Dr. Wolfe trained at McGill University in Canada and the University of California Santa Barbara, and completed post-doctoral work at the University of New Mexico. She has lectured nationally, published in both the professional and popular press, and designed wellness programs in a variety of corporate and health settings.
For fun, Dr. Wolfe volunteers for the local high-school science fair, enjoys family and friends, and spends as much time as possible at the dance studio where she and her husband know they’ve had a perfect evening if, at the end of it, their feet hurt like crazy!
A native New Mexican, Dr. Melady enjoys exploring our beautiful state as well as the rest of the U.S. Her explorations typically involved hiking, and writing short stories about her travels in the Southwest.
Ms. Reineke graduated from the University of New Mexico and interned at Rush Presbyterian St-Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago. Since 1990 she has run a successful part-time consulting practice in Albuquerque assisting facilities to meet JCAHO and other state regulations, and providing both inpatient and outpatient services — with a special emphasis on the treatment of eating disorders.
She currently works at the University of New Mexico Hospital as a CDE and dietitian for patients of UNM and on the adult cystic fibrosis team. She is actively involved in local and state professional organizations. In her spare time she likes to read, garden, sew and take photos of her travels.
The Institute provides practicum opportunities for advanced Clinical Psychology and Counseling graduate students. Practicum participants co-facilitate the three-hour IOP sessions with Institute clinicians and occasionally, with patient permission, observe individual sessions.