Kristin began working for Center for Change in 2008 as a care tech while earning her master’s degree in clinical social work from Brigham Young University.
Aislinn hails from Canada and completed her Master's Degree at Brigham Young University in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Lauren completed her Master’s Degree and is currently finishing her PhD at Brigham Young University in Marriage & Family Therapy.
Liz completed her undergraduate schooling at Brigham Young University, receiving a degree in Anthropology with a minor in Military Science. She then completed her Masters degree in Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth Universit
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Sarah Hubbard is a licensed clinical psychologist who has focused her career on treatment for individuals with eating disorders. She earned her Ph.D.
Therapist-Outpatient Clinical Director
Clinical Services Director-Psychologist
Executive Director-Chief Executive Officer-Psychologist
(Children, Adolescents, Adults: Depression, Anxiety, Abuse Recovery, Sexual Deviancy, Trauma)
Coping With A Loved Ones' Eating Disorder During the Holidays
For most people, the holiday season is a wonderful time of year. It is often a time of family reunion, socializing, and celebration – a time when families, friends, and coworkers come together to share good will and good food. Yet, for those who suffer with eating disorders, this is often the worst time of the year.
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