President
Diane Hilleary, LCSW, CEDS
has been treating girls and women with eating disorders since 2005. She sees individuals, families and groups in her private practice in Atlanta, GA. Diane is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and leads DBT groups for women in recovery. She previously served as treasurer of iaedp-Atlanta and currently serves as a chapter representative to the iaedp International Board.

 
 
 

Secretary
Amber Martin Corbi, LPC
specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, depression, anxiety and substance use disorders in her private practice in Brookhaven. Amber has extensively trained with eating disorder expert, Dr. Anita Johnston, author of Eating in the Light of the Moon. Due to her personal recovery from an eating disorder, Amber is passionate about supporting clients in finding their own path to recovery.

 

Treasurer
Jill Lewis, MA, LCSW, CEDS provides individual, group, couples, and family therapy for people struggling with eating disorders. Jill has worked at the Renfrew Center and Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center. She has psychodynamic training from The New York Psychoanalytic Society, as well as group training from Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. She maintains a practice in New York City and Atlanta. 

Past-President
Dr. Judi-Lee Webb, Ph.D., CEDS was the Founding President of iaedp-Atlanta Chapter from 2014-2016.  She is a licensed psychologist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, iaedp Approved Supervisor, and the co-owner of New Directions Counseling Center, with locations in Smyrna/Vinings and Buckhead.  She has been treating eating disorders and other mental health issues since 2001

 
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Education Co-Chair
Lauren Greenway, LPC, MAC is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Georgia and has a private practice in Suwanee.  Lauren graduated from Georgia State University in 2011.  She was formerly the Primary Counselor for Disordered Eating at Metro Atlanta Recovery Residences.  Specialty areas include eating disorders, addictions, trauma, relationship issues, and self-esteem issues.

 

 

Education Co-Chair
Joy Ssebikindu, LPC, NCC
 is a “Double ‘Dore” having graduated from Vanderbilt University with her BA in Sociology and Child Development, and her M.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Shortly after finishing graduate school, Joy moved to Atlanta in pursuit of a career as a mental health therapist, where she continues to provide therapeutic services today in her private practice and as the Primary Therapist at Center for Discovery.

 

 
 

Hospitality Co-Chair
Erin Enzweiler, LAPC, RD is a Registered Dietitian and Psychotherapist who has a special heart for working with people who struggle in their relationship with food and body acceptance. Erin has a private practice in midtown and currently works at Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders (ACE) as a therapist and dietitian.

 

Hospitality C0-Chair
Jacy Pitts, RD, CSP, LD
 is a Registered Dietitian with offices in Smyrna and Buckhead. She sees eating disordered clients of all ages and genders. Board Certified in Pediatric Nutrition since 2007, Jacy specializes in working with children, teens, and families. Her office has a fully equipped kitchen and meeting space for meal/group support to help clients build skills in recovery.

 

Marketing Co-Chair
Gail Phillips, LCSW has specialized in the treatment of Eating Disorders for over 25 years, and she has extensive training and experience.  She helps individuals with all types of eating problems, and she also treats addictions, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and relationship problems. 

 

 

 

 

Marketing Co-Chair
Joanne Marcone, LPC
believes wellness is achieved by a healthy balance between  BODY, MIND and SPIRIT. Treating the whole person is the most effective way of producing lasting change. Through her understanding of the physical workings of the body and use of psychodynamic therapy, she helps clients discover their true self and develop their own resources for healing and growth.

 
 

Membership Chair
Leslie Cox, RD, CSP, LD, CNSC
 is a registered dietitian specializing in pediatric nutrition and eating disorders.  Leslie is on staff at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta where she is a member of the eating disorder treatment team which provides medical stabilization for children and teens with eating disorders.   

 
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Certification
Jessica Baker, Ph.D., CEDS is a licensed psychologist, Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and iaedp Approved Supervisor. She also serves on the Certification Committee for iaedp.  Dr. Baker started the eating disorders program at MARR Women’s Center before opening her private practice in 2007.  She has been treating eating disorders and other mental health issues since 2001.

 

 
 

Social Media Co-Chair
Hannah Page, LAPC, NCC graduated from Auburn University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. She works in a private practice in Marietta, GA often using creative expressive therapy, CBT, and art therapy. She enjoys working with children and adolescents who are struggling with body image, eating disorders, and low self-esteem. Hannah sees individual clients, families, and leads group therapy. She is passionate about helping others experience a meaningful, healthy, and balanced life.

 

 
 

Social Media Co-Chair
Laura Knox, LMFT
graduated from Mercer University's School of Medicine, Marriage and Family therapy program. She works in private practice and enjoys working with individuals, families and couples with an array of issues, including disordered eating, negative cognitions, body image concerns, shame, relationship problems, and self-esteem issues. Laura is intensively trained in DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and often uses this modality in session as well as leading groups. 

 
 

Student Liaison Co-Chair
Griffin Wynkoop, BS is a graduate student in the University of Georgia’s Community Counseling Program and clinical intern at Samaritan Center for Counseling and Wellness in Athens, GA.  Griffin has a passion for helping clients discover power within their bodies. She is planning to begin her career as an LAPC in Atlanta, GA and begin specializing with eating disorders after graduating in May 2017.  

 

 
 

Student Liaison Co-Chair
EJ Hackett, EdS, LPC
 is Program Director at Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders (ACE). Over the last 10+ years she has dedicated her schooling and work to treating clients with eating disorders and trauma.  EJ has served as a psychotherapist at ACE, therapist at Ridgeview’s Women’s Center, Eating Disorder Specialist at Hope Homes, and Research Assistant for Michael Lowe, PhD, at Drexel University, in partnership with Renfrew.

 
 

Sponsor Liaison
Anne Marie Dine, LPC, MAC is the Director of Outpatient Services at Foundations Atlanta – Midtown. She specializes in treating eating, substance use, and mood disorders; she has experience working with these issues at all levels of care since 2007. Anne Marie has been intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) as well as EMDR, and uses these to develop a relationship of trust and growth with her clients.

 

 
 

Medical Liasion
Carrie Poline, D.O, FAPA
 is a double board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and the Medical Director of the Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders. In her private practice she treats eating disorders, mood, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. Dr. Poline has been published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders and is an adjunct faculty member at Emory University School of Medicine.

 

 

 

Medical Liaison
Anna Tanner, MD, FAAP, FSAHM, CEDS
 is Executive Director of Veritas Atlanta. Her primary focus is the medical evaluation and management of children and adolescents with eating disorders. She has been recognized in Atlanta magazine as a “Top Doctor” for the past several years. In addition, she is a Fellow in the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine and a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist.

 

Medical Liaison
Candace B. Adair, MD, FAPA
is a dually board certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, as well as a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. She is currently in private practice where she works diligently with children, adolescents, and adults to develop a comprehensive, holistic, treatment plan that is personalized to meet their needs. Dr. Adair brings a unique, empowering, and collaborative treatment style to the field of eating disorders.