Physical well-being is an important component of emotional health, and for over two decades, Tracy Teipen has been devoted to helping people live healthier lives by promoting wholeness and strength in body, mind, and spirit.
Tracy earned a B.S. in Nursing from Indiana University in 1998 and spent much of her career at IU Health working in Pediatrics. During that time she served as a preceptor for the IU School of Nursing Capstone Program, as well as mentoring and leading various eating disorder support groups.
In 2012, Tracy decided to focus her career on fitness and nutrition, becoming a Certified Personal Trainer with a focus on weight management. She has helped people implement fitness plans, and provided instruction in nutrition and weight loss to help individual clients address their needs and meet their goals.
Tracy is a certified Christian Counselor, focusing her work at Care to Change with teens and adults who struggle with food and body image issues. She also helps clients develop a healthy eating plan that will support their emotional needs and goals. Tracy has a passion for educating and helping others develop a healthy relationship with food and their body and will soon be a facilitator for the Body Project. Tracy volunteers with several organizations including Hope Healthcare Services, Mentor Connect, and with the Hendricks County Medical Reserve Corps.
Tracy, her husband, and their four children reside in Avon.