Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT, MFLN Family Development

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Bari Sobelson is currently the Social Media and Webinar Coordination Specialist for the Family Development team of the Military Families Learning Network.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2004. She then received her Master of Science Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Valdosta State University in 2006. Upon graduation from the master’s program, Bari served as Clinical Coordinator at the local homeless shelter and taught Treatment Issues and Psychopharmacology as an adjunct instructor in the marriage and family therapy department at VSU. Since obtaining full licensure, she has worked in the community in various capacities including home based therapy, private practice and early intervention. As a home based therapist, she worked with families involved with the Department of Family and Children Services in an effort to reunify families. In private practice, she worked with families, individuals and couples facing a multitude of life’s stressors and barriers. Bari worked as an Intake/Ongoing Service Coordinator and an Early Intervention Specialist at Babies Can’t Wait where she worked with children with special needs and their families. She has served as the local GAMFT Chapter Chair and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

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Bari Sobelson, MS, LMFT

Valdosta State University

Marriage & Family Therapy Department

MFLN Family Development

Social Media & Webinar Coordination Specialist

1500 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, GA 31698

Phone: (229) 293-6032

Email: bari.sobelson@gmail.com

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