Mr. Erik Swayne is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a dual Bachelors in Education and Psychology. He also served in the United States Marine Corps while completing his undergraduate studies. He later obtained a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a Licensed Master of Clinical Social Work. He is a Certified Life Coach through Wales Life Coaching Institute and the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as well as a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers. His clinical background includes treatment for substance abuse, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, individual, group, and family therapy. Mr. Swayne is also an avid runner and cyclist having completed a solo coast to coast 26 day bike ride for charity in November 2013. Mr. Swayne is a passionate and an extremely disciplined athlete. He is most interested in sharing the knowledge he has acquired through his professional and personal experience to help find healthier solutions for his clients.


“Several members of my close family have had very serious health complications such as diverticulitis, cardiac related illness, obesity and diabetes. These instances have resulted in debilitating symptoms that have prevented a normal level of daily functioning including the ability to work, walk around outside, or to even get around their own house unassisted. There has been one common factor between them all and that has been diet.

My Life experience compliments my professional training and provides me with the insight and real world knowledge that I need to best guide my clients in the transition to a new life(style). What makes me the happiest is my ability to share my knowledge and teach the skills needed to manage a healthier lifestyle within the confounds of a person’s daily responsibilities. My hope is that I can help you.”