Scott SilveiraExercise Physiologist, M.S., M.A., ACSM-RCEP, Ph.D. Student
Jenny MoselyFitness Supervisor (NASM-CPT & Registered Yoga Teacher)
Rob CookCertified Life Coach, Personal Trainer and Speaker
Erika WongRegistered Dietitian, M.S.
Emmaline RasmussenRegistered Dietitian, M.S.
Therese FarrellRegistered Dietitian, M.S.
Samantha JohnsonWellness Chef
Julie FruminLife Balance Counselor, LMFT, M.S. Clinical Psychology
Cyndi HorwitzLife Balance Counselor, LMFT, M.S Clinical Psychology
Dr. Heather McCloskey BeckEnergy Healer, Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Life Transitions Coach, Ph.D.
Dr. Marc MilsteinLecturer, Ph.D.
Sam A. Kashani | M.D., Sleep Medicine
Dr. Sam A. Kashani is a board-certified Sleep Medicine specialist who practices at UCLA Health. His clinical interests include chronic insomnia, pediatric sleep disorders, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, parasomnias and the associations between sleep, obesity and metabolic health. Dr. Kashani completed his residency at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Southern California, where he worked with the medically underserved population of San Bernardino County with plans of becoming a primary care physician. Upon completing his residency, he chose to pursue his interest in Sleep Medicine and completed fellowship in Sleep Medicine at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.
Edith Matilda Moses | M.A., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Art Therapist and Art Healer
Edith’s mission is to create a safe space for her clients, a space where they can express themselves verbally and nonverbally through art making. The art serves to reveal unconscious material that may otherwise remain unknown and helps deepen the therapeutic process. You do not need any artistic skills to participate in art therapy. Edith ensures her clients feel seen and heard, which she believes paves the path towards growth, self-awareness, insight and healing.
Dr. Robert Maurer | Lecturer, Ph.D.
A published author, academic and lecturer, Dr. Maurer’s work focuses on how individuals, families and organizations sustain their excellence in health, relationships and work. His work as a clinical psychologist has resulted in an extensive series of programs designed to meet the challenges of building and sustaining excellence and wellbeing. Dr. Maurer is the founder of The Science of Excellence, a consulting firm. A Los Angeles Times article profiled Dr. Maurer’s seminars on creativity. His book on creativity and change, entitled, One Small Step Can Change Your Life, was published in the fall of 2004 and is now in fourteen languages.