Advisory Board Member
Stefanie Ginsburg, RD, CEDRD-S has been a Registered Dietitian since 2006, after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, and completing a one-year dietetic internship with the Rutgers School of Biomedical and Health Sciences. Her career began as a Nutrition Therapist working for three years at the Center for Eating Disorders through Penn Medicine Princeton Health, treating inpatients and partial hospitalization patients of all ages. During an eight-year tenure at the Eating Recovery Center of Denver’s Child and Adolescent Program, she became a Senior Clinical Dietitian and the company’s subject matter expert in the treatment of patients with an ARFID diagnosis, helping to create a treatment protocol, admission assessments and providing trainings for fellow clinicians and floor staff. While with ERC and since starting her private practice, she has trained a multitude of professionals, working at all levels of care, about ARFID and best care practices. She and Rebecca Thomas, RD, LDN have co-created and co-lead two different sessions of Mastering ARFID: 8 Week Training for Dietitians, as well as an online training course for clinicians entitled, Treating ARFID: The Newest Eating Disorder on the Block. Located in the Greater Denver Metro Area, her aim is to bring expertise in and dedication to eating disorders as a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian and Approved Supervisor (CEDRD-S), her many years of experience helping people make peace with food, and her ARFID training and consulting services to eating disorder treatment centers, providers, and support systems.
As a member of the Advisory Board for VERY Stefanie brings her strong clinical knowledge with eating disorders as well as her awareness of the outpatient landscape to help this novel setting for outpatient care succeed.
Bachelor’s Degree in Nutritional Sciences from Rutgers University