Expert Panel Discussion
Jan 30, 2019 11:30 AM
Body, Mind & Spirit
Expert Panel Discussion

Join Troy Rotary for our expert panel discussion where we'll discuss how to impact daily habits to help you create a stronger healthier body, a more resilient positive mindset and sustainable, sane habits.

Please pre-register for this very special luncheon $20

 

Meet our expert panel:

Amy Satterfield, owner Explore Yoga

Amy Satterfield (E-RYT, C-IAYT, CNT) is the owner of Explore Yoga located in Troy. As a Certified Yoga Therapist, Yoga Teacher & Studio Owner, Amy has had the unique opportunity to help people who are both young and old, healthy and in pain, stiff and flexible & strong and weak. She has worked with hundreds of Veterans as a Yoga Therapist at the Detroit Veterans Hospital as well as worked with local recovery & rehabilitation centers for those who have suffered in car accidents and other catastrophic injuries. Amy’s background in personal training and group fitness also gives her additional experience working with athletes and high level fitness enthusiasts.

 

Dr. Kristen G. Hurrell, Ph.D., PLLC                       

Dr. Kristen Hurrell received her Bachelor of Art’s from Michigan State University (2009), a Master’s of Art’s in Forensic Psychology from the Chicago Professional School of Psychology (2011), a Master’s of Art’s in Clinical Psychology (2014) and her Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Detroit Mercy (2017). Dr. Hurrell was the recipient of the University of Detroit Mercy’s Distinguished Clinical Practice award in 2017 for her contributions to clinical practice. She received her post-doctoral training at John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, where she specialized in interprofessional mental health and interdisciplinary collaboration, program development, and inpatient mental health. As a psychologist, Dr. Hurrell’s focus is on the individual treatment of adults (18 and up) in areas that include perinatal mental health, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, family conflict, parenting, grief, and adjustment. 

 

Dr. Carrie Nantais

Dr. Carrie Nantais is a clinical psychologist who works primarily in private practice in Ferndale, MI, as well as an adjunct professor in the Clinical Psychology department at University of Detroit Mercy. She also has a Master of Divinity degree from Boston College, with emphases in moral theology and spiritual direction. Dr. Nantais' clinical areas of interest include trauma and moral injury, grief and loss, maternal prenatal and postpartum care, and spirituality integration into psychotherapy.  Dr. Nantais has also written on a variety of family topics, such as pre-marriage preparation and parenting through a peace-justice lens.  She lives in Midtown Detroit with her husband and two active sons.