On The Move: Promotions, New Hires & Advancements

Rebekah Doweyko, LPC of Durham has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Clinical Operations, Connecticut Region, for Walden Behavioral Care LLC, a leading hospital for treating eating disorders. In her new role, Doweyko will be responsible for the clinical services and operations of all Walden locations in Connecticut.

7News Special Report: Thin to Win

A new program from Walden Behavioral Care for athletes with eating disorders is featured on WHDH-TV

Walden Appoints Force to Serve As Chief Nursing Officer

Walden Behavioral Care, one of the country’s leading hospitals for treating eating disorders, announced today that Lucille Force of Attleboro, Mass. has joined Walden Behavioral Care as Assistant Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO).

Walden Names Haines Prevention Education Specialist

The Walden Center for Education and Research and Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham recently announced that Stephanie Haines of Peterborough, New Hampshire, has joined Walden as a prevention education specialist.

Prevention Education Specialist at Walden Center for Education and Research

Haines is responsible for programs aimed at preventing and raising awareness of eating disorders, including Walden Center’s School-Based Eating Disorder Prevention Program, which provides educational programs to schools and other organizations throughout New England.

Walden Names Bordonaro Program Director

Walden Behavioral Care, LLC, , one of the country’s leading hospitals for treating eating disorders, announced today that it has named Robert Bordonaro of Winchester to the position of Program Director for Walden’s new Peabody clinic at Suite 260, Two Corporation Way.

Active Minds Hosts Eating Disorder Panel

To raise awareness about eating disorders during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, the University of Massachusetts club Active Minds held a panel discussion about eating disorders and how to beat them on Tuesday night.