COVID-19 Appointment Update

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 virus, as well as in light of recent local, state, federal, and regulatory agency recommendations, Nye Psychotherapy will be offering telepsychology services starting Saturday, March 21. Current clients with scheduled appointments will proceed in this fashion at that time. Watch your inbox for an email invitation for your appointment soon. New clients will need to be assessed for appropriateness for this kind of treatment. Please call for more information. Thank you for your patience and stay well!

Stacey Nye, PhD

Nye Psychotherapy is a private, outpatient mental health clinic providing evaluation, treatment and consultation in the treatment of eating disorders, depression, anxiety and women’s issues. Our cutting-edge, solution-focused approach ensures high quality and expert care. 

Dr. Stacey Nye, clinical psychologist, is best known for her expertise in eating and body image disorders. Having been in practice for over two decades, she also specializes in depression, anxiety, and relationship concerns. She is regarded as a skilled clinician, with a passionate and inspiring style. 

Dr. Nye divides her time between clinical practice, training, public speaking and writing. She is a Clinical Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and Director of the Psychology Clinic, a training clinic for clinical psychology PhD students. Dr. Nye also conducts professional and non-professional seminars, trainings, conference presentations and workshops. Her talks are both motivational and educational. 

Additionally, Dr. Nye has authored dozens of book chapters, research papers, journal articles, and blog posts. She also served on the editorial board for the Eating Disorder Journal of Treatment and Prevention, a national eating disorder journal.

  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • Chronic/Yo-yo Dieting
  • Body Image Concerns
  • Compulsive Exercise
  • Body Dysmorphic Disorder
  • Clinical Perfectionism
  • Assertiveness
  • Depression
  • Relationship and
    Self-Esteem Issues
  • Anxiety