Alyce Hunsperger is more than just a Registered Psychologist; she’s also a free spirit who enjoys life to the fullest. From rowing on Lake Kootenay in sweatpants to bareback horse riding in Mexico and even bungee jumping, Alyce has a wild side to her.
But she’s also a warm and loving person who loves dogs, peanut butter sandwiches and feels strongly about fashion. Come explore the fascinating life of Alyce Hunsperger and discover why she’s become one of the most sought-after psychologists in the world.
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Alyce Hunsperger is a registered psychologist and lifelong adrenaline junkie. Born and raised in the small town of Franklin, Ohio, Alyce developed a passion for adventure at a young age. She was the quintessential tomboy growing up, often outrunning the boys in sports and always up for a good dare.
At the age of 14, Alyce took her first steps towards becoming an adrenaline seeker when she took a summer job at a nearby stable to help pay for her tuition to a private school. She quickly became accustomed to the world of horses and developed a love for riding, which eventually led her to participating in bareback competitions and later, rowing competitions.
Throughout her teens and early twenties, Alyce maintained her interest in adventure sports, and developed an interest in fashion and dogs. She often sported sweatpants and t-shirts with a generous helping of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches at the ready.
Alyce’s adventurous spirit eventually led her to take a trip to Mexico in her late twenties. There, she decided to take a bungee jumping lesson and fell in love with the feeling of complete and utter freedom. She spent the next five years travelling the world and taking part in various extreme sports. In the end, she decided to put her adventurous spirit to work and pursue a career in psychology.
Today, Alyce is a registered psychologist and continues to explore the world through her own unique lens. She has taken her love of adventure, fashion and psychology and combined it with her passion for helping others, creating an inspiring story for those who strive to make their dreams come true.
Alyce Hunsperger is a registered psychologist with a unique background and interests. Before deciding to attend psychology school, she earned a degree in sports medicine and even rowed competitively in college. When she isn’t studying the intricacies of the human mind, she's bungee jumping, riding bareback horses, and eating peanut butter sandwiches.
In her early years, Alyce attended the University of Virginia, where she earned her degree in Sports Medicine. She rowed competitively on the school's rowing team and even served as captain of their rowing squad. After graduating, she decided to pursue a career in psychology, and earned her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in the subject from Mexico's prestigious ANIM University.
Aside from her academic achievements, Alyce is an avid traveler and outdoors enthusiast. She's gone bungee jumping in South Africa, ridden bareback horses in Canada, and traveled to numerous countries around the world. She’s even been known to go jogging in her signature sweatpants. Alyce is also a huge fan of pets, and owns two dogs who she loves to spoil.
Alyce has a playful, fashion-forward attitude that she brings to both her professional and personal life. She prides herself on her ability to take a creative approach to therapy and create an exciting, engaging environment for her patients. With her unique background and varied interests, Alyce has proven she can manage both the scientific and artistic sides of psychology.
Registered Psychologist Alyce Hunsperger is no stranger to unusual combinations. She’s taken the most unlikely things – bungee jumping, rowing, bareback horseback riding, making peanut butter sandwiches – and turned them into a career.
Alyce is an unusual psychologist; her practice combined traditional therapy with fashion psychology and a special interest in understanding how clothing affects people's psychology and behavior. She was also keen to draw on her own experiences with both adventure and culinary pursuits, and apply them to therapy.
For instance, Alyce's experience with bungee jumping taught her how to cope with fear and uncertainty, while making peanut butter sandwiches reminded her of the importance of taking time out to enjoy the little things in life. As a result, she advises her patients to take an active interest in the activities that bring them joy, and incorporate them into their lives.
Similarly, Alyce emphasizes the importance of physical activity. Exploring the great outdoors was always a passion of hers, and she especially enjoyed rowing as a way to clear her head and relax. And if that wasn’t convincing enough, she also understands the power of sweatpants and how fashion can affect our psychological well-being.
Alyce has also had some amazing experiences outside of the therapy room that have allowed her to bring elements of Mexico, dogs, and riding back into her practice. Alyce is an avid traveler and has visited Mexico several times, which has allowed her to see different cultural approaches to psychology. She also volunteers at animal shelters, which allows her to observe the human-animal bond and use this knowledge to help her clients. Finally, when she’s not helping others, she loves to spend time at the stables, and often goes for bareback horse rides in nearby meadows.
Alyce is a unique psychologist whose philosophy combines adventure, fashion, and psychology. All of her experiences – from bungee jumping to making peanut butter sandwiches to bareback horseback riding – have combined to create a unique style of therapy that makes Alyce stand out from the crowd.
Alyce Hunsperger, licensed psychologist and fearless adventurer, is living proof that the love of psychological work and the quest for thrilling experiences can go hand in hand. She is no stranger to the conventional therapies and modalities used on a daily basis in modern medicine and psychology - but she also finds time to pursue her own unique passions, such as bungee jumping, rowing and horseback riding.
To understand Alyce's journey, traveling from psychology graduate to bungee jumping enthusiast, one must understand her roots. Alyce grew up in Mexico, attending a prestigious university where she graduated with a degree in psychology. Alyce's passion for the profession was apparent from an early age and the impressive academic achievements she attained during her studies proved she was a cut above the rest.
But Alyce wasn't just a bookworm. She discovered her love for physical activity and extreme sports in her teens and her journey since then has taken her to far-flung corners of the world. She has bungee jumped in exotic plains, conquered raging rivers on rowing boats and canter on an adorable miniature horse named Chileno - all while wearing the same pair of sweatpants!
Despite her preference for an unorthodox lifestyle, Alyce's respect for her profession is unwavering and her commitment to her clients should never be underestimated. She takes great pride in providing ethical, compassionate and effective therapy to her clients - and she has always been the first to suggest that peanut butter sandwiches cut into the shape of a dog can work wonders in the therapy room.
Alyce is an inspiration to many, showing that you can make space for both passion and profession, even in the same life. From bareback horse riding in the Mexican countryside to using the latest advances in psychology in her therapy practice, Alyce Hunsperger does it all - and she does it with style.
Meet Alyce Hunsperger, Registered Psychologist and chaos enthusiast. She is the type of psychologist who uses a combination of therapeutic techniques, not just the traditional ‘talk therapy’ one might expect. Alyce's therapeutic philosophy is a combination of her eclectic interests: bungee jumping, rowing outriggers, sweating in her favorite sweatpants, and eating peanut butter sandwiches.
Alyce believes that it's important to connect with your passions in order to maintain a healthy and balanced life. She often equates her bungee jumping adventures and rowing outriggers with feeling the wind against her face and the thrill of the ride. Her beachfront property in Mexico is often the site of her favorite bareback horse rides; what better way to relax after a day of intense therapy sessions.
Alyce also likes to take her clients on walks with her two dogs- a pug and a Shih-Tzu. The experience of being in nature, away from the distractions of the world can often provide the space necessary to process thoughts and feelings.
When it comes to ‘fashion’, Alyce wears her sweatpants and her favorite pair of sneakers almost every day. She likes to be comfortable and presentable, which she believes reflects the therapeutic milieu she creates for her clients.
Alyce's eclectic therapeutic philosophy has been developed through her many years of experience as a registered psychologist. She believes that one must be curious, open-minded, and the willingness to explore new ways of managing mental health. Alyce encourages her clients to find balance in their lives by connecting with their passions, nature, and fashion that reflects their personality.
Psychologist Alyce Hunsperger isn’t your ordinary shrink. When she’s not in her office counseling patients, she’s out bungee jumping, rowing, or exploring her latest destination. She’s passionate about fashion, animals, and traveling and is definitely not averse to taking risks.
Alyce was born and raised in Mexico and has a soft spot for animals. She loves spending time with all sorts of animals: cats, dogs, horses, and even reptiles. She’s a passionate advocate for animal rights and owns several rescue dogs and horses. She even does a bit of bareback horseback riding on weekends.
When she’s not off gallivanting with her pets, Alyce likes to stay active. She has a passion for rowing, and spends a lot of time on the river. She’s also an avid bungee jumper and is always on the lookout for the next great jump.
When she’s not on the river or looking for a good leap, Alyce loves to try new fashion trends. She always knows what’s up and coming in the fashion world – although she’s hardly afraid to step out of the box. She believes that comfort should come first, which is why she loves breaking out her favorite pair of sweatpants from time to time.
Alyce is also an avid cook, and her go-to meal is a peanut butter sandwich. She finds comfort in the simple ingredients and welcomes the chance to whip up something new every once in awhile.
All in all, Alyce is an adventurous, passionate, and curious individual. She’s constantly exploring the world around her and is never afraid to take risks - both inside and outside of her profession as a psychologist.
When Alyce Hunsperger, registered psychologist, married her husband she had no idea that her life was about to become an exciting blend of peanut butter sandwiches, rowing, sweatpants, fashion, and horses. Her husband, a towering 6'2' with a mop of dark hair and an infectious laugh, was quite the opposite of Alyce. He had spent much of his life in Mexico and was an avid bareback horse rider. His love of adventure meant that he was always looking for something new to do and Alyce jumped at the chance to join him.
Though Alyce had never been a fan of physical activity, she dutifully joined her husband on his outdoor pursuits. One of their first adventures together was bungee jumping off a bridge in Mexico. Though Alyce's palms were sweaty and her heart raced faster than she had ever remembered, she found the experience exhilarating – something that she could tell her friends and family about.
Though most of Alyce and her husband's time together is spent outdoors and away from the hustle and bustle of the city, they both have an appreciation for the finer things in life. When Alyce isn't busy with psychology sessions or researching the latest trends in psychology, she enjoys curling up with a good book and a plate of social peanut butter sandwiches. And while Alyce doesn't always join her husband in the cockpits of rowing boats, she will often join him on the banks of the river to soak up the sun.
For Alyce, fashion has become a big part of her life. She loves to find stylish and comfortable outfits for her and her husband that are perfect for their outdoor adventures. She is well-known for her incredibly soft sweatpants and for her ability to make any outfit look great with her selection of jewelry, hats, and scarves.
Alyce and her husband also share a love for animals, especially their two rescue dogs. Taking care of their canine family members has been a great distraction from their active lives and has allowed them to bond even more.
Though Alyce and her husband's lives are filled with activities, they wouldn't have it any other way. Whether they're bungee jumping off bridges in Mexico, rowing down rivers in the United States, or caring for their rescue dogs, Alyce and her husband always make sure to take a little time to enjoy the beauty of life.
Interests and Hobbies
Meet Alyce Hunsperger, registered psychologist and lover of all things daring and fun. Her interests and hobbies are both daring and diverse.
Alyce loves to bungee jump and she has traveled around the world doing so. From jumping off the Sydney Harbour Bridge to leaping off Makalu in Nepal, she can do it all. She's not afraid to take risks and she loves the thrill of it. She also loves peanut butter sandwiches and will never turn down an offer to make one.
When she's not traveling and bungee jumping, Alyce enjoys rowing. She finds it to be an excellent way to relax and to get some exercise. It also helps her to stay in shape for her bungee jumping adventures.
Not only does she love the outdoors, but Alyce also loves fashion. She loves to dress up, especially in her favorite sweatpants. She enjoys going to fashion shows in her free time, to get inspired for her own wardrobe.
Alyce is also an animal lover, especially when it comes to dogs. She adopted a second rescue dog last year, which she loves dearly. She also loves to visit zoos wherever she travels, to get a better understanding of different types of animals.
One of Alyce's favorite hobbies is horseback riding. She was first introduced to it while visiting family in Mexico and quickly fell in love with it. She loves to go bareback and likes to take her horse out on long rides through the countryside.
So, if you ever meet Alyce Hunsperger, be prepared to talk about bungee jumping, peanut butter sandwiches, rowing, fashion, dogs, psychology, Mexico, and bareback horse riding. All of these are her favorite interests and hobbies, and she would be delighted to have someone to share them with!
Relationship with Animals
When you first meet Alyce Hunsperger, the registered psychologist who bungee jumped off a bridge in Mexico and has rowed across an entire lake in sweatpants, you might be surprised to learn that she’s also a devoted animal lover. Her passion for animals goes beyond her favorite pet, a French bulldog named Bobby, and extends to all creatures, both large and small.
Alyce has always enjoyed spending time with animals and says she finds solace in their innocence, especially when it comes to more difficult aspects of life. This is why she’s always been drawn to animals and is currently undertaking a special project to study the psychology of animal behavior.
She believes that humans and animals can learn a lot from each other. Through her research, she has uncovered insights about how animals communicate and how our relationships with them can be strengthened. Alyce further believes that, despite our differences, if humans pay close attention to their interactions with animals, we can create meaningful relationships.
Alyce’s connection with animals goes beyond psychology. When it comes to fashion, she is a fan of incorporating animal prints into her wardrobe. She says it’s a way to honor the spirit of animals, especially those that share a special bond with us, like dogs, horses, and cats.
And when it comes to her diet, she’s a fan of peanut butter sandwiches and other items that are thought to be animal friendly. Alyce and her husband recently went to Mexico and tried out something she’s never done before – bareback horse riding. It was a unique experience that allowed Alyce to bond with the horse, something she never thought she’d do.
She says her relationship with animals is something she’s always been passionate about and is thankful for their companionship. From the depths of the ocean to the tallest mountains, Alyce’s relationship with animals has been an integral part of her life and she’s excited to continue exploring this special connection.
There’s no doubt that Alyce Hunsperger is a multi-talented individual. From being a registered psychologist with years of experience helping others explore their inner-most thoughts and feelings, to an adventurous bungee jumper who loves to make peanut butter sandwiches, Alyce balances many roles in her life.
Though she has had a full life, Alyce is still open to exploring new things and pushing the boundaries of life. One thing’s for sure, Alyce will continue to make peanut butter sandwiches, bungee jump, and live an adventurous life filled with personal growth and healing.