Paige has a B.A. in Human Performance and Wellness with an Emphasis in Exercise Science from Colorado Mesa University, and a Masters of Social Work from Colorado State University. While at CMU she ran NCAA cross country and she continues to compete in local mid-distance running competitions. She has over 18 years of experience in the sports and fitness industry as an athletic trainer in an intercollegiate athletic training room, an electrocardiograph technician and telemetry monitor at the Heart Center of the Rockies, as a personal trainer within multiple fitness clubs, and as a youth sports instructor and coach. Paige has also worked within the health and human service industry for over 12 years as a welfare eligibility and case management technician, social welfare program director and as of current a licensed clinical social worker in sports. She sees athletes in person in both Steamboat Springs Colorado and Seattle Washington and has been working with athletes all over the world via telehealth-video conferencing for the last 6 years.
She is member of the Gamma Beta Phi National Collegiate Honor Society through the CSU Food Science and Nutrition Department and the CSU School of Social Work Phi Alpha Chapter: Theta Pi National Collegiate Honor Society. Paige is a doctoral candidate earning her Doctorate and PhD of Integrative Medicine and will graduate in 2020. Paige is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Colorado and a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker Associate in the State of Washington. She is a Certified Light Therapist through The Board of Advanced Natural Health Sciences (BANHS). She is a member of Brainspotting International, holds all four levels of certification in Brainspotting, Masters Certificate in Brainspotting and is a Certified Brainspotting Practitioner. She is trained in effective communication tactics and conflict resolution as a mediator. In addition, Paige is a member of The American Academy of Neurology and an ambassador for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, and volunteers with the Sick Not Weak Initiative. Paige also has NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) training as a Sports Performance Expansion Specialist, Cognitive Corrective Exercise Specialist, and training in Trigger Point and Self Myo-fascial Release Techniques. Paige has worked with multiple sports disciplines within multiple levels including National athletes, NCAA, high school and middle school athletes.