Michelle Rawls, RN

Michelle Rawls is currently the Director of Nursing at Center for Change. She began her nursing career in Southern California where she earned her degree with highest honors and was the top of her class at San Bernardino Valley College in 2007. Then she began working at Loma Linda Children’s Hospital on the Pediatric Intensive…

Robert W. Clark, SPHR

Robert Clark joined the team at Center for Change in 1998 with more than two decades’ worth of experience in general management and human resource management. He received his master’s degree in international relations from Brigham Young University and worked for 10 years in the international software industry. The director of regional operations for WordPerfect…

Heather Finley, RD, CEDRD

Heather is a registered dietitian and CEDRD in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area and has been treating eating disorders in private practice for the last five years in addition to her marketing and outreach experience. Heather received her degree in dietetics at Texas Christian University, where she also completed her masters in Sports Psychology and Kinesiology….

Shanna Nerdin, RN, BSN

Shanna graduated with a BSN degree from Brigham Young University and found her first love in nursing in the emergency department of Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. After working in the ER for 15 years, Shanna transitioned to the residential treatment arena, and then on to Center For Change. Since 2007, she has been a…

P. Scott Richards, PhD

P. Scott Richards is a licensed psychologist and a full professor of counseling psychology at Brigham Young University as well as the Director of Research for the Center for Change. Dr. Richards received his PhD in counseling psychology in 1988 from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and he has extensive research training and experience….

LeAnne W. Tolley, MSK, CIAYT

LeAnne Tolley began working as a yoga teacher at the Center for Change in 2001. She received her Masters Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Psychology and is currently the Director of Experiential Therapies. Her background in Complementary Alternative Medicine has allowed LeAnne to combine her training in anatomy and physiology with her experience as a…

Kathy Spencer

Kathy Spencer has been with the Center for Change since 2007, starting as a care technician and loving the opportunity to work directly with the clients. She is now the Direct Care Manager of 50+ care technicians. A graduate of Brigham Young University in 2009 with a degree in dietetics, Kathy is currently attending the…

Jennifer Gill, RD, CEDRD-S

Jennifer Gill graduated from Brigham Young University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in dietetics. Since then, she has worked in many areas in the field of dietetics over the past 24 years including eating disorders, research, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, food allergies and HIV/AIDS. Jennifer worked as the first dietitian at the Center for Change…

Drew Ellsworth, RN, MSN

Drew Ellsworth received his master’s degree in nursing from Weber State University and has been with the Center since its inception in 1996. He has also worked for a leading Intermountain Home Health & Hospice provider as an RN case manager for many years, providing care for those with a medical surgical intervention need specializing…

Tamara Bingham Noyes

Tamara Bingham Noyes joined Center for Change as the Business Development Director in August 2007. She came to the role with extensive experience in the behavioral healthcare industry, including specialization in insurance funding. She has demonstrated remarkable results in improving program census, broadening referral bases and maximizing client relations. She enjoys golfing, traveling and spending…

Pam Kidd

Pam Kidd has worked at the Center for Change since November 1999, bringing 20 years of customer service experience to her role and having received awards for her excellent service. She began her employment at Center for Change in public relations and marketing before moving to her current position as Admissions Director. In her free…

Melissa Taylor, LMFT, CEDS-S

Melissa Taylor received her master’s degree from the University of Kentucky in marriage and family therapy, discovering early in her career that she had a passion for eating disorder recovery work. As the Director of Clinical Services, Melissa coordinates with each of the clinical directors to ensure the care and treatment provided at CFC is…

Julie B. Clark, PhD, Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Clark is one of the co-founders of Center for Change. She received her PhD in Counseling Psychology with a minor in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University in August 1984. She received a Masters Degree in School Psychology in 1981 from Brigham Young University. Dr. Clark has specialized in women’s issues for…

Michael E. Berrett, PhD, CEDS, Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Michael E. Berrett is CEO, Executive Director and co-founder of Center for Change. He has spent more than three decades working with those suffering from eating disorders and co-authored or contributed to several books on the topic, including the APA book Spiritual Approaches in the Treatment of Women with Eating Disorders, and Spiritual Renewal:…

Jeff Anderson, Chief Financial Officer

Jeff Anderson is one of the co-founders and partners of Center for Change. He received a degree in Hospitality Management and has extensive experience in business management, covering a wide range of industries from restaurants and hotels to entertainment venues and computers. His work with Novell/WordPerfect has given him the computer-based knowledge for the design,…

Nicole Hawkins, PhD, CEDS-S, Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Hawkins is a clinical psychologist and is the Chief Executive Officer at Center for Change. She is a specialist in eating disorders and body image and has provided clinical expertise at Center for Change since 1999. Dr. Hawkins developed a comprehensive body image program that focuses on the media, diet industry, plastic surgery, childhood…