Susan Macey, PhD, LPC, CNC, Director of the Center for Counseling Families. She is an expert in obesity and trauma-related stressors. Dr. Macey uses a multifaceted approach to counseling, drawing from theoretical approaches such as cognitive behavioral theory, rapid resolution for trauma, and neuro-linguistic programming for lasting change. As a certified integrative nutritionist, Dr. Macey believes that nutrition is a cornerstone for healing the body and the mind. Nutritional therapies may be suggested in the form of dietary changes as well as supplements and amino acids.
Dr. Macey's research includes coping styles and weight loss surgery outcomes, and she is working on a study that measures mental health improvements as well as performance improvements over time using biologically correct lighting. She is the chief wellness officer for Antrospheres, an organization dedicated to improving the wellbeing of employees through well-building and employee initiatives. She has worked with area schools, community municipals, as well as the Navy, Marine Corps, adn the United Negro Foundation.
As an author and speaker, Dr. Macey has taught workshops and seminars for organizations both nationally and internationally. Her book Powerful Process, Positive Outcome is due out early 2017. Dr. Macey has authored workshops such as The Psychology of Overeating, Chatter that Doesn’t Matter, and Powerful Process, Positive Outcome. Her current book Keeping Weight off Forever is in a pilot and will be released early 2018.
On line blog: www.keepingweightoffforever.com