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MEET KOBE

Kobe Campbell is an award-winning licensed trauma therapist, Christian counselor, writer media expert, and speaker. Kobe received her B.A. in Psychology from UNCW and an M.A in Christian Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. With a kind, compassionate, and energetic spirit, she helps people find the truest versions of themselves under the pain that they’ve endured through therapy, speaking, retreats, organizational trainings, and spiritual formation.

Kobe is masterful at marrying psychological principles with theology in her teachings and preaching as she guides people through understanding how scripture illuminates God's posture toward their mental and emotional pain.

 

Kobe's expertise isn't limited to faith perspectives, she's provided organizational training to organizations like Wake Forest's MBA Program, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Advent Coworking, Belk, Good Day Charlotte on Fox 46, QC Morning on ABC'S WBTV, Transformation Church, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Tek Mountain, Brown Girl Self Care, Ty Alexander's Self Care IRL, The Refined Woman Collective with Kat Harris, and more.

Named one of Charlotte's Most Influential Women by Charlotte Lately Magazine and awarded as the Rising Star Under 30 by WILMA magaine., Kobe is a decorated and highly sought out speaker, preacher, and educator.

 

Kobe is the owner of The Healing Circle Therapy & Wellness Center in Charlotte North Carolina and hosts one of Apple's Top 100 Mental Health Podcasts, The Healing Circle Podcast, with her husband Kyle. Kobe is passionate about helping people heal from the trauma as they discover how God is a part of the healing process. When Kobe isn't teaching and training, she's spending time with her two sons or spending time being creative. She looks forward to sharing her expertise with anyone who is willing to learn and grow.

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