Jodie Eckleberry Hunt PhD

Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt, Ph.D., completed a bachelor's degree in psychology at Eastern Illinois University, master's amd doctoral degrees in counseling psychology at Indiana State University. She completed a primary health care psychology post-doctoral fellowship with Michigan State University - McLaren Regional Medical Center in Flint in 2000. Her clinical specialties include geriatrics, end-of-life issues, adjustment to chronic disease and physician wellness. She is an associate professor at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. Dr. Eckleberry-Hunt enjoys fitness and travel.

Diane Landosky RN

Diane Landosky, R.N., began her nursing career over 30 years ago in a small rural hospital in Michigan's upper peninsula. She obtained her nursing associate's degree at Delta College and her bachelor's degree in nursing from Saginaw Valley State University. She has worked in multiple departments in inpatient and ambulatory settings gaining a well-rounded knowledge of nursing. Diane has worked at Beaumont since 1989 and joined the Family Medical Center as a nursing supervisor in 1999. She is an avid boater and enjoys all forms of travel and spending time with her family.

Ann Van Dyke, Ph.D. ABPP

Anne Van Dyke, Ph.D., ABPP, earned her bachelor's degree in education from Western Michigan University. Her doctoral degree in educational and Clinical psychology was earned through Wayne State University. Dr. Van Dyke served a fellowship in primary care health psychology at Michigan State University-Genesys, St Joseph Hospital in Flint. Dr. Van Dyke joined the faculty in 1994 as director of Behavioral Medicine. She is an associate professor at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. Her health psychology interests include coping with medical illness, adjustment to chronic illness, and women's health. She enjoys traveling, reading, sports, and time spent with family and friends.