Dr. Lyn Shroyer is the owner and founder of glow–glorious lifestyle • optimal weight. She is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Specializing in food and weight issues for over 30 years, Lyn’s area of expertise covers the full spectrum of disordered eating including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Binge-eating Disorder, Emotional/Compulsive eating, Orthorexia, and Pre and Post Bariatric Surgery psychological consultations.

Dr. Lyn’s interest in health and wellness began in 1983 as a Registered Nurse in a Coronary Care Unit. She has worked in two hospital-based eating disorder programs, Radar Institute of Denver, Colorado and Sanford Hospital, where she was one of the primary consulting therapists and was active in developing the family support group. Lyn was on the Executive Board for the Growing Health Initiative from 2004-2009. (A community wide program focused on decreasing childhood obesity and improving lifestyles through healthy eating and physical activity.) Dr. Lyn received her Doctorate in Educational Psychology and Counseling from the University of South Dakota and has been practicing as a Licensed Psychologist since 1993. She has been in a private practice for over 20 years, with a primary focus on treating food and weight issues.

Always a foodie, Lyn loves to cook, experiment with recipes, and feed/nourish others. She enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time in nature. Central in her life are her faith, family and friends.





Doctorate in Educational Psychology and Counseling
University of South Dakota
Date Issued: 1992

Masters of Arts in Counseling
University of South Dakota
Date Issued: 1988

Bachelor of Arts – Psychology Major
University of Sioux Falls
Date Issued: 1986

Associate Degree – Registered Nurse
Western Iowa Tech Community College
Date Issued: 1983



Licensed Psychologist
Licensed by: South Dakota Board of Examiners for Psychologists
Date Issued: 1993

Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
Certified by: Institute of Integrative Nutrition
Date Issued: 2015



American Psychological Association