Eating Disorder Hope’s Seal of Excellence
Eating Disorder Hope is proud to recognize those within the eating disorder community who share and embody our message of hope and healing. We are honored to partner with talented individuals and non-profit organizations dedicated to improving eating disorder resources available to the community.Recipients of Eating Disorder Hope’s Seal of Excellence are those who go above and beyond to support those who are struggling, raise awareness, and promote recovery.
Each quarter, we select one recipient from each of the following categories:
- Non-profit organizations
- Eating disorder professionals
- Community members
In addition to being given the Seal of Excellence badge for placement on their own website, recipients are recognized on this page and on all Eating Disorder Hope social media platforms as a valued member of the eating disorder community.
MEDA is a non-profit that provides unparalleled support to the eating disorder community of New England. Resources include clinical assessments, recovery support groups, individualized referrals, and many interactive community events.
Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS
Dr. Gaudiani is a true leader in the field, and remains one of the only outpatient internists in the nation classified as a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist. She opened Gaudiani Clinic in 2016, a concierge clinic for individuals seeking medical support for eating disorders.
“Dr. G provides hope, healing, intelligence, and warmth to the medical field and offers truly exceptional and genuine treatment to anyone lucky enough to cross paths with her.”
Nikki is a former model who shares her own recovery story in the recent memoir Washed Away: From Darkness to Light. She is a vibrant advocate for the mental health community, serves as volunteer coordinator for Project HEAL, and is a contributing writer for both Eating Disorder Hope and Addiction Hope.
Project HEAL is a non-profit that raises funds to send individuals to eating disorder treatment. Co-founders Liana Rosenman and Kristina Saffran supported each other through their own recovery as teenagers and continue to inspire the eating disorder community. (Non-Profit Organization)
Adrienne Ressler, LMSW, CEDS
Adrienne is an eating disorder and body image specialist. She serves as Vice President of Professional Development for The Renfrew Center and continues to educate others on body image and how it impacts those touched by eating disorders. (Eating Disorder Professional)
Shannon is an eating disorder advocate who recently authored Pound for Pound: A Story of One Woman’s Recovery and the Shelter Dogs Who Loved Her Back to Life, which chronicles the role animals played in her recovery. (Community Member)