- Calls to this hotline are currently being directed to Within Health or Timberline Knolls
- Representatives are standing by 24/7 to help answer your questions
- All calls are confidential and HIPAA compliant
- There is no obligation or cost to call
- Eating Disorder Hope does not receive any commissions or fees dependent upon which provider you select
- Additional treatment providers are located on our directory or samhsa.gov
Consulting and coaching support opportunities are available.
Recovery Coaching offers a one on one relationship with an experienced mentor, focused on helping you attain your goals, develop healthy life skills and find long-term freedom from an eating disorder.
It is not therapy, rather the coach comes alongside your current treatment team to be an extra pillar of encouragement, motivation, faith-based support (if desired) and accountability.
A coach can also assist in case management, provide coaching and support for the family of a loved one in recovery, help find resources, and navigate the treatment process. The relationship can be customizable to the needs of you and your family at whatever point you are at on the healing journey.
Consulting offers the opportunity to discuss the eating disorder field and treatment options with a seasoned veteran of the field.
It may be useful for a one-time discussion of a case and what treatment options are available to meet the needs of that individual.
Or, it may be helpful to a company seeking to understand the eating disorder field while considering designing and establishing their own treatment program.
Consultants and Coaches
Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC
Founder of Eating Disorder Hope & Addiction Hope
Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC is offering her services for consulting and coaching. She is a licensed therapist with a former closed counseling practice specialized in the treatment of eating disorders.
Jacquelyn founded Eating Disorder Hope in 2005, driven by a profound desire to help those struggling with anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorder. This passion resulted from her battle with, and recovery from, an eating disorder.
She then founded Addiction Hope in 2013 after recognizing that so many members of the EDH online community were also struggling with a co-occurring issue of addiction.
Jacquelyn has a Bachelor of Science in Human Services degree from The University of Phoenix and a Masters degree in Counseling/Psychology, from Capella University.
She has extensive experience in the eating disorder field including advanced education in psychology, participation, and contributions to additional eating disorder groups, symposiums, and professional associations.
She is a member of the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), Academy of Eating Disorders (AED), the Eating Disorders Coalition (EDC) and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp).
Jacquelyn enjoys oil painting, hiking, working out, coffee, dogs, reading, bible study and spending time with family & friends.
Kirsten Haglund Muller-Daubermann
Former Miss America
Kirsten Haglund Muller-Daubermann is an international speaker, mental health advocate, and digital media strategist. Through her media and communications company, En Pointe, she works with a diverse group of clients in both the profit and non-profit sectors increasing social engagement and scalability, social listening, communications training, spokesperson work increasing brand awareness.
Kirsten serves as a media spokesperson, speaker, and Director of Global Business Development and Digital Media for Eating Disorder Hope & Addiction Hope. She is also Community Relations Specialist for Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Centre and is Founder and President of the Kirsten Haglund Foundation.
She also does political analysis across television news networks and radio, including on MSNBC, CNN International, Fox Business Network, and Fox News Channel. Her Op-Eds on politics, culture and non-profit advocacy have appeared in the New York Daily News, Forbes.com, Huff Post and in industry journals.
She served as Miss America 2008 and Goodwill Ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Kirsten graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Political Science and is currently based in Zürich, Switzerland.