Dr. Denise Styer
Denise M. Styer, PsyD, GLCC, earned her Doctor of Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago with a degree in clinical psychology. Dr. Styer has 16+ years of experience in leadership roles and over 20+ years of experience working with eating disorders, nonsuicidal self-injury, trauma, and suicide risk/assessment/prevention. She is the Education Chair for the Heartland iaedp Chapter. Dr. Styer has been published in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Psychiatry Research, and The Prevention Researcher. She has co-authored chapters in Grossman & Walfish’s Translating Psychological Research into Practice; Claes & Muehlenkamp’s Non-Suicidal Self-Injury in Eating Disorders: Advancements in Etiology and Treatment; and Washburn’s Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Advances in Research & Practice, 1st Edition. Dr. Styer is a co-author of the book “Self-Injury: Simple Answers to Complex Questions”.