Dr. Nicole Noffsinger-Frazier earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Sewanee, her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Memphis, and completed her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School. She is a licensed psychologist with advanced training in the treatment of patients with eating disorders, trauma-related disorders, and personality disorders. Since returning to Sewanee in 2010, she has served as Associate Dean of Health and Wellness overseeing the University Wellness Center and the Wellness Commons and has been a member of the psychology department, teaching a wide variety of courses including abnormal psychology, foundations of coaching and counseling psychology, and foundations of flourishing and well-being. Dr. Noffsinger-Frazier is the Primary Investigator for two federal grants: SAMHSA, Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grant, and the Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Grant. Her administrative, research, and clinical interests are rooted in prevention science and focused on the cultivation of student flourishing and well-being. She is passionate about helping all Sewanee students live into their authentic selves by identifying their unique sense of meaning and purpose while developing and practicing sustainable habits and strategies to foster lifelong happiness and health.