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Jason Hobbs, LCSW, M.Div


Jason B. Hobbs, LCSW, MDiv, is a licensed clinical social worker in an outpatient mental health clinic. He has been in private practice for fifteen years in addition to having worked in hospice and homeless services. Jason also pastored a small United Methodist congregation near Savannah for three years.


Jason has led mindfulness training groups in his practice using Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. He has been trained in Mindfulness and Cognitive Therapy in addition to other therapeutic modalities. He has also presented continuing education courses for the Georgia Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers Annual Meeting in Atlanta. These workshops were entitled Spiritually Sensitive Clinical Practice: Understanding and Honoring Diverse Religious and Spiritual Traditions and Mindfulness, Psychotherapy, and the Therapist: Knowledge and Practice for Clients and Clinicians and Integrating Spiritual Disciplines into Direct Practice. Jason holds a Master of Social Work degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Divinity degree from Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. He has also attended a week-long workshop at Duke University on research in spirituality, religion, and health. Jason most recently completed a program at Shalem Institute to be trained as a spiritual director.


Presently Jason works with children, adolescents, and adults, couples, and families. In addition, he leads mindfulness workshops and other retreats throughout the year.

Jason published a book in January 2019: Unless a Grain of Wheat Falls: A Dying Father, a Changing Son, a Lenten Journey. "Unless a Grain of Wheat Falls guides us through a son’s journey through the death of his father and a changing view of God. Hobbs writes with an honest, gentle, and faithful hand through all of these experiences using the framework of the Christian season of Lent." The book can be found on


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