Bobbi Wegner, PsyD
Specialty in Clinical Health Psychology, Stress, Parenting/Modern Families
Dr. Bobbi Wegner is a clinical psychologist, lecturer at Harvard, author, advisor, writer and international speaker. She is the founder and CEO of Groops, an online platform that provides support groups and guided conversations around mental health issues and everyday worries.
Dr. Wegner writes and speaks internationally on modern mental health. She has a column in Psychology Today, is a parenting expert on NBC News Learn, is on the Today Show parenting team, and has spoken on or written for numerous popular publications including NPR, Harvard Health Blog, The Associated Press, and Mind Body Green, to name a few. She is the author of Raising Feminist Boys: How to Talk to Your Child about Gender, Consent, and Empathy, and has given several TEDx talks on the subject.
Given her interest in mental health, access, innovation, and entrepreneurship, Dr. Wegner teaches Groups and Culture and Motivation at Harvard.
Education and training
2007-2008 - APA-Approved Internship in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY
2003-2008 0 Doctor of Psychology (with specialization in Clinical Health Psychology), William James College, Newton, MA
1997-2001 - Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
David Strauss, Ph.D. Memorial Award at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Conference (2006)
Dr. Wegner is licensed in Massachusets, New York and Minnesota.
Visit Dr. Wegner's blog on the Psychology Today Website.