Wendy received her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Counseling Psychology from Colorado State University. She has significant experience working with adults, adolescents and their families in residential, inpatient and outpatient settings, treating a variety of psychological issues. As an eating disorder specialist, Wendy has conducted research and provided numerous presentations regarding eating disorders, self-harm and related behaviors. In addition, she has served as Director of the Adolescent Residential Eating Disorders Program at the River Centre Clinic and Staff Psychologist at both Avalon Hills Residential Eating Disorders Program and Center for Change Eating Disorder Treatment Program.
Nicole graduated from Brigham Young University with her Bachelor of Science in Dietetics. It was during her internship rotation at Avalon Hills Residential Eating Disorders Program that she realized her passion for the treatment of eating disorders. Nicole has since had the pleasure of counseling a number of patients on how to eat intuitively, find satisfaction in all foods, and regain trust in and love for their bodies. Nicole is receiving training from Elyse Resch, RD, co-author of Intuitive Eating: A Revoluationary Program that Works. In addition, she is in the process of receiving certification as a sports dietitian.