Bobbie has been working with eating disorders at all levels of care for 25 years and is an IAEDP-certified eating disorder specialist. Bobbie works to help patients create connections and values as cornerstones in their lives and recovery. She has supervised clinicians created curriculum and supported inpatient, residential and PHP staff and patients. Bobbie attended Tufts University as an undergraduate and Smith college school for social work for her MSW.
Bobbie Arthur, LCSW, CEDS
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Thank you so much for all of your help, understanding, wisdom and patience. Some of the most helpful advice I got (in treatment) was from you. I am so grateful for your brain. You’re an incredible psychiatrist and I’m stoked we have people like you in this field.
I want to thank you for working with me and not walking away. I know I was not easy to work with but I appreciate how willing you were to keep me informed and allowed me to remain an active participant in my plan of care. You are so caring, thoughtful, insightful, and ‘real’. I would not be where I am right now without you.
Thank you for always being there for me. If you ever would consider a career change, you would be a great therapist. You know how to push for answers but also encourage positive thoughts. Thanks again for everything.
I dont think I could even write enough words to express how grateful I am for you. Though our time together was relatively brief, you had a profound positive impact on my life, most of which was due to the unconditional regard and often tough love you provided more so than any ‘medical’ care you provided. You saw me as a person, a whole person, not for my eating disorder but for the potential person I can become when healthy. That is always what I wanted more than anything, to be seen and be known. Thank you for believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself. Thank you for caring for me and putting up boundaries when all I wanted to do was self destruct. Thank you for the unconditional positive regard. You were a light in a dark time of my life and made an impact I will always carry with me.
I never had a psychiatrist who treated me with kindness, dignity and honesty the way you have from the moment we met. I came in feeling guarded and afraid but you helped me find hope again. I will forever be grateful to you for your support and help in fighting this eating disorder. Thank you so very much.
Thank you so much for all of the hard work and time you put into taking care of me. The insight and wisdom you provided me will be something I carry with me throughout my recovery and beyond.
I’m really going to try to express my gratitude even though it will be exceptionally difficult because you have helped me with something as important as my life. Here’s the thing. I know some people who really dislike their treatment team. That is not the case with me. From the get-go, I absolutely loved the team that I had. Not only that, but you’re an exceptionally settling presence and you've made it easier to be open and honest with the people that want to help me.
Thank you for providing support, words of wisdom and care- even when I didnt want it.
I felt like you heard and understood me! I appreciated all your metaphors; they helped put things into perspective. Thank you for taking time with the medication and always listening to my concerns and issues. Your support means the world to me and I always felt a little better after seeing you.
You’re so funny, validating and kind and also brutally honest, which I life. I always loved having meetings with you because we always talk about random stuff after all the doctor things and it give me such happiness. I know it seems small but just having normal and funny convos with you always made my day. Also thank you for being so validating whenever I had a sucky day because most people try to fix it but you’d just validate what I was saying and suggest ways to help me with my distress around it. Thanks for being an amazing person and changing my life!
I’m so lucky to have had you as my doctor and I’ve really enjoyed getting to know you. You have really helped me and somehow always give me these motivating lectures whenever I see you. What you’ve taught me will stay with through and it has made me wiser and stronger. THank you for the kindness and empathy you have shown me and for supporting me through my recovery.