Bobbie Shae Melton, LPC specializes in working with individuals with an eating disorder, poor body image, low self-esteem, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and anxiety. Bobbie provides individual therapy for young adults ages 16 and up.
Is your life controlled by the calories you eat, the next best diet to try, or exercising to “earn your food”? Are you exhausted by society’s pressure to achieve the perfect body? Does your mind feel like a battlefield? If you resonate with any of these statements, Bobbie can help you find freedom with food and movement, and make peace with your body. Let’s flip the script on the voice in your head that constantly says you aren’t good enough.
Bobbie’s experience includes working in an eating disorder treatment hospital with clients in partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient settings, and working for an intensive outpatient program for OCD clients. Bobbie is a graduate of Texas A&M University – College Station (whoop!) and received her Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas A&M University – Central Texas in 2019. Her therapeutic approach involves helping clients define a meaningful life based on your values. Together, you will create a toolbox of coping skills to help you through the hard days. Each individual has unique strengths that we will uncover to help you live a life worth living.
Bobbie uses Acceptance and Committment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) as her main therapeutic approaches. She is also an advocate of Intuitive Eating and Health At Every Size.
Bobbie is in network with United Healthcare, Aetna insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, or private pay options.