Currently, she treats patients primarily in the outpatient setting. Wahls is committed to individualizing treatment and to helping patients recognize, develop, and diversify their personal strengths in order to achieve long-term recovery, health and quality of life. Upon completion of her residency in 2005, she pursued a Fellowship in Eating Disorders with the CED. She has published scientific articles and chapters on eating disorders, trauma and associated problems. Frederick worked with adolescents and adults in a college counseling center, providing treatment to students with various psychiatric disorders. Frederick utilizes both cognitive behavioral and interpersonal treatment approaches. Gooding is a clinical psychologist in the outpatient department of The Center for Eating Disorders. She has also received specialized training in working with athletes with eating disorders. Gooding provides consultation and education to providers and organizations about specific issues related to prevention, assessment, and treatment of athletes and eating disorders. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment and her doctoral dissertation was published in the Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. Clinical Coordinator, Intensive Outpatient Program Dr. Morgan Krumeich graduated from The George Washington University in 2014 with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Krumeich obtained a Masters in Clinical Psychology from The George Washington University as well as a Masters in Education (specializing in Applied Child Studies) from Vanderbilt University. She continues to provide direct patient care and now also provides milieu education to nursing staff regarding eating disorders behavioral management and therapeutic communication, CBT, and DBT all in collaboration with nursing leadership. Mc Gowens has been employed at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Health Systems since July 2008. She has a therapeutic background in CBT, DBT, behavior modification, conflict resolution, adolescent trauma, and substance use. Mc Gowens’ research interests range from understanding parental involvement with toddlers and preschoolers in preparation for kindergarten and beyond, the effects of divorce on young African-American children, feeding issues with children and the effects of eating disorders and obesity on the African-American population. She also serves as The Center's college liaison and is available to facilitate trainings, networking opportunities, groups and programs for college students, as well as offering trainings, referral assistance and consultation to area colleges and university counseling centers. He provides individual, couples and group psychotherapy. Ekaterina Amarando Postdoctoral Fellow Bio coming soon... He utilizes an integrative approach, with a focus on cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, interpersonal therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Starkman’s clinical interests include eating disorders and body image concerns, anxiety disorders, complex trauma, relational concerns, LGBTQ issues, college student mental health, group psychotherapy, and supervision. Social Worker, Family Therapist Dina Wientge has been a part of The Center for Eating Disorders staff since 1998.
After a year at Baltimore Washington Medical Center as Medical Director of the Partial Hospital Program, Dr. She currently works in the Admissions Department performing the psychiatric evaluations and administrative functions related to the admissions process, while also helping to orient patients and families entering the hospital programs. She developed and directed the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Program at the CED which has been adapted to inpatient, outpatient and intensive outpatient settings. Anderson also directs the training of the post-doctoral fellows at The Center. She has been a two time presenter at the "Powered by Me! She joined The Center for Eating Disorders in 2010 as a post-doctoral fellow working with the inpatient and partial hospitalization programs. She previously spent two years at Sheppard Pratt as a psychology extern at The Lodge School, where she conducted individual therapy, in addition to co-leading group and family therapy. Krumeich completed a year of internship as a school psychologist in the Newark Public School System before returning to Sheppard Pratt in 2014 to become Clinical Coordinator at The Center for Eating Disorders' Intensive Outpatient Program. Krumeich has specialized training in working with children and adolescents, but she has experience (and enjoys! She will continue to provide group therapy and individual therapy for patients in the inpatient and partial hospital programs. As the Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland, Dr. She received her Masters in social work from the University of Maryland in 1994, and she trained at Johns Hopkins University focusing on women's health issues.
Active in the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. In addition to involvement in several federally-funded research projects, he directs and coordinates the Center’s fellowship training program in eating disorders. Crawford is a Past-President of the Maryland Psychiatric Society and chairs the Scientific Council of Med-Chi, the Maryland State Medical Society. Gaffney graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1995. She completed her residency training in psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt in 2013.
Brandt is a past-president of the Maryland Psychiatric Society, and has served as Representative to the APA Assembly. Brandt has repeatedly been listed as a Baltimore Top Doctor and in Best Doctors in America. He serves on the Multi-disciplinary Peer Review Committee at University of Maryland St. She completed her psychiatry residency at the University of Maryland in 1999 after which she did a one-year fellowship in eating disorders at the Center for Eating Disorders. She has been with The Center for Eating Disorders since 1999 and currently provides psychopharmacology and psychotherapy on an outpatient basis. She then completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry also at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt in 2015. Kuniega-Pietrzak attended the University of Maryland Medical School from 1997-2001.
Lisa Butler, MS, LCPC Outpatient Therapist Lisa Butler received her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University in 2008.
Regis Aguglia, LCSW-C Family Therapist Regis Aguglia joined The Center for Eating Disorders in 2014 as a family therapist.Additionally, he is a Past-President of the Medical Staff and member of the Board of Trustees of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center and heads Schwartz Center Rounds to bring doctors, nurses and other caregivers together to discuss the human side of healthcare. Crawford is consistently listed as Top Doctor in local and national professional surveys. During medical school and residency, her interest in the treatment of individuals with eating disorders led her to complete training on the inpatient unit and at the outpatient department here at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt. Jeurling treated child and adolescent patients and taught residents and fellows within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Jeurling currently treats children and adolescents as well as adults in the Outpatient Department at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt. She completed a residency in adult psychiatry and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Brown University, and served as chief resident for the last year of her training. Mysore graduated from JSS medical College in India in 1999.One of her additional interests is Maternal Mental Health, including the treatment of women suffering from psychiatric disorders during and after pregnancy. Jeurling is board certified in both General and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. At Brown she developed an interest in both eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders, and participated in the POTS II research study for OCD. Kuniega-Pietrzak has been with The Center for Eating Disorders since 2006. She completed her residency in Adult Psychiatry from 2000-2004 at the Medical College of Virginia/ Virginia Commonwealth University and a subsequent fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Maryland from 2004 to 2006.She is Board certified in Adult Psychiatry and in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Schwartz graduated from University of Illinois College of Medicine in 2009.Her specialty is in Psychodynamics and Comprehensive Treatment of Eating Disorders in Adults and Children/Adolescents. Ramos completed her eating disorders fellowship at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt in 2013. Savchenko is double board certified in Adult Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry. In 2009, following completion of an eating disorder fellowship at CED, Dr. She completed her residency in psychiatry in 2013 and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry in 2015, both at the University of Maryland/Sheppard Pratt program.Craig's current focus is in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.