Hobbs, Nicholas
Dr. Nicholas Hobbs
Dr. Nicholas Hobbs spent his childhood summers in the Blue Ridge Mountains, hiking, swimming, and canoeing. Dr. Hobbs always had a love of these and other outdoor activities and they would later influence his work with children. He decided at an early age that he wanted to be a teacher. Hobbs held many teaching positions in his lifetime, mostly in the field of special education. He taught at the Teachers College, Columbia University, beginning in 1946, where he was in charge of the Clinical Psychology Training Program. He later noted that his time spent working at the Teachers College, Columbia University led him to many new ideas for working with disturbed children. To read more about the life and work of Dr. Nicholas Hobbs, click here.
Your Name

Your Email*

Recipient's Email*