Bobby Cox

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About

Bobby is a counseling psychologist that takes a multicultural and dynamic approach to therapy, which means that he situates the individual within a social context, consider how social identities contribute to one's intrapsychic experience, and harness the power of interpersonal relationships to guide clients in fostering holistic wellness. Bobby is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, but he's lived in NYC for 10 years. He enjoys international travel, reading fiction, and long-distance sports.

Bobby is a therapist through Dwellness, a Brooklyn based group therapy practice that provides in-home therapeutic services to individuals and families across the lifespan via home-based and tele-therapy practices. Dwellness' team of clinicians specialize in different developmental periods and therapeutic techniques, which allows for an individualized treatment approach to address each client’s challenges.

Clinical training, Education, & Certifications:

- Bilingual (English/Spanish) therapy certification

- Integrated mental health training

- DBT training for adolescents and adults

- CBT training

- Multicultural therapy

"Working with a therapist that shares one or more of your identities can be transformative and corrective, and as a gay man, I'm committed to working with other queer-identified individuals to provide them with an experience I wish I had while growing up."

Borough

Manhattan

licensure

PhD

Pronouns

He/Him/His
Medication Management

clinical Focus Areas

Anxiety
Depression
Eating Disorders
PTSD
Addiction
OCD
Medication
Gender
Sexuality
Other

counseling types

Adolescents
Adults
Couples
Families

Queer Competencies

These are areas of expertise based on what the provider has studied, where they've worked, what they've lived through, and the clients they want to work with.
BIPOC Intersectionality
Kink BDSM
Polyamory
Sex Work
Sexual Orientation
TGNC Gender Identity
TGNC Transition Support Letter

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