nye@uwm.edu

(414) 229-2488

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Dr. Stacey Nye is a clinical psychologist who divides her time between clinical practice and training. She is a Clinical Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and Director of the Psychology Clinic, a training clinic for clinical psychology PhD students. She oversees the functioning of the clinic and supervises the graduate students in the Eating Disorders and CBT Clinics.
In her clinical practice in Mequon, she specializes in eating disorders, body image, depression and anxiety. She delivers individual, family and group psychotherapy utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments for adult and adolescent clients. Dr. Nye practices a non-diet, Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size perspective.
Dr. Nye has provided numerous workshops and professional seminars on eating disorders, body image and Health at Every Size for local and national academic organizations. Dr Nye has also served on the editorial board for a national eating disorder journal and has published and edited many articles and blogs on the treatment of eating disorders.
Dr. Nye earned her doctorate degree at Northwestern University Medical School. She completed a two-year internship at Cornell Medical Center/New York Hospital. She is a member of many professional organizations and is a Founding Fellow with the Academy for Eating Disorders.