Bobbi Wegner

Bobbi Wegner, Psy.D., is a consultant and psychologist specializing in children, families, and stress. She is a Lecturer in Child Advocacy at Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Supervising Clinical Psychologist and Teacher at Boston Behavioral Medicine, a Parenting Expert for NBC News’ Parent Toolkit, a Columnist on Psychology Today (‘Perfectly Imperfect Parenting: Psychologically Sensitive Approaches to Raising Emotionally Durable Kids’), and a regular Parenting Writer for Mind Body Green. She has spent the last 10 years studying the impact of stress and anxiety on kids and parents and is a firm believer in building independence and emotional durability. She teaches behavioral medicine skills to manage the anxiety that goes along with modern day family life, helping families refocus and create a calmer home.

An enthusiastic speaker, Bobbi Wegner has given three TEDx Talks (Feminist Boys are Our Future Men, Raising Conscious Boys in an Unconscious World), appeared on NPR to talk about the importance of raising self-reliant kids, and speaks to schools and organizations about stress, parenting, and raising conscious kids. Bobbi also writes regularly for Psychology Today, Thrive Global, Mind Body Green, NBC News’ Parent Toolkit, and is frequently interviewed as a parenting expert for many mainstream media outlets such as The Boston Globe, The Associated Press, Parents Magazine, Mamapedia, among others.