to contact me, or call me directly at (601)691-2337. 

Note: In an emergency, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately from any wired or wireless phone. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire department or ambulance. 

To contact a crisis prevention line, please call (808) 832-3100

An opportunity to attend a workshop that works! For Premarital couples.  Providing a world renown program for couples based on Dr. John Gottman's 40 plus decades of research, in Honolulu, Hawaii.  For dates in 2017 Bobbie is partnering with  The Wedding Cafe Hawaii.  Visit and or contact The Wedding Cafe to register and to inquire about the next workshop date. 


Individual Counseling

For those looking to process grief, loss and other adjustment difficulties individually.  Receiving services from a professional allows you to have time that is set aside just for you to be able to discuss things that you may not be able to discuss with anyone else in your life.  


Couples Counseling

Just as we develop individually, we develop as a couple.  Sometimes in that development process couples can get stuck, unable to get past the challenges that they are experiencing.  Couples counseling can help with those challenges by improving communication, refining problem-solving skills and getting past anger and resentments.  


Family Counseling

Family life can get chaotic and unmanageable, but most times these challenges can be overcome without needing outside help.  However, sometimes family troubles can become too overwhelming with major life changes like separation of parents, divorce, or other problems that rely on new problem solving efforts.  

Families might seek counseling services for helping their children get through a divorce and assistance with co-parenting.  Some families may seek services to help them adjust to child or adolescent misbehavior.  Families may also seek services when trying to cope with a family member who is chronically ill, actively abusing substances, or struggling with other illnesses or mental health problems.