Dr. Kelly Wosnik, NP-C

Dr. Kelly Wosnik is a board-certified family nurse practitioner of 20 years. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Brigham Young University and her doctorate at the University of Utah. She founded Bristol Health, a mental health clinic in Orem, Utah, in 2015, which recently treated their 17,000th patient.

In addition to her mental health practice, Dr. Wosnik is the founder and Executive Director of CCD Smiles, a non-profit organization that helps those with her rare birth defect Cleidocranial Dysplasia. She enjoys her friendship with actor Gaten Matarazzo, who also has CCD. Together they are passionate about the purpose and mission of CCD Smiles: Improving the lives of individuals with Cleidocranial Dysplasia through connections, awareness, research, education, and support.

Gaten Matarazzo

Known for his memorable portrayal of Dustin on the fan favorite Netflix series Stranger Things, Gaten Matarazzo has solidified his place as a breakthrough actor of his generation. When he is not filming, the 21-year-old devotes his time to raising awareness about cleidocranial dysplasia – a condition that affects the development of bones and teeth. With the help of Dr. Wosnik, Gaten launched CCD Smiles. Gaten aspires to further explore his talents by venturing into directing, aiming to leave an indelible mark on the world of theater.



Kathleen Bogart, PhD

Dr. Bogart earned a Ph.D. from Tufts University and an M.A. from San Francisco State University. She currently serves as an associate professor of psychology at Oregon State University. Her research focuses on the psychosocial implications of living with disability, rare disorders, and craniofacial differences.

In addition to her work in academia, Dr. Bogart is co-founder of the Disability Advocacy and Research Network (DARN) for disabled psychologists and allies. Dr. Bogart’s blog, Disability is Diversityis featured in Psychology Today.