Stacy Hobbs

Stacy Hobbs


Master’s degree in Nursing (MSN) from TTUHSC

Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2014 graduating Summa Cum Laude

Graduated from McLennan Community College with Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) in 2011

About Stacy Hobbs, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, Owner

Since 2018, I have had the opportunity to care for patients around the State of Texas. It has been my honor and privilege to treat them with care, love, and respect while delivering quality professional mental wellness services.

I have been married to the guy who totally “gets me” and can put up with all of my quirks- the love of my life- for 22 years and I have a 20-year-old, strong-willed, brilliant son who is the sunshine of my life. One of those quirks is my love for “school” supplies. My dad called me “Grace” because I’m so clumsy and it has carried on with my son and husband calling me the same.

I love binging on a good Netflix show, spending time in the sun, hiking, snow skiing, white water rafting, and looking for sharks’ teeth at the beach. I love when I’m able to work on our cattle ranch with my family. I am a self-proclaimed nerd.

In all of this, I love my patients!

Why I Love What I Do

As a young adult, I felt like I would never find joy again. Mental health and substance abuse affect our relationships, employment, finances, and self-worth. These difficulties made it even harder to find affordable services with quality providers. I never felt like I was heard or like I had a say in my treatment. Today, I take great pride in doing my best to meet every person where they are in the moment and make them feel heard and part of their own treatment team. I love watching people begin to feel better and take their life back. It is a great honor to be part of my patient’s lives, and I don’t take that for granted.


“Trauma Focused Screening and CBT with Adolescents Living with HIV in Swaziland: A Student Perspective” from Psych Congress 2018 from the TTHUSC School of Nursing

Meeting Challenges in Promoting Mental Health of Traumatized Adolescents Living With HIV in Eswatini: A School of Nursing, enter for Superheroes, Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative Clinics, & WHO Collaboration. American Psychiatric Nurses Association APNA 36th Annual Conference

TTUHSC PULSE Magazine – Read Article

Professional Accolades

  • 2018 Excellence in Nursing Award from TTUHSC (Selected out of all Bachelor’s and Master’s programs for nurses) and gave graduation Commencement Speech
  • 2019 TNP (Texas Nurse Practitioners) Rising Star Award for starting telehealth at Stages of Recovery
  • Developed and implemented a substance abuse detox for Cenikor, a leading national recovery organization that is now used across all of their facilities

Therapies Used

We use a holistic approach that covers aspects of lifestyle, including diet, exercise, supplements, medication, and many more personalized techniques that will increase your chances of optimal recovery.

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Trauma-Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
A mental health disorder is not merely a diagnosis. It is a condition to be delicately treated for your overall best health. Tele-Mental Health is a great way to be able to stay in your community and still receive quality confidential services. Caprock Alliance for Mental Wellness is committed to delivering the highest quality of mental health services in the Texas region through our award-winning mental health providers.
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