Hyer Wellness was founded by Evyn Greenberg and Kristin Solberg, built from a dynamic partnership rooted in a passion for helping people live their best lives. Evyn and Kristin come from varied, but complimentary backgrounds and have teamed up to bring the Central Florida market and beyond, a service that meets people where they are, provides them tangible tools to make the changes, and support to build a strong foundation for living their best life. We use a person-centered approach to honor the uniqueness of each client and hold space in a way that allows our clients to feel empowered, heard, and capable. Whether you’re struggling with day to day stress, low self-esteem, feeling stuck, experiencing the lingering effects of trauma, or just want to feel happier, we can help!
Evyn Greenberg, MBA, MA, NCC, CEO
Evyn spent 15 years in the healthcare sector building and leading home-based care companies in partnership with large hospital systems. She has a passion for people, business, and organizational culture focusing on the intersect and has a unique way of engaging and prioritizing people in order to maximize profits and company success. Evyn retired from the corporate healthcare sector in 2021 to focus on helping people and is delighted to be able to bring her people and leadership skills to serve both individuals and organizations. Evyn has a passion for leadership development, employee engagement, and organization culture with a proven track record of improving financial performance and employee satisfaction for the companies that have partnered with her.
Evyn graduated from Rolling College in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts and majored in Anthropology. She then obtained her Master’s in Business Administration in 2010 with a focus on leadership from Crummer Graduate School of Business. In 2015, she became a certified health coach through Duke University’s Integrative Medicine Program and in 2022 completed additional wellness coach training through the Mayo Clinic. Evyn is also a Master Certified Professional Life Coach and has provided coaching and leadership development training for the past decade to individuals and organizations. After working as an executive in the healthcare field for the last 15 years, she is happy to have transitioned to the mental health sector to focus on her passion and dedicate her time to helping others. Most recently, she graduated with her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University and has become a Nationally Certified Counselor.
Kristin Solberg, LCSW, CEDS
Kristin Solberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Qualified Clinical Supervisor with the State of Florida and has been a credentialed therapist for nearly 20 years. Kristin received her BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Delaware and began working in the Juvenile Justice system. After completing her Masters in Social Work (MSW) at the University of Central Florida, Kristin began her career working with adolescents in residential therapeutic treatment as well as the juvenile detention center. Kristin continued working with adolescents and their families and opened her private practice in 2012.
Kristin specializes in providing therapy for teenagers and adults, primarily utilizing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to help clients learn to regulate intense emotions and decrease impulsive and self-destructive behaviors. Kristin also utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT); her intention is to help clients achieve a more balanced lifestyle. Kristin is committed to helping people build up their self-worth and move towards creating a life that is worth living and feels more meaningful. Kristin is also a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) and utilizes many of these same modalities to help clients move towards recovery.
Kristin is passionate about providing parent-coaching to guide parents and loved ones to discover and utilize more effective skills and approaches to help move clients towards self-regulation and independence.
Kristin also is a Certified Life Coach. Her holistic approach brings clarity, direction, and positive support for clients. Kristin helps clients live their best lives by identifying where growth is desired, setting goals and objectives, and holding space and accountability to foster growth and change.
Areas of Focus: Adolescent struggles, Self-worth and Self-confidence, Boundaries, Identity Issues, Women’s issues, Anxiety, Borderline Personality Disorder, Self-Injurious Behaviors, Relational Trauma and Eating Disorders.
Kristin also is a Certified Life Coach. Her holistic approach brings clarity, direction, and positive support for clients. Kristin helps clients live their best lives by identifying where growth is desired, setting goals and objectives, and holding space and accountability to foster growth and change. Kristin completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Delaware with a major in Criminal Justice and completed her graduate degree at the University of Central Florida with a Masters Degree in Social Work and a certificate in addictions. She also serves on the board of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professional Foundation (IAEDP).
Areas of Focus: Adolescent struggles, Self-worth and Self-confidence, Identity Issues, Women’sissues, Anxiety, Borderline Personality Disorder, Self-Injurious Behaviors, Relational Trauma and Eating Disorders.
Mary Shimmel, Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern
Mary was first interested in becoming a mental health counselor when she started attending counseling as a young teenager. She found herself fascinated by the deep questioning and the one on one time that revolved around mental health. Through digging deeper into her story and mental well-being, she became sold on how powerful the process of counseling is. Fast forward to today, she has a front row seat in helping others with this process, and it gives her so much joy.
Mary’s primary goal is for clients to feel known, safe, and accepted. Each client is invited to share their story at their own timing and with their personal level of comfort. Mary values feedback and sees counseling as a collaborative process with her clients.
Mary’s specialties include: self-esteem, boundaries, anxiety, depression, ADHD, familial conflict, trauma, complex trauma, and emotional trauma/abuse. She enjoys working with all ages…however, her specialty is working with adolescents and young adults. She is trained in play therapy, expressive arts therapy, and trauma therapy. Mary is also trained in Gottman Level 1 couple’s therapy. Mary looks forward to engaging her clients in this process, getting their feedback, and adjusting along the way.
Mary is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern. She was born in Orlando, Florida and has been here
since. She attended the University of Central Florida for her undergraduate degree, taught elementary school for six years, and then eventually decided to continue her education at Palm Beach Atlantic University to
pursue her Masters of Science in counseling. She graduated with her master’s in clinical Mental Health
Counseling with a concentration in trauma, which gives her a strong background of trauma-informed care to crisis and trauma survivors. Mary considers herself a life-long learner and is currently being trained in EMDR, which she is excited to offer the clients soon.