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Family Based Treatment Providers USA, Australia, Canada, Denmark, and Germany
★Therapists certified in family-based treatment by the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders are designated by a star. The Institute offers different levels of training for those interested in FBT. A two-day training conveys the basic principles of FBT. Therapists can go on to pursue certification, which includes 25 hours of supervision and case reviews.
Some therapists offer FBT without going through the certification. And not all certified therapists offer FBT in every case. Feel free to ask any treatment provider for his or her training in FBT and philosophy about using it.
Saba Mansoor, M.D. Jamie Picus, Psy.D. 8800 E. Raintree Dr., #130 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 (480) 609-0001
Lora Smitham, PhD Licensed Psychologist Clear Horizons Counseling 1007 E Warner Rd, Ste 105 Tempe AZ 85284
Cristina L. Shaw, PhD, LCSW Eating Disorder Program Coordinator St. Bernards Counseling Center 615 E. Matthews Suite A Jonesboro, AR 72401 (870) 930-9090 For children and adolescents I provide Maudsley based family therapy. In addition to traditional Maudsley, I also provide DBT skills coaching for the patient and family when appropriate. The ED program at St. Bernards Hospital provides comprehensive evidenced based care for children, adolescents and adults. The pediatric track is Maudsley based and the adult track is DBT based with an IOP.
Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Stanford University Medical Center 725 Welch Road Palo Alto, California 94304 (650) 498-4468 Information
★ James Lock, MD, PhD (Training Institute co-founder)
★ Kara Fitzpatrick, PhD (Training Institute faculty)
★ Athena Robinson, PhD
Dr. James Lock's program, utilizing family-based treatment for eating disorders. Dr. Lock is co-author of the definitive books on family-based treatment, along with Dr. Daniel le Grange.
University of California San Diego Medical Center Eating Disorder Treatment Center 4510 Executive Drive, Suite 315 San Diego, CA 92121 (858) 534-8019 http://eatingdisorders.ucsd.edu ★Kerri Boutelle, PhD ★Roxanne Rockwell, MA UCSD's program, under the direction of Dr. Walter Kaye, offers a 5-day intensive family therapy program in addition to outpatient treatment. Visit the program website here. Read the Maudsley Parents article about this 5-day intensive program here.
Stephanie Knatz, Ph.D. 8950 Villa la Jolla Drive Suite A-218 San Diego, CA 92037 (858) 461-9815
Dr. Knatz is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of childhood and adolescent weight and eating issues. Dr. Knatz completed her internship and post-doctoral training at the UCSD Eating Disorder Treatment Center under Dr. Walter Kaye, where she received direct training and supevision from Dr. Ivan Eisler, principal architect of the Maudsley method, and Dr. Kerri Boutelle, certified FBT trainer. In addition to private practice, she leads the UCSD Intensive Family Treatment Program and is involved in ongoing research to develop novel treatments for individuals with eating disorders. Dr. Knatz provides Maudsley family therapy and parent video-conference consultation for families across the world lacking access to family-based care.
★ Jacob Towery, MD 550 Hamilton Ave, Suite 328 Palo Alto, CA 94301 650.918.6789 website: www.jacobtowerymd.com Dr. Towery is a pediatric and adult psychiatrist who specializes in eating disorders. He went to Duke University for undergraduate, University of Virginia for medical school, and Stanford University for adult psychiatry residency. He also completed an additional two year fellowship in pediatric psychiatry at Stanford where he was fortunate to work with Dr. James Lock and receive supervision from Dr. Kara Fitzpatrick. He is certified in Family Based Therapy/Maudsley Method. Dr. Towery also enjoys practicing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has trained with and worked closely with Dr. David Burns, author of "Feeling Good." He is also in a Dialectical Behavior Therapy consultation group at Stanford and co-founded a Multi-Family DBT skills group at Stanford for teenagers and their families. Dr. Towery sees families as a crucial part of recovery from eating disorders and enjoys working collaboratively with patients and families. He is also able to prescribe medications when appropriate and believes in a thorough and careful evaluation to understand the needs of each family.
★Lauren Muhlheim, Psy.D., CEDS 4929 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 245 Los Angeles, CA 90010 323-282-3572 firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.laurenmuhlheim.com Lauren Muhlheim, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides empirically validated treatment to individuals and families with eating disorders and other problems. She has been a practicing psychologist in the field of eating disorders since 1991. During graduate school she trained at the Rutgers Eating Disorder Clinic where she developed expertise in providing CBT for bulimia nervosa. For adolescents with anorexia, the treatment of choice is Family-Based Treatment (FBT or Maudsley Approach).
Vickie Bachus Bert, PhD 2535 Townsgate Rd, #209 Westlake Village, CA 91361 (818) 590-2507 Vbert3975@aol.com
Bridget Whitlow, MS, LMFT San Rafael Office: Wednesdays and Fridays 605 B Street San Rafael, CA 92901 415.827.0283 San Francisco Office: Tuesdays and Thursdays Baywell Psychiatry Group 1721 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94115 415.922.9122 bridgetwhitlow.com
Wendy Mosqueda, MFT 2542 S. Bascom Ave., Suite #250 Campbell, CA 95008 Ph: (408) 963-6437 Fax: (408) 963-6594 email@example.com Bilingual (Spanish/English)
Sari Shepphird, Ph.D. (310) 826-4300 4768 Park Granada, Suite 109 Calabasas, Ca. 91302 www.Drshepp.com Dr. Shepphird is a licensed clinical psychologist and works with Maudsley Family Therapy on an outpatient, private practice basis. She has experience within the field of eating disorders that spans 20 years and has completed several Continuing Education Trainings in Maudsley Therapy. Dr. Shepphird offers telephone consultations and can assist families in establishing a multi-disciplinary treatment team. As treatment progresses, she offers support utilizing Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and other Evidence-Based Practices for continued support, as necessary.
Provides Maudsley family therapy and phone consultation for families outside the region and internationally. Has developed expertise working with very young children as well as adolescents and facilitates the building of Maudsley friendly interdisciplinary treatment teams.
Haleh Kashani, Ph.D. 150 Nellen Ave., Suite 100 Corte Madera, CA, 94925 415-898-9839 firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Kashani is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Executive Director of Eating Disorder Recovery Services. She has been in practice since 1990, treating a wide range of psychiatric conditions with adults, adolescents and families, with a special focus on eating disorders. Dr. Kashani completed two training workshops with Drs. James Lock and Daniel Le Grange in 2000 and 2005 and has been successfully utilizing the principals of Family Based Therapy as part of a multidisiplinary adolescent out-patient eating disorder program which she has established and directed since 2000, as well as in her own private practice in San Rafael.
"My work with adolescents with eating disorders and their families is informed by the principals of the Family Based Therapy. I work very closely as part of a multidisciplincary team to assure teens medical stability and need for higher level of care, as needed. I assess carefully for any co-existing conditions and treat and/or refer accordingly. In my own practice, I have found that since utilizing the principals of FBT, on average the course of treatment has shortened, the need for hospitalization has reduced and rate of recovery has increased."
Starr Kelton-Locke, Ph.D., PsyD 1030 Sir Francis Drake, Ste. 100 Kentfield, CA 94904 (415) 453-2782
Dr. Kelton-Locke has been a practicing psychologist in the field of eating disorders for 25 years.Her training in the Maudsley method began in 2001 and includes workshops at Stanford and the University of California-San Diego. "Since reading about Maudsley and learning to implement it in practice, I have worked to help families prevent hospitalization or provide continuity of care if the child has previously been admitted.My primary philosophy is to utilize the Maudsley method to empower the parents to rescue their child from the medical perils of this illness.Once the child is stabilized and able to think more clearly, the goal of treatment is to help restore the developmental trajectory."
Dana S. Iyer, Ph.D. 23276 South Pointe Drive Suite 108 Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Ph: 949.701.5544 Email: email@example.com "Eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are serious, life threatening illnesses. Traditionally, practitioners working in this area have applied the same principles of recovery to both their adult and adolescent patients. As a result, eating disorder treatment for adolescents has neglected the important role of parents in recovery. Working in the area of eating disorders for over 10 years and having received training by Drs. James Lock and Kara Fitzpatrick at Stanford, has led me to recognize that the family is an essential and necessary component in helping the adolescent recover.
In working with adolescents, I use family based therapy (FBT) to empower parents in the task of regulating their child’s eating to disable the eating disorder. Research supports that FBT demonstrates good outcome and appears to be as effective as inpatient hospitalization without the relapse that accompanies discharge from inpatient settings. If your child has been in individual treatment that has not been effective, now might be good time to try a different approach that includes you in the process."
Attended two training workshops with James Lock and one with Daniel le Grange. Worked on a multidisciplinary team for seven years using FBT with most teens and their families.
"With teens, I find 'Maudsley' style Family Based Treatment very effective in quickly reducing dangerous symptoms and uniting the family against the eating disorder. As treatment progresses, I integrate cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and a feminist/cultural awareness approach to strengthen coping skills and prevent relapse."
Jennifer specializes in eating disorders and substance abuse.She received her certification in Family Based Therapy (FBT) for the treatment of Anorexia Nervosa, at Stanford University. She also holds a certification in eating disorders from John F. Kennedy University. Jennifer is the founder and CEO of the nonprofit organization, Being Adept, which provides an evidence based curriculum and instruction to middle school students and their parents in northern California.
Sheryl A. Ryan, M.D. Adolescent Medicine Specialist Department of Pediatrics Yale School of Medicine P.O. Box 208064 New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8064 (203) 785-2859 firstname.lastname@example.org Recommended for medical support during recovery by a parent who writes, "We feel confident in her guidance. While not trained in Maudsley, she knows of the approach and is supportive of our efforts."
Rachel S-D Fortune, MD Instructor, Adolescent Medicine Yale University School of Medicine 330 Cedar St LMP 4086 New Haven, CT Medical support for family-based treatment.
Kaity R. Hutchinson, Psy.D.
Greenwich Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, LLC
239 Glenville Road
Greenwich, CT 06831
Has taken the 1.5-day training and is working toward FBT certification. "I use FBT as a first approach to treating eating disorders when the entire family can and is wiling to be involved in their child's treatment. Use of other approaches, such as traditional CBT with support from a dietician, are considered when the client is an adult or when, for whatever reason, the family cannot accommodate FBT. Use of DBT approaches are integrated on an as-needed basis."
Carmen Thomas-Comeaux, PhD Licensed Psychologist Baylife Christian Counseling 803 Jenks Ave, Suite 24A Panama City, FL 32405 (850)866-2483
email@example.comDr. Thomas is a licensed clinical psychologist committed to providing individuals and families in the Greater Tampa Bay area affected by eating disorders with services that reflect the latest research regarding effective treatment. For adolescents, the treatment of choice is Family-Based Treatment (FBT or Maudsley Approach). Dr, Thomas attended a workshop by Drs. James Lock and Daniel Le Grange in 2009 to further her knowledge of and training in this effective treatment. Other evidence-based treatments are utilized as appropriate, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Dr. Thomas also works within a faith-based framework and, when desired, Biblical principles may provide a further catalyst for recovery. Day, evening, and Saturday appointments are available. Pamela Wiggins, LMHC9365 US Hwy 19 N. Suite A1Pinellas Park, FL 33782(727) firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with 20 years experience counseling individuals, couples, and families. She has received Masters of Arts degrees in both Counseling and Christian Education from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Pam has worked in residential treatment centers, community mental health centers, sexual abuse treatment programs, and substance abuse treatment programs. She has developed the expertise to work with adolescents and their families with issues ranging from substance abuse to eating disorders.
Sarah Ravin, PhD 1550 Madruga Ave Suite #414 Coral Gables, FL 33146 305-668-5755 drsarahravin.com I have a special interest in adolescent eating disorders. My philosophy regarding eating disorders is based on the most recent scientific research suggesting that anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are biologically-based mental illnesses which are triggered by dieting and perpetuated by malnutrition, with emotional stress as an aggravating factor. For adolescents with eating disorders, I use the Maudsley Model of Family-Based Treatment, a highly practical, empirically-supported treatment which enlists the entire family as a resource in supporting the patient’s recovery.
Jocelyn Lebow, PhD Assistant Professor Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine Office: (305) 243-2666 Fax: (305) 243-2126
Susan Cowden, MS, LMFT Renew Eating Disorder Recovery 11695 S. Black Bob Rd., Suite B Olathe, KS 66062 (913) 768-6606 x 319 email@example.com
Completed day and a half family-based treatment workshop at Dr. le Grange and Lock's Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders.
MAINE ★ Rhonda Lee Benner, LCSW New England Eating Disorders Program Mercy Hospital 144 State Street, 6th Floor Portland, ME 04101 (207) 879-3801 firstname.lastname@example.org Benner has been treating children, adolescents, and adults with eating disorders at the New England Eating Disorders Program since 2002. She has been certified in Family-Based Treatment by the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders after completing 25 hours of clinical supervision from Dr. Angela Celio Doyle (Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle). “FBT has revolutionized treatment for children and adolescents with eating disorders. I enjoy being witness to parents seeing their children return to health and the confidence parents develop in the process of helping their child recover.”
Kathleen Hart, Ph.D.
87 Woodlands Drive
Falmouth, ME 04105
Dr. Hart is a licensed psychologist who specializes in treating eating disorders. She took the two-day FBT training in September 2013 and is currently working toward FBT certification. As long as a child with anorexia nervosa is medically stable, has had eating-disorder symptoms for less than three years, I recommend the Maudsley approach. In addition to FBT, I use CBT with adolescents and young adults who have minimal friend or family involvement."
Center for Eating Disorders Sheppard Pratt Physicians Pavilion North, Suite 300 6535 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21204 (410) 938-5252 www.eatingdisorder.org
Laura K. Ratner, LCSW-C, BCD 4701 Willard Avenue, Suite 230 Chevy Chase, MD 20815 (301) 652-0695 LKRatner@aol.com Psychotherapist who has used individually tailored family-based interventions to treat children, adolescents and adults with eating disorders. Utilizes family member in a focused way with the primary goal of symptom resolution. Coordinates treatment with nutritionists, primary care physicians and psychiatrists as needed.
Ann Jacob Smith, Ph.D., LCPC, NCC 5480 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 204 Chevy Chase, MD 20815 240-753-3775 Attended training workshop with Drs. Lock and le Grange. "I view parents as essential members of the treatment team. My role is to mobilize the family around helping their child deal with a deadly disease. If there are difficulties that keep the parents from being able to help their children, I help the parents to figure out how to work through those difficulties."
Washington Center for Eating Disorders and Adolescent Obesity 6410 Rockledge Drive, Ste. 412 Bethesda, MD 20817 (301) 530-0676 http://www.washingtoncenteronline.com Formerly Suburban Hospital Center for Eating Disorders.
Kamryn Eddy, Ph.D. Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School (617) 724-1744 Email: email@example.com Dr. Eddy is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of adolescent eating disorders. She completed her clinical training in family-based treatment at the University of Chicago Medical Center with Dr. Daniel le Grange.Provides clinical care to patients and families, and consultation to families and clinicians.
Jesine Xavier, PsyD 400 Hunnewell St, Suite 5 Needham, MA 02494 (617) 517-9744 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Xavier was the program director for an adolescent intensive outpatient program for eating disorders for the last three years. She completed her Maudsley training with Dr. Lock and Dr. Le Grange in October of 2008. She is also a trained DBT therapist. In addition to Family Based Treatment, Dr. Xavier provides consultation and supervision to programs and clinicians.
Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D. Clinical Psychologist Chestnut Hill & Lexington, Massachusetts locations (617) 332-2001 email@example.com Harvard professor in private practice offers family-based support.
★Renee Rienecke Hoste, PhD (Training Institute faculty) Clinical Assistant Professor Director of Clinical Services and Research The University of Michigan Comprehensive Eating Disorders Program Department of Psychiatry 1500 E. Medical Center Drive SPC 5277 Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5277 Phone: 734-764-7552 Fax: 734-615-9003
Stephanie B. Milstein, PhD Dennis & Moye & Associates, PC 1750 S. Telegraph Road, Suite 101 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 (248) 451-9085 Samsi77@aol.com Offers Parent Coaching Program to assist parents in effectively supporting their adolescent through the eating disorder recovery process, while simultaneously providing support to parents. 9-week Group for parents held at William Beaumont Hospital.
Rhonda Overberger, LPC, LMFT 1011 West Maple, Suite 150 Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008 Phone: 269-207-7549 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: rhondahelp.com I attended FBT training with Drs. Lock & le Grange in 2009. My FBT approach is behavioral and includes Exposure Therapy (EXRP) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT). I coach parents to provide FBT at home. Family intervention, nutritional restoration, and professional support are key ingredients to recovery. I can help you:
Successfully feed your child
Reduce and eliminate your child’s obsessive and phobic behaviors
Increase confidence in parenting an ill child
Create strategic solutions to everyday problems
Provide consistent and safe care at home
Learn strategies to avoid relapse
To help you take the first-step, I offer a free phone consultation. I also parents offer the opportunity to consult with an experienced parent mentor. For adults with eating disorders, I offer 8-week ACT-based workshops.
Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and Abbott
"Our center provides evidence-based treatment interventions for eating disorders, with an emphasis on collaboration with families and referring providers. We are the only hospital-based eating disorders program in the Twin Cities to offer immediate access to medical stabilization. We have inpatient units at Children's Hospital and Abbott Northwestern Hospital for children, adolescents, and adults. Our therapists are trained in Family-Based Treatment, with regular supervision from Dr. Jim Lock at Stanford University. Dr. Lesser and three colleagues also attended the Multi-Family Therapy Training in January 2013."
Diann M. Ackard, PhD, LP, FAED Licensed Psychologist, Private Practice Fellow, Academy for Eating Disorders Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Division of Epidemiology and Community Health Research Scientist, EatingDisorders Institute 5101 Olson Memorial Highway Suite 4001 Golden Valley MN 55422 (763) 595-7294 ext 111 www.diannackard.com
Actively uses Maudsley-oriented and family-based treatments for adolescents and young adults (including college students) with eating disorders. Received specific training on Family-Based Therapy for eating disorders from Drs. Lock and le Grange in 2002 and is part of a month consultation group specifically for FBT. Special interest in treatment and understanding of eating and mood disorders, and trauma.
Kathleen Jacobson, Ph.D., L.P. 5101 Olson Memorial Highway, Suite 4003 Golden Valley, MN 55422 (763) 595-7294 x112 email@example.com Psychologist in private practice with 13 years' experience in treating eating disorders in University and Clinic settings prior to entering private practice 8 years ago. Now focusing on Family-Based Therapy especially for newly diagnosed adolescents and young adult patients.
Kathryn Miller, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist 5101 Olson Memorial Highway, Suite 4004 Golden Valley, MN 55422 (763) 595-7294 x 114 Specializes in ED treatment. Received training from Drs. Lock and le Grange on the Maudsley approach. Park Nicollet Melrose Institute 3525 Monterey Drive St. Louis Park, MN 55416 952-993-6200 1-800-862-7412 www.Parknicollet.com/eatingdisorders The program has been in existence for over 20 years and works closely with experts in the field to provide evidence-based treatments for people with eating disorders. Our specialized team of more than 200 experts includes: medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, dietitians, exercise specialists, chaplains, occupational therapists, nurses, and care managers. We have many focus areas including: eating disorders in children and adolescents, eating disorders and diabetes, and eating disorders and athletes and eating disorders and phobias . Children ages 13 and under are more at risk for eating disorders than ever before. Our staff, including therapists and dietitians, is specially trained in family based treatment (the Maudsley approach). In addition to individual sessions, we offer workshops and groups for families to learn active problem solving skills and ways to reduce stress in helping a family member recover from an eating disorder.
Lisa Rogers, PhD, LP
The Beacon Clinic
790 Cleveland Ave. South, Suite 201
St. Paul, MN 55116
"I am an LP and was trained by Drs. Daniel le Grange and James Lock in FBT. I've been using FBT with kids for 10 years, including training and supervising therapists working with families in this model. There are two psychologists at this location trained and experienced in FBT."
The Emily Program For adolescents: 2230 Como Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108 5354 Parksdale Dr., Suite 200, St. Louis Park, MN 55416 (651) 645-5323 "We provide a wide range of services for people with eating disorders, including psychological services, nutritional counseling, group therapy, psychiatry, and intensive outpatient programs (adolescent and adult). A number of the therapists and dietician in this program work with adolescents in Family-Based Treatment."
Laura Bumberry, PsyD Webster Wellness Professionals/ McCallum Place Treatment Center 231 West Lockwood, Suite 202 St. Louis, MO 63119 (314) 737-4070 www.websterwellnessprofessionals.com Dr. Bumberry is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in eating disorder treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. She is part of a multidisciplinary team, including a physician, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, and dietitians. She attended a training on Family Based Treatment with Drs. James Lock and Kara Fitzpatrick at Stanford University, and is currently pursuing the required supervision to become a certified FBT provider. Dr. Bumberry also has specialized training in other evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She is a member of a DBT treatment team specializing in eating disorder recovery that is exploring the integration of FBT and DBT for those adolescents who also struggle with self-injury, suicidal thoughts/behaviors, and other difficulties with emotion regulation.
Lindsey B. Ricciardi, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Creative Health Solutions 8285 W. Arby Ave. Ste. 165 Las Vegas, NV 89113 Ph: (702) 363-6005 Fax: (702) 363-7005 www.chslv.com Creative Health Solutions is an interdisciplinary, outpatient clinic specializing in the treatment of eating and weight-related disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Lindsey Ricciardi trained with Dr. Daniel le Grange at the University of Chicago. In addition to Family Based Therapy for eating disorders, Dr. Ricciardi is also trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy for eating disorders and facilitates several outpatient therapy groups for clients with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
★Kathy Corkery, LICSW Clinical Director The Center for Eating Disorders Management, Inc. 360 Route 101, Unit 10 Bedford, NH 03110 603-472-2846 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cedm-inc.com CEDM, Inc. is an outpatient multidisciplinary practice that provides specialized medical, nutritional and psychological services for Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder.
★Dara Bellace, PhD Licensed Clinical Psychologist 20 Nassau Street Suite 313 Princeton, NJ 08542 email@example.com www.darabellace.com Dr. Dara Bellace is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of eating disorders, obesity, and associated issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues and stress management. She has extensive clinical and research experience in the assessment and treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and obesity, and most recently was a full-time faculty member within the Eating Disorders Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical College.
Dr. Bellace works with female and male preadolescents, adolescents and adults, and offers individual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and supportive psychotherapy to her patients. She is also one of only a few certified Maudsley family therapists in the country, and offers Maudsley Family Therapy as a more intensive form of outpatient treatment to adolescents struggling with anorexia nervosa and their families. Dr. Bellace was formally trained and certified in Maudsley Family Therapy by Dr. James Lock at Stanford. The depth of her clinical and research experience enables Dr. Bellace to individualize the treatment approach according to each individual's and family's needs. To learn more about Dr. Bellace and her work, please visit her website at www.darabellace.com.
★ Meghan Feehan, Psy.D. ★ Carrie Wofsy, LCSW The Eating Disorders Program at the Adolescent/Young Adult Center for Health at Goryeb Children’s Hospital at Morristown Medical Center and Goryeb Children’s Center at Overlook Medical Center Overlook Medical Center 99 Beauvoir Avenue Summit, NJ 07901 908-522-5757 Website The Eating Disorders Program offers a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), both of which have a family-based orientation. Inpatient services for medical stabilization and outpatient individual therapy are also provided through the program. Dr. Feehan, a licensed clinical psychologist, and Carrie Wofsy, a licensed clinical social worker, attended the 2011 FBT training with Dr. Daniel LeGrange and are both currently in supervision with the training institute faculty for certification. Dr. Feehan and Ms. Wofsy provide Family-Based Treatment to individuals with eating disorders on an outpatient basis. Treatment recommendations for level of care are made following a thorough medical and diagnostic assessment and consultation with the program’s medical and clinical providers.
★ Arline Shaffer, PhD 57 Union Place, Suite 207 Summit, NJ 07901
Sarrett-Cooper trained with Drs. Lock and LeGrange in 2006 and Dr. Katherine Loeb in 2012, with ongoing supervision from Dr. Loeb. Incorporates DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) for young people with co-morbidities like anxiety, mood disorders, and self-injury.
★Rebecca Harcsztark, Psy.D.
60 Grand Avenue
Englewood, NJ 07631
85 Hopper Avenue
Waldwick, NJ 07463
201-493-2283 ext. 2
Dr. Harcsztark has a general practice with a specialty in the treatment of eating disorders. In that capacity she sees children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Harcsztark was certified in FBT by the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders, in consultation with Dr. Katharine Loeb.
Barbara Reese, LCSW, BC-DMT Clinical Director The Women’s Therapy Service of Montclair, LLC 33 Plymouth Street Suite 105 Montclair, NJ 07042 (973) 783-2292 BReese@WomensTherapy.net www.WomensTherapy.net www.DBTTeenDBTAdult.com
Mrs. Reese is an experienced eating disorder professional and child/adolescent therapist, and provides a whole-family approach to eating disorder recovery for pediatric and adolescent eating disorders. She is in the certification process in FBT at the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders, in supervision with Dr. Renee Hoste. She utilizes Dialectical Behavior Therapy to address the needs ofchildren and teens with eating disorders and co-occuring psychiatric issues.
Deborah Okon, Ph.D. 315-C West Reinken Avenue Belen, NM 87002 (505) 861-3894 firstname.lastname@example.org Clinical psychologist with a general private practice, with specialties in family therapy and eating disorders. Therapy focuses on parental involvement to stop dysfunctional eating patterns, as well as cognitive-behavioral techniques and interpersonal skills training to resolve the underlying issues faced by teens with eating disorders.
★ Jennifer Jones, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist 27 Washington Square North, 1D New York, NY 10011 Ph: (212) 604-4643
Psychologist trained in Maudsley and CBT with extensive experience in eating disorders, co-morbidity, and the successful application of relapse prevention tools.
Melissa Gerson, LCSW Clinical Director, Columbus Park Collaborative 210 Central Park South New York, NY 10019 Tel: 646.414.1446 email: email@example.com www.columbusparkcollaborative.com
Columbus Park Collaborative (CPC) is Manhattan’s preeminent outpatient treatment center, providing comprehensive treatment for adults, adolescents, and children with eating disorders. In addition to Family-Based Treatment (FBT), other evidence-based therapies offered to individuals and groups include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Chaim E. Bromberg, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist 600 Mamaroneck Avenue Suite 400 Harrison, NY 10528 (914) 589-4220
Dr. Bromberg is a psychologist in private practice and on the faculty of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University at New York Presbyterian Hospital in White Plains, NY. Dr. Bromberg trained in Maudsley-based family therapy with Dr. James Lock, and works closely with Dr. Lock in his role as the therapy supervisor for the Cornell treatment site in an NIMH funded, multi-site study examining family therapy for adolescents with anorexia nervosa. In his private practice, Dr. Bromberg uses Maudsley-based family treatment to address eating disorders in pre-adolescents, adolescents, and young adults, and tailors treatment to address the different needs of college students and adults with eating disorders. Treatment recommendations are made following a thorough diagnostic assessment and consultation, and may include individual treatment, family therapy, or other interventions, based on each person's individual needs. drbromberg.com profpsych.com
★Cris Haltom, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist Suite 201 401 E. State St. Ithaca, NY 14850 Phone:607-272-6750 (607) 272-6750 www.EDsurvivalguide.com Uses Maudsley approach with families of children and adolescents who have restrictive eating disorders. Coordinates with parents and treatment team. Writes e-newsletter Eating Disorder Survival Guide for Parents at www.EDsurvivalguide.com.
Dina Hirsch, Ph.D Senior Psychologist Eating Disorders Center
Cohen Children's Medical Center
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
270-05 76th Ave.
New Hyde Park, NY 11040 (718) 470-4706
13 years' experience, including 6 years focused on treating adolescents with eating disorders. Co-author of BITE for Adolescent Eating Disorders (in press as of 2014). I have a strong commitment to providing adherent, evidence-based treatment, including FBT, CBT-E, and DBT. Treatment provided in my hospital-based private practice or via supervisees in day program setting.
Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders Program Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong 601 Elmwood Ave Box 690 Rochester, NY 14642 (585) 275-2964 Medical Director: Richard E. Kreipe, MD, FAAP, FAED Richard_Kreipe@URMC.Rochester.Edu Chilld and Adolescent Eating Disorders Program With over 40 years experience treating children and adolescents with eating disorders in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center, our interdisciplinary treatment team’s therapeutic partnerships with patients and families are all based on the assumption that parents always try to do the best that they can. However, the intrusion of an eating disorder into a family often causes parents to feel helpless and hopeless that only empowers the eating disorder to cause disconnections in relationships. We offer family-based inpatient and outpatient treatment that embodies the Maudsley’s “agnostic”, non-blaming, strength-based approach. This empowers parents to help their daughter or son become more healthy and empowers the patient to take back control of her/his life. From our Rochester-based core center of the Western New York Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders, we facilitate monthly support group meetings that are video-linked to Watertown, Ithaca and Binghamton. We provide community outreach, education, training and prevention services, in addition to conducting community-based prevention research.
Kimberly B. Krueger, MSW, LCSW Southlake Center For Self Discovery, PC and Southlake Counseling, PC 903-201 Northeast Drive Davidson, NC 28036 (704) 896-7776 www.southlakecounseling.com
Heidi M. Limbrunner, PsyD. Southeast Psychological Services 6115 Park South Drive Charlotte, NC 28210 (704) 970-4791 www.southeastpsych.com
Duke Eating Disorders Program Duke University Medical Center P.O. Box 3842 Durham, NC 27710 Phone: 919-668-2281 Fax: 919-681-7347 Director: Nancy Zucker, Ph.D. http://eatingdisorders.mc.duke.edu Maudsley-oriented family-based outpatient treatment with ongoing parent support groups and weekend parent training sessions which "teaches parents skills for acute eating disorder management... We focus on instruction in effective coping strategies (e.g. stress management tools, emotion regulation, "anti-perfectionism" tools, and mindfulness tools so parents can both teach and role model these skills." For information on parent weekend workshops click here.
Lepage Associates Solution-Based Psychological & Psychiatric Services 5842 Fayetteville Road #106 Durham, NC 27713 (919) 572-0000 www.lepageassociates.com Lepage Associates specializes in child development, parenting, and family relationship issues by providing Solution-Based Psychological Services. Our philosophy of Solution-Based Psychological Services reflects a commitment to a problem-solving approach. Several of our clinical psychologists specialize in the treatment of eating disorders and incorporate the Maudsley Method into their practice. We understand that recovery from an eating disorder can be a distressing time for all loved ones involved, and parents are provided with detailed psychoeducation, training, and support when learning Maudsley Method interventions and skills.
Center for Disordered Eating at Teen Health Connection Affiliated with Levine’s Children’s Hospital 3541 Randolph Road Suite 206 Charlotte, NC 28211 www.teenhealthconnection.org Program Coordinator: Cheri Singleton, RN, MSN 704-381-8364 Medical Director: Preeti Matkins, MD, FAAP, FSAHM Courtney Strauss, RD, LDN
Suzanne Medlin, LCSW The Center for Disordered Eating at Teen Health Connection, affiliated with Levine Children’s Hospital, is an outpatient program that provides a multidisciplinary team approach to the treatment of eating disorders. We see both males and females between the ages of 11-21 who are diagnosed with anorexia and bulimia. We also see patients who do not meet the full criteria for anorexia or bulimia but are showing signs and symptoms of a possible eating disorder. We offer medical, mental health and nutritional services all in one location to help make access to care patient and family friendly. We believe in providing evidence-based care, including the Maudsley Method, in the treatment of eating disorders.
UNC Eating Disorders Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Psychiatry Neurosciences Hospital 101 Manning Drive Campus Box #7160 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7160 Phone: 919-966-7012 Fax: 919-843-5601 Director: Cynthia Bulik, Ph.D., FAED http://www.med.unc.edu/psych/eatingdisorders The UNC Eating Disorders Program offers evidence-based and family centered Inpatient, Partial Hospitalization, and Outpatient Treatment to support the care of individuals and their families. Maudsley-oriented family-based outpatient treatment with ongoing parent support across all levels of care are provided within a multidisciplinary treatment team. Evidence-based individual, group, and couples therapy is also provided (Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)). Licensed clinical staff have attended both trainings and workshops on Family-Based Therapy (FBT) provided by Drs. Lock and Le Grange.
Integrative Wellness Solutions
10210 Hickorywood Hill Ave.
Huntersville, NC 28078
Asheli Thompson is a Licensed Professional Counselor. For adolescents suffering from anorexia nervosa, she uses Family-Based Treatment (FBT) as her evidence-based practice, as she has a strong belief in the importance of the role of the family as support system.
Isis Reddick-Umoja, LPC, DCC Therapist 10210 Hickorywood Hill Avenue Suite 210 Huntersville, North Carolina 28078 (704) 733-7475
Isis Reddick-Umoja is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with 16 years of experience providing counseling to individuals, couples, and families. She has worked with a vast population and is trained in Family Based Treatment for treating children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with Eating Disorders; EMDR for individuals who have experienced trauma, and DBT to help clients develop skills to cope with overwhelming emotions.
Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, FAED, Clinical Director CCED provides Maudsley-based family therapy within the context of a multi-disciplinary treatment team in order to help children and teens suffering from an eating disorder. CCED also provides Maudsley-informed intensive outpatient groups (3x week) which allow the child as well as family members to learn skills (Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy) to more effectively fight the eating disorder.
Jennifer Jeffers, LISW 23875 Commerce Park Road, Suite 160 Beachwood, OH 44122 Tel: (216) 464-5500 Fax: (216) 378-8900
Provides individual therapy for adolescents who are participating in family-based treatment
Ellen S. Rome, MD., M.P.H. Laura Gillespie, MD. Children's Hospital Cleveland Clinic 9500 Euclid Avenue Desk A120 Cleveland, OH 44195 Tel: (216) 444-3566 Fax: (216) 445-3523 cms.clevelandclinic.org/childrenshospital/
(Recommended for medical support during recovery.)
Center for Balanced Living
Laura Hill, PhD, CEO/CCO, FAED445 E. Granville Road, Building N Worthington, OH 43085 (Columbus area) (614) 293-9550 www.centerforeatingdisorders.org Free-standing multidisciplinary nonprofit clinic. We offer outpatient (ages 6 and older) and intensive outpatient levels of care (16 and older). We are very family focused and the family therapists use the Maudsley approach when appropriate.
Lindner Center of HOPE Anne Marie O’Melia, MD, Medical Director Scott Bullock, MSW, LISW-S Richard Rutz, RN, MSN, PMHNP-BC Ellen Young, RD 4075 Old Western Row Rd. Mason, OH 45040 (513) 536-HOPE(4673) www.lindnercenterofhope.org Eating Disoders Program The Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE specializes in anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and related mental health concerns. Comprehensive treatment for these illnesses is available through inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient services and through participation in research studies. Family based treatment is the primary therapeutic model used for most patients ages 18 and younger. Other services provided include assessment and treatment of comorbid psychiatric illnesses, medication management, medically supported weight stabilization, nutrition education and counseling, group therapy, recreational therapy, spiritual care and academic counseling and support.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Division of Adolescent Medicine 3333 Burnet Ave Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 Contact: Anita Wilson RN Phone (513) 636-9657 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Our multidisciplinary staff is dedicated to providing a safe, supportive and caring environment in which families and adolescents struggling with an eating disorder can recover. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is committed to family centered care and evidenced based treatment. Parents are an integral part of the treatment team. Our LISW-family therapist has attended the one and half day workshop for FBT.
Daniel J Munoz, Ph.D. Director, Solutions for Eating and Weight Problems Clinic Children's Program 7707 SW Capitol Hwy Portland, OR, 97219 (503) 452-8002 ext. 132 www.childrensprogram.com Dr. Munoz is a clinical psychologist with an emphasis on eating and weight disorders. Dr. Munoz received his doctorate from the University of New York at Albany and his predoctoral internship and postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago Hospitals where he was trained in the Maudsley approach/Family Based Treatment under Daniel le Grange. Dr. Munoz takes an evidence based approach to the treatment of eating and weight disorders so in addition to working with families from a Maudsley approach he also provides treatment using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents and adults. Dr. Munoz also provides psychological testing (cognitive, personality, neuropsychological) to identify any co-occuring disorders. Dr. Munoz is affiliated with the Children's Program in Portland where he directs the Solutions for Eating and Weight Disorders clinic.
Eating Disorder Services The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Division of Adolescent Medicine & Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 3401 Civic Center Blvd 11NW, Room 19 Philadelphia, PA 19104 Intake number: 215-590-3537 email@example.com
Rachel Millner, Psy.D. 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 402B Yardley, PA 19067 (215) 321-1920 firstname.lastname@example.org Licenced psychologist supports parents in Maudsley approach.
Ellen Davis, Ph.D.
Woodland Forge 4053 Tinker Hill Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460 www.woodlandforge.com email@example.com Woodland Forge offers ongoing outpatient therapy for children through young adults who struggle with eating disorders and anxiety disorders. Our flagship service is our Family Program which is run over a portion of one week. Visit the program web pages here. The intervention is based on a modified version of FBT and also includes evidence based behavioral treatment for the patient's anxieties before, during, and after eating. Intensive coaching as well as family therapy, psycho-education, and individual therapies are offered. The Family Program is offered in a small, intimate setting wherein your family is the only family seen at one time to ensure fully individualized attention and follow-up.
Susan Cowden, MS, LMFT 262 Union Street New Braunfels, Texas 78130 firstname.lastname@example.org www.susancowden.com
Susan Cowden is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in private practice in New Braunfels. Her primary interests are eating disorders, body-image issues, disordered eating and chronic dieting, depression and anxiety. She sees adolescents and adults in her practice. She has attended the training offered by the FBT training institute at the University of Chicago (not yet certified).
Theresa Fassihi, PhD, PLLC 3730 Kirby Drive, Suite 925 Houston, Texas 77098 832-794-1280 email@example.com Dr. Fassihi has ten years of experience treating eating disorders, in inpatient and outpatient settings. Dr. Fassihi is a licensed clinical psychologist and works with Family Based Therapy on an outpatient, private practice basis. She works collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary treatment team that includes a dietitian, internist and psychiatrist. As treatment progresses, other treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and other Evidence-Based Practices are utilized for continued support, as necessary. “I believe it is important to include the family in treatment so that they can be supportive of the individual’s recovery, whenever possible.”
Allison K. Chase, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist 2525 Wallingwood Drive, Building 7, Suite 7D Austin, TX 78746 PH 512.347.9992 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karyn D. Hall, Ph.D. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Center 820 Gessner, Suite 750 Houston, TX 77024 713-973-2800 713-973-0104 Fax www.karynhallphd.com
Mary K. Hales, Ph.D. Clinical Neuropsychologist Neurodynamics, LLC 370 E South Temple, Suite 175 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 (801) 359-6069 This psychologist began working with ED patients after her own daughter developed an eating disorder and offers a family-based approach in her private practice.
Joanna Marino, PhD Licensed Clinical Psychologist Director Potomac Behavioral Solutions 2001 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 211 Arlington, VA 22202 571-257-3378
Carolyn Reed Hersh, MA, LPC 117 W. 21 St. #206 Norfolk, VA 23517 (757) 404-3010 email@example.com 17 years of experience treating eating disorders; started offering Maudsley in early 2006.
Adrianna Rodriguez, MS, MFT Prosperity Eating Disorders & Wellness Center 1031 Sterling Road Suite 203 Herndon, VA 20170 703-466-5150
★ Angela Celio Doyle, PhD (Training Institute Faculty) Eating & Weight Disorders Center of Seattle Part of the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle 1200 5th Avenue, Suite 800 Seattle, WA 98101 206-374-0109 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ewdcseattle.com
Dr. Doyle is a licensed clinical psychologist providing the Maudsley approach to families of children and adolescents with a range of eating problems (anorexia, bulimia, and subthreshold eating disorders). She worked with Dr. le Grange at the University of Chicago from 2004-2011, where she received extensive training in the Maudsley approach and worked as a study therapist on several NIMH-funded treatment studies. Dr. Doyle has particular experience working with boys and with families traveling from long distances for treatment. Dr. Doyle also provides evidence-based individual psychotherapy, as needed, for children and adolescents once the eating disorder is well-controlled. She is available for consultation/supervision to therapists learning the Maudsley approach and provides clinical supervision to psychology trainees from the University of Washington.
★ Peter M. Doyle, PhD (Training Institute Faculty) Eating & Weight Disorders Center of Seattle Part of the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle 1200 5th Avenue, Suite 800 Seattle, WA 98101 206-374-0109 email@example.com www.ewdcseattle.com Dr. Doyle is a licensed clinical psychologist who worked closely with Dr. Le Grange at The University of Chicago from 2005-2011, during which time he was a study therapist on two different NIMH-funded treatment studies. He provides the Maudsley approach to families of children, adolescents, and young adults with a range of eating problems (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and subthreshold eating disorders) and is available for consultation/supervision to therapists training in the Maudsley approach. Dr. Doyle also provides evidence-based individual treatments, when indicated. In his role as Clinical Instructor of Psychology at the University of Washington, Dr. Doyle supervises and trains other mental health providers in the treatment of eating disorders
Stacie McKenna-Crochet 108 SE 124th, Ste. 23 Vancouver, WA 98684 (512) 921-5925 www.staciecrochet.com Licensed clinical social worker in private practice, specializes in ED and works closely with dietician and several other clinicians using Maudsley approach. Karen Pavlidis Seattle, WA (206) 729-2829
★Sarah Bennett, PhD 4545 42nd St, NW Suite 202 Washington, DC 20016 202-630-4714 www.sarahbennettphd.com Dr. Bennett is a licensed clinical psychologist. She completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University where she provided evaluations, consultations, and psychotherapy in the Eating Disorders Clinic. She was directly supervised by Kara Fitzpatrick, PhD. She completed training in FBT with James Lock, MD and Kara Fitzpatrick, PhD and was certified in FBT by the Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders in 2010. She received her doctoral degree from the George Washington University in Washington, DC. She also trained in the Eating Disorders Clinic at Children's National Medical Center where she provided outpatient evaluations, individual and group psychotherapy.
Joanna Marino, PhD 1101 17th St. NW Suite 530 Washington, DC 20036
Mary Jo Sorensen, LMFT L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center, 2661 Co. Hwy I Chippewa Falls, WI 54729 (715) 723-5585
Susan Neff, R.N. Mental Health Resources 402 Gammon Place, Suite 290 Madison, WI firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Nye, PhD, FAED 10303 N. Port Washington Road #203 Mequon, WI 53092 (262) 241-5955 x210 www.nodietdoc.com
Royal Children’s Hospital Eating Disorders Program Centre for Adolescent Health William Buckland House 2 Gatehouse Street Parkville VIC Australia 3052 Tel: +61 3 9345 5890 Fax: +61 3 9345 6343 website A major family-based treatment research and clinical center
Eating Disorders Family-Based Treatment Team Children's Hospital at Westmead Locked Bag 4001 Westmead, NSW 2145 Sydney, Australia 02 98452005 email@example.com
★ Vicki O'Dwyer, Family Therapist, Social Worker & Dietitian The Family Based Treatment and Relationship Centre Family, Couple and Individual Therapy, Supervision and Training 7 Years experience providing FBT (Maudsley Method) Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 0412 563 638 for appointments
Mater Child and Youth Mental Health Service (Southside of Brisbane) has clinics at Greenslopes 3397 9077, Yeronga 38488011 and Inala 33725577. Mater CYMHS provides specialised assessment and treatment services for children and young people (0-18 years) experiencing eating disorders or significant eating related issues. We offer the Maudsley Model of Family Based Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa for adolescents as well as a range of other treatment options. See the website to identify which clinic services your suburb. www.kidsinmind.org.au and click on the "parents" tab. Eating Disorder Coordinators can be contacted on 3163 1640 for enquiries but referrals should be made directly to the appropriate clinic.
Eating Disorder Program (EDP) Kim Hurst (Senior Psychologist) Child & Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS) Mental Health and Integrated Care (MHIC) Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service Robina Health Precinct, Level 3, 2 Campus drive Robina, QLD, 4226 t: (07) 56 35 63 92 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eating Disorder Program (EDP) is a component of services offered by Child & Youth Mental Health Service (CYMHS). The program will provide outpatient family therapy for children and adolescents with an Eating Disorder and their family using the Maudsley Family Based Treatment. Suitable clients are children and adolescents up to the age of 18 years of age with a diagnosis of an Eating Disorder, who are residing at home with their family.
Eating Disorders Program (EDP) Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Mental Health, Justice Health and Alcohol & Drug Services Phillip Health Centre, Cnr Keltie & Corinna Sts Woden ACT 2606 Phone: 02 62051519 Fax: 02 62051152 The Canberra Eating Disorder Program (EDP) provides a free, public, specialist outpatient eating disorders program to both the ACT and surrounding NSW regions. Family Based Therapy (FBT) is offered to clients aged up to 19 years who are living in the family home with a diagnosis of an eating disorder.
Glenn Munt B. Soc. Wk, Accred. MAASW. Thinking Families 17 Harry St Ashgrove QLD 4060 Ph: 07 33710299 (Accredited mental health Social Worker with 28 years clinical experience as a family therapist. Completed the Maudsley training in 2006 with Paul Rhodes and Andrew Wallis from Westmead Hospital in Sydney, Australia including one year’s supervision of cases.)
I am a clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating children and adolescents with eating disorders. I am a former member of the Eating Disorders Family Treatment Team at the Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney, Australia. I was one of the FBT therapists on their large randomised control trial looking at the treatment of anorexia nervosa in adolescents. I am also experienced in delivering FBT training and supervision to clinicians. On returning to New Zealand I have continued to use FBT and train and supervise clinicians in this model.
★Kellie Lavender Registered Psychotherapist MHSc (Hons), BEd, DipTch Member of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists Regional Eating Disorders Service Level 2, Building 14 Greenlane Clinical Centre Auckland 1051 New Zealand email@example.com Private Practice Robert Street Clinic 37 Robert Street, Ellerslie Auckland 1051
McMaster Children's Hospital Pediatric Eating Disorders Program 1200 Main Street W. Hamilton, Ontario Canada (905) 521-2100 x 73497 (Cheryl Webb, the Clinical Coordinator, was trained by Dr. James Lock and Dr. Daniel le Grange and is currently involved with doing Multifamily Therapy in addition to Maudsley therapy.)
Dr. Sherry Van Blyderveen, C. Psych. Halton Psychological Services 14A Martin Street, Milton, Ontario, L9T 2P9 Phone: (905) 878-6650 Fax: (905) 905-878-2205 www.haltonpsychologists.ca
Eating Disorders Clinic Toronto General Hospital 7 Eaton South, Room 425 200 Elizabeth Street Toronto, ON M5G 2C4 Telephone: (416) 340-3749 website ★ D. Blake Woodside, MD FRCPC ★ Gina Dimitropoulos, PhD, RSW Ahmed Boachie, M.D. MRC(Psych), FRCP(C) Karin Jasper, Ph.D., M.Ed. Eating Disorder Program Southlake Regional Health Centre 596 Davis Drive Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 2P9 Ph: 905-895-4521 ext. 2322 Drs. Boachie and Jasper are co-authors of A Parent’s Guide to Defeating Eating Disorders: Spotting the Stealth Bomber and Other Symbolic Approaches. This book is based on the Maudsley model of treatment.
Dr. Adele Lafrance, C. Psych Eating Disorder Program Sudbury Regional Hospital 127 Cedar Street Sudbury, ON P3E 1B1 (705) 523-4988
Maria Kostakos, M.A. C.Psych.Assoc Registered Member of the College of Psychologists of ON SRHRH Regional Eating Disorders Program 27 Cedar Street Sudbury ON P3E 1B1 Phone: 705 523 4988 ext 4390 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hospital for Sick Children 555 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1X8 (416) 813-1500 www.sickkids.ca/default.asp ★ Lindsay Ross, MSW, RSW
Dr. Ester Wagner Registered Psychologist 45 Sheppard Ave East, Suite 419 Toronto, Ontario M2N 5W9 Canada (416) 229-1477 Ext.234 (Works with adolescents and young adults. In addition to her private practice she is on staff at the North York General Hospital in the adolescent eating disorders program.)
Dr. MacNeil is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Kingston, Ontario, Canada who provides evidenced based assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. At Dr. Brad A. Mac Neil Private Practice, he provides FBT for AN, as well as CBT for BN, Acceptance and Committment Therapy for Eating Disorders, and Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT).
★Karina M. O'Brien, Ph.D., R. Psych.
Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Program for Children and Adolescents
BC Children's Hospital
4500 Oak St. Vancouver, BC, V6H 3N1
Kimberly Sogge, Ph.D., C.Psych. Sogge & Associates Practice in Psychology Psychology for Health and Performance 451 Daly Avenue Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6H6 Canada Telephone 613-288-0022 Fax 613-691-0589 Web www.drsogge.com Dr. Sogge is a clinical health psychologist with an emphasis on the mind-body relationship, specifically eating disorders. She is a supervising faculty member in the University of Ottawa Centre for Psychological Services. Dr. Sogge received her doctorate from Texas A&M University. Her predoctoral internship/residency was at the University of Texas at Austin Behavioral Health Service. Her postdoctoral training was at the Texas A&M College of Medicine and the Olin Teague Veterans' Administration Hospital's PTSD Unit. She trained in the Maudsley approach/Family Based Treatment through the University of Chicago Medical Center. Dr. Sogge focuses on mindful evidence based approaches to the treatment of eating, weight and other psychological disorders. She works with families from a Maudsley model, but also provides Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialetical Behavior Therapy for adolescents and adults.
Talking Works is a recently established practice created in recognition of the growing international community living in Aarhus and surrounding areas of Denmark.
All services are provided in English as it is recognized that people often prefer to access therapeutic treatment and support with a counsellor who has the same first language as they do.
Kelly is an Australian family therapist who has been successfully using the Maudsley Model of Family Based Treatment of Anorexia and Bulimia since 2008.
Kelly has also trained and supervised clinicians from public mental health services in the use of this treatment model.
★ Roslyn Binford Hopf, Ph.D., L.P. Im Haderheck 40a 61462 Koenigstein im Taunus (just outside of Frankfurt) Germany +49 (0) 61 742556140 email@example.com Specializes in eating disorder treatment. Focuses on Family-based Treatment (Maudsley Approach) for adolescents with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Trained with Daniel le Grange, PhD at The University of Chicago and was a Family-based Treatment study therapist. Recently ran online chat support groups for parents implementing family-based treatment (www.edparentsupport.net).