Who Works with EDs in DC?

We’ve put together a DC Metropolitan Area Complimentary Services Guide to help our clients and community members find professionals who really know what they’re doing when it comes to eating disorders, and who are open to partnering with other providers to provide robust and holistic care.

If you are a professional who works with eating disorders in the DC Metropolitan area and you would like to be added to this list, we’d love to speak with you! Email us at info@rockrecoveryed.org and a member of our treatment team will follow up with you directly. Updates and corrections may also be sent to info@rockrecoveryed.org.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is not a substitute for medical treatment or psychological care. Individuals should talk with a physician and a qualified mental health professional regarding eating disorder symptoms and treatment. Moreover, individuals are responsible for interviewing and selecting practitioners. By requesting resources and referrals you understand and agree that the Rock Recovery is not responsible for any providers’ services or lack thereof.

 

Medical Doctors*

*When visiting a medical doctor, you may want to take the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA)’s “Screening” guide with you. This guide has recommended tests (Table 1) and provides medical doctors with guidance for recommending the appropriate level of care (Table 2). This guide is located online.
Name Address Contact Information
Dr. Jennifer Gorrelick, M.D. (Primary Care Physician) Falls Church, VA 703-525-8863
Gary Litovitz, M.D. (Psychiatry) Vienna, VA Gary.Litovitz@HCAHealthcare.com
703-883-2942
Domenica Rubino, M.D.
(Endocrinology, Diabetes)
Arlington, VA http://www.wtmgmt.com/staff.html
info@wtmgmt.com
703-807-0037

 

Therapists/Psychologists

Name Address Contact Information
Liz Marsh, LICSW 3000 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 438
Washington, DC 20008
LizMarshLICSW@gmail.com
202-681-6189
Beverly J. Magida, LCSW 7643 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22043
bev.magida@verizon.net
703-821-3055
Isabel B. Kirk, MA Arlington, VA
Vienna, VA
Washington, DC
www.dcvacounseling-psychotherapy.com
isabelbk08@gmail.com
703-231-7991
Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center
Heather Baker, LCSW
1031 Sterling Road, Ste 203
Herndon, VA 20170
www.centerforhopeofnova.com
info@prosperityedwell.com
703-466-5000
Michelle Market, LPC Herndon, VA www.michellemarket.com
lpc@michellemarket.com
703-597-7869
Karen Turner, LPC, MA, Ed.S 7 Loudoun St, SW
Leesburg, VA 20175
karenturnerlpc@gmail.com
703-443-1004
Myrna Frank, Ph.D., CGP 4405 East West Hwy
Bethesda, MD 20814
Myrnafrank@verizon.net
301-706-5567
Joanna Marino, Ph.D. 2001 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
www.potomacbehavioralsolutions.com
jmarino@pbshealthcare.com
571-257-3378
Sapna Doshi, Psy.D. 2001 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
www.potomacbehavioralsolutions.com
571-257-3378
Angela Snyder, Psy.D. 2440 M Street, Suite 411
Washington, DC 20037
www.drangelasnyder.com
drangelamsnyder@gmail.com
202-549-7310
Jamie Jones, MA, LPC, ATR-BC 4707 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 103
Washington, DC 20008
jamiejonestherapy.com
jamie@jamiejonestherapy.com
202-244-0818
Jennifer McEwan, Ph.D. 1707 Belle View Blvd, C1
Alexandria, VA 22307
drjennifermcewan@gmail.com
703-765-1400
Susan Marks – Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, LCSW, BCD Arlington, VA 22207 surobbin@verizon.net
703-533-9104
Dana Harron, PsyD – Clinical Psychologist, Specializations in Anxiety and Disordered Eating
1350 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 801
Washington DC 20036
drdanaharron@gmail.com
202-656-3681
Cara L. Schmid, PsyD – Licensed Clinical Psychologist Potomac Behavioral Solutions
2001 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 211
Arlington, VA 22202
cschmid@pbshealthcare.com
571-257-3364

 

Dietitians

Name Address Contact Information
Julie Bowman, MS, RD, LMHC 2001 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
www.potomacbehavioralsolutions.com
jbowman@pbshealthcare.com
571-257-3378
Erin Wolf-Barnett, MS, RD, LD 110 N. Washington St., Suite 407
Rockville, MD 20850
410-913-7078
Rebecca Scritchfield, MA, RD, ACSM Health Fitness Specialist Chevy Chase D.C. Office
5200 27th St NW
Washington, D.C. 20015
http://rebeccascritchfield.com/
rscritchfield@gmail.com
202-375-8942

 

Residential/Inpatient Treatment Centers

Name Address Contact Information
Reflections Eating Disorder Treatment Center at Dominion Hospital Falls Church, VA www.ReflectionsED.com
Felicia.Kolodner@HCAhealthcare.com
703-538-2886
Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt Baltimore, MD http://eatingdisorder.org
410-938-5252
The Renfew Center of Bethesda Bethesda, MD http://renfrewcenter.com/locations/non-residential/bethesda-md
1-800-RENFREW (736-3739)
Northfield Ministries Cumberland, VA http://www.northfieldfoundation.org
Center for Discovery
Fairfax, VA
1-866-458-5441

http://www.centerfordiscovery.com

 

Recovery Activities

Name Description Contact Information
NIA by Lisa The NIA Technique is a movement practice that not only offers the cardiovascular benefits of traditional fitness classes, but also encourages emotional expression and engagement to nourish the mind, body, and soul. http://lisamoves.com/about
Selah Yoga by Lisa Martinez From the beginning scripture reading through the flow of the postures to the final resting prayer, Selah Yoga will help you pause to be refreshed both physically and spiritually. http://www.selah-yoga.com
Overeaters Anonymous Gatherings of two or more compulsive eaters who come together to share their personal experience and the strength and hope. www.oa.org/membersgroups/find-a-meeting

 

Online Therapeutic Resources

Name Description Contact Information
Overcoming Bulimia (Williams, Aubin, Cottrell, & Harkin, 1998) 8 interactive modules combining cognitive-behavioral, motivational, and educational strategies. http://www.overcomingbulimiaonline.com
Eating Disorder Hope Listing of moderated online support groups. http://eatingdisorderhope.com/recovery/support-groups/online
Turning Institute – Online CBT for Eating Distress Learn tools to manage your negative behaviors, set better goals and identify unhelpful ways of thinking. http://www.turninginstitute.com