Dr. Wendy Oliver-Pyatt is a world-leading expert on eating disorder treatment and founded five distinct treatment programs, including Galen Hope. A board-certiﬁed psychiatrist with over 25 years of medical and clinical experience, she is known for her innovative, humane, and dignity-enhancing approach to medically and psychiatrically thorough care. Her unique treatment approach delves into the underlying issues that place a person at risk for mental health conditions, leading them to healing, health, and inner peace.
Wendy received her specialty training at New York University-Bellevue Hospital and has held faculty positions at New York University, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, and University of Nevada School of Medicine, where she first developed her passion as a mentor and educator. She is a Fellow of the Academy for Eating Disorders and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, has served on the Joint Commission’s Advisory Committee, and has received U.S. Senatorial Recognition for her commitment to the mental health treatment community. She co-authored AED Guidelines for Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs and initiated Weight Stigma Awareness Week.
Described by colleagues as warm and wise, Dr. Oliver-Pyatt matches her comprehensive training with an unwavering belief in compassionate and scientiﬁcally sound treatment.
Dr. Amy Boyers has run a private practice since 2001, providing therapy to adolescents and adults with a focus on women’s health, eating disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, and behavioral medicine. She opened Boyers Recovery Support Services to address the needs of clients who require more intensive outpatient support. Between the two, she has been able to treat individuals in their homes and in the community, keeping them out of treatment centers or helping them successfully stabilize after a residential stay.
After graduating with honors in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, Amy was awarded a prestigious U.S. Department of Defense psychological research fellowship at the University of Miami where she completed her master’s and doctoral degrees. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Miami Counseling Center and her post-doctoral residencies at University of Miami Department of Psychology and The Renfrew Center. She is adjunct faculty at the University of Miami Counseling Center and was the founding president of the Miami Chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals.
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