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Liz Hale to speak at 33rd Women's Conference

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KSL Television's resident shrink and food blogger "Jamie Cooks It Up" will headline USU Eastern's 33rd annual Women's Conference on Friday, April 13, in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. This year's theme is "Life is an Adventure."

Dr. Liz Hale, KSL Television and radio correspondent, is an expert in family and relationships. A former radio host of Bonneville's "Dr. Liz Hale Show," she has become a household name to many. As KSL Studio 5?s resident shrink, she discusses a wide variety of hot-topics ranging from sex to stress (sometimes in the same segment).

Dr. Liz is a transplant from Seattle, Wash., although "a few" years ago she was a college co-ed cheering for the Utah State Aggies. She holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from Seattle Pacific University and master's degrees in public administration and counseling from SU and Antioch University.

A licensed clinical psychologist and certified marriage & family therapist, Dr. Liz has practiced marriage counseling for over 20 years. She serves as chair of the Utah Commission on Marriage and is the spokesperson for the Stronger Marriage Campaign. Dr. Hale is an active member of, and highly involved in, the Utah Psychological Association.

Her podcasts and posts vary from fatal flirting, love texts, discovering what makes us happy, ending an argument, narcissists, mental health, mothers, parenting, success and time, marriage prep, finances, divorce, depression, to name a few.

While she has varied responsibilities, there is no place she would rather be than personally helping families in her downtown Salt Lake City private practice.

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