Judi-Lee Webb, Ph.D.- Psychologist
“Utilizing a direct, interactive approach, with a touch of humor, I help clients address various psychological issues, but my specialty areas include eating disorders, body image issues and obesity issues. I believe in establishing a collaborative approach with my clients to help support the therapeutic process. Using mainly cognitive-behavioral techniques, I help them learn to identify and challenge their unhealthy thoughts and behaviors so they can develop happier, more meaningful lives. I received intensive training in the Eating Disorders Program at the Medical College of Georgia and the Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders. I have been in private practice since 2003.”
Gail Phillips – Clinical Social Worker
Gail is a licensed clinical social worker who has been helping people with eating disorders since 1988. “At that time,” she states, “I hoped that the number of people developing eating disorders would steadily decline as other professionals specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and I worked to prevent eating disorders, but, unfortunately, the numbers have instead steadily increased over the years.” Gail has worked as EDIN’s Middle School Outreach Coordinator because she knows that thousands of students can be reached by just a few active students. “I decided that becoming the Middle School Outreach Coordinator with EDIN would be a great way to invest my time and energy toward the prevention of eating disorders!” She also educates parents of students so that they can help prevent their kids from getting off track and developing eating disorders. She gives presentations to groups on various topics related to eating disorders. Gail has a private practice in Atlanta.
Page Love, MS, RD, LD – Registered and Licensed Dietitian
Page Love, MS, RD, LD, is a leading nutrition expert and owner of Nutrifit, Sport, Therapy, Inc., a company dedicated to helping clients reach wellness goals. The Nutrifit team specializes in counseling for disease prevention, weight management, sport nutrition, eating disorders nutrition therapy, and more.
As a sports nutrition expert, Page has worked with professionals, collegiate teams, and individual athletes. Recent clients include the Atlanta Braves, the U.S. Tennis Association, and U.S. Figure Skating Association. She provides individual and group counseling for disordered eating and also works with programs such as the National Eating Disorders Association, Eating Disorders Information Network, and The Renfrew Center.
Caroline Correll Gebhardt – Movement/Fitness Trainer
Caroline is a movement/fitness trainer utilizing a combination of aerobic training, Pilates-based exercises and yoga to help people from all walks of life. After discovering the healing powers of movement with music in her personal life, she began teaching others the joy of strength and flexibility. Caroline created FLOW Training, which provides in-home personal training and gentle movement workshops, to encourage people to thrive physically and emotionally through balanced exercise, creative thinking and authentic movement. She continues to push the world of fitness in new directions – staying open and sensitive to those at risk for disordered eating, teaching the philosophy of listening to the body’s unique wisdom, and marrying the body with the spirit.
Jennifer Mayerle – News Reporter, CBS Atlanta News
Jennifer Mayerle is an Emmy award-winning journalist with CBS Atlanta News. She began her career as a television reporter in 2000. Jennifer is a volunteer with EDIN and served on the Board of Directors for three years. The loss of her best friend to anorexia shortly after college led to Jennifer’s commitment to help others with this disease. Jennifer speaks on a variety of topics, such as the impact of eating disorders on friends and family, including how her friend’s disease changed her life; the importance of a positive self body image, particularly for girls and young women; and the power of “image” in the media, its pervasive effect on society and the very real pressure it places on people both within and outside of the industry.