Imagine working full-time as a Clinical Psychologist, teaching Ethics for Saybrook University’s College of Mind-Body Medicine, and working at the United States Olympic Education Center (USOEC) with Olympic hopeful athletes on the Speed-skating, Weightlifting, Women’s Freestyle Wrestling, and Men’s Greco Roman Wrestling Teams. Heather Dermyer rarely has a day off, yet she enjoys every minute of her busy and productive life.
In addition to living a dynamic professional life, Heather is also dedicated to her own self-care. At age 17 Heather suffered severe physical injuries from an accident that left her unable to walk. After four and one half years of specialists, procedures, and physical therapy, the medical community told her there was nothing else that they could do for her pain.