Celeste Hobbs graduated with a BA in Music from Southeast Missouri State University, in Cape Girardeau, and then completed her Music Therapy Equivalency at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has been a Board Certified Music Therapist since 1997, and has worked with children with special needs, children and adults with autism, as well as adolescents in a psychiatric setting. Celeste lives with her family in Arnold, MO, which includes her husband, daughter, son, and two dogs. She enjoys singing with the St. Louis Chamber Chorus, acting in local community theater, and reading.
“I believe that pregnancy, as well as the actual birth process, are a gift that a lot of women, and their partners, do not realize they have been blessed with. This is truly the most important time in a child’s development and the most important time for bonding between parent and child. All pregnant women deserve to be given support, education, respect, and empowerment.”
Celeste is a mentor for the Pregnancy Mentoring Program and is a Music Therapy Assisted Childbirth specialist.