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Katy Kowalsky

Katy Kowalsky

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MHRIR, PHR, CCP

Chief People Officer

Accanto Health

Katy Kowalsky (she/her) is the Chief People Officer at Accanto Health, the parent company of Gather Behavioral Health, The Emily Program, and Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment centers. She oversees the Human Resources team responsible for talent management, employee engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and total rewards.

With over 25 years of experience in HR, Katy is a well-rounded executive skilled in leading through change, fostering innovation, and aligning the people strategy with the business strategy. Katy has a genuine desire to empower and better the professional lives of the company team.

Katy holds a Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations degree, a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, and certifications as a Prosci Change Practitioner, PHR, and CCP.

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Tom Britton

Tom Britton

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DrPH

Chief Executive Officer

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Dr. Tom Britton (he/him) is the Chief Executive Officer of Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Tom’s involvement in the behavioral health field spans more than 30 years, and his extensive clinical and leadership work history provides him with the foundation necessary to lead Accanto Health with an unwavering commitment to our mission of delivering exceptional individualized and collaborative care for the whole journey so individuals and families can thrive.

Before coming to Accanto, Tom was the CEO of American Addiction Centers, and before that was President and CEO of Gateway Foundation, the nation’s largest non-profit substance use treatment provider, and held operational leadership positions in the eating disorders division of CRC Health that are now the eating disorder programs within Acadia Healthcare.

Tom is committed to lifelong learning, completing a Doctorate in Public Health at the Gillings School of Global Health, a master’s degree in addiction treatment, and a master’s in marriage and family therapy. Dr. Britton has taught and lectured throughout the country and is considered an expert in the intersection of behavioral health and the larger context of public health and policy.

Personally, Tom has used his history of addiction and recovery to guide organizations to a place of compassionate and science-driven practice.

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Harry Holmberg

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Vice President of IT

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Harry Holmberg (he/him) is the Vice President of Information Technology (IT) for Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. In this role, he is responsible for providing platforms, systems, and IT support to all Accanto employees, including employees working virtually and those working in person at our eating disorder treatment centers.

Harry is a seasoned executive who has spent over 25 years in healthcare and life science IT services, leading in various capacities. He is known for his broad depth of knowledge in information technology, cyber security, business intelligence, and decision support. Harry has also played key leadership roles in several mergers & acquisitions and divestitures.

Harry spent 2.5 years at Kindeva Drug Delivery leading their IT Infrastructure and Security Teams. Prior to Kindeva, he worked for Acova Integrated Health for 2.5 years, leading their IT Function, and United Health Group for 23 years in various leadership positions. Harry holds numerous industry certifications and credentials in Cyber Security, Data Management, IT Architecture, and ITIL.

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Jessie Morsching

Jessie Morsching

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MBA

Chief Financial Officer

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Jessie Morsching (she/her) is the Chief Financial Officer of Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. She oversees the revenue cycle, accounting, and finance teams, which are responsible for a variety of tasks including the creation of financial statements, preparation of board materials, and processing of payroll and expense reports.

Jessie is a seasoned executive who has spent over 20 years in multi-site healthcare services, leading in various capacities. She is known for her broad depth of knowledge in finance and accounting, as well as for being a proven partner and leader in operations, sales, strategy, and business development.

Jessie spent eight years at Alliance Healthcare Services (now Akumin), leading its largest division—radiology—which provided services in 49 states to over 1000 customers. Prior to Alliance, she worked for the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (now RAYUS) for 12 years before her career start in public accounting. Jessie holds a Master of Business Administration from the Carlson School of Management and is also a Certified Public Accountant (inactive).

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Kelsey Thomas

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MS, RDN, CD

Senior Regional Director, Pacific Northwest

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Kelsey Thomas (she/her) is the Senior Regional Director, Pacific Northwest at Accanto Health, the parent company of Gather Behavioral Health, The Emily Program, and Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment centers. Kelsey joined The Emily Program’s Seattle Outpatient site in 2012 as a Registered Dietitian and transitioned over time into the Senior Regional Director, Pacific Northwest role. During her time working at the Seattle Outpatient site, Kelsey has worked with adults and adolescents in OP, IOP, and PHP levels of care and held the role of Site Director for three years. Kelsey has her master’s degree in nutrition and dietetics, loves eating the food her husband makes, and enjoys playing cribbage as well as gardening in her outdoor and indoor gardens.

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Caleb Kaihoi

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MA, LMFT

Senior Regional Director, North

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Caleb Kaihoi (he/him) is the Senior Regional Director, North of Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Caleb joined The Emily Program’s Anna Westin House in St. Paul, MN in 2014 as a Residential Therapist. Caleb has a combined 5 years of experience leading both residential and outpatient eating disorder treatment centers at The Emily Program, and over time, transitioned to the Senior Regional Director, North role. In clinical work, Caleb draws from multiple approaches to support clients in meeting their goals, including understanding family and relational context, providing CBT and DBT skills, utilizing the stages of change model, and trauma-informed care. He is passionate about ensuring sites are providing effective care at all levels, and that clients will experience tangible change and improvement in their health and wellbeing.

Outside of work, Caleb enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, golfing, working on house projects, and listening to all types of music.

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Brittany Davis

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MEd, LPCC-S

Senior Regional Director, Midwest

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Brittany Davis (she/her) is the Senior Regional Director, Midwest at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Brittany began her counseling career as a graduate student at The Cleveland Center for Eating Disorders (CCED) in 2009. After graduating, she joined the CCED team as the Adolescent PHP/IOP Program Coordinator and remained in this role for nine years. In 2018, she transitioned to the Site Director for The Emily Program’s Cleveland Outpatient location. Over the years, Brittany has specialized in the treatment of adolescent eating disorders using the Family-Based Treatment (FBT) approach and has attended multiple intensive trainings in Family-Based Treatment (FBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Brittany is the mom to a daughter, Isabelle, and a son, Tyler. She has a love for animals and recently adopted a golden retriever puppy. In her personal time, she enjoys being outside, spending time with her family and friends, and cheering on Cleveland sports teams.

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Mary Bretzman

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MD

Vice President for the Department of Adult Medicine

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Dr. Mary Bretzman (she/her) is the Vice President for the Department of Adult Medicine at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. She currently oversees the team of healthcare professionals who work with our adult patients at our inpatient, residential, and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs. Dr. Bretzman is deeply committed to delivering skilled and compassionate care to our patients and their families. She is also a certified eating disorder specialist.

Dr. Bretzman is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School and completed a residency in Family Medicine at the University of Utah-Salt Lake City. Since residency, she practiced in primary care in Utah and Minnesota. Dr. Bretzman has been with our organization since 2010.

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Accanto Health

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Beside you every step of the way.

Accanto Health is the parent company of Veritas Collaborative and The Emily Program, two nationally known eating disorder programs offering a full continuum of care.

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Accanto means “beside” in Italian. This speaks to our commitment to serve our clients the whole way through their treatment journeys, across all services and levels of care. We honor the incredible courage it takes to reach out for help, and in turn, we meet each individual where they are and provide warm, caring treatment every step of the way.

Recognizing that one size does not fit all, our programs provide exceptional, individualized care for people with eating disorders of all ages in a gender-diverse and inclusive environment, incorporating an array of individual, group, and family therapy, nutrition, psychiatry, medical care, yoga, education, and support services.

Our eating disorder treatment centers are hubs of caring. 

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Our Programs

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    Veritas Collaborative

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    Veritas Collaborative offers in-person and virtual treatment across North Carolina and Georgia.

    Learn more about Veritas Collaborative here or by calling 1-855-875-5812.

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    The Emily Program

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    The Emily Program offers in-person and virtual treatment across Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington.

    Learn more about The Emily Program
    here or by calling 1-888-364-5977.

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    Gather Behavioral Health

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    Gather Behavioral Health offers in-person and virtual treatment across Minnesota and Wisconsin.

    Learn more about Gather Behavioral Health here or by calling 1-888-364-5977.

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Our Approach

Our Approach to Care

At Veritas we’re not just treating eating disorders, we’re treating people.

Our treatment model is designed to meet you wherever you are in your recovery journey, at whatever stage of life, and to help you and your community of support develop the skills needed for lasting recovery.

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We follow clinical best practices at all levels of care designed to help you achieve long-term recovery. Our belief in the power of collaboration is evident in the way we work, bringing together a multidisciplinary team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals to address the medical, nutritional, and behavioral issues caused by eating disorders.

We personalize each care plan to take into account not only the type and severity of your eating disorder, but also your personality, your response to past treatment, your family and social situation, and any special demands life may be placing on you (school, career, children).

We work to remove any barriers—practical, emotional, or financial—that may come between you and the treatment you need. We also anticipate and address the challenges you’re likely to face when you transition out of treatment and back to your daily life.

While every situation and care plan is different, our goal is always the same: to give you and your loved ones the most effective treatment possible, and the greatest chance of success.

Food and Nutrition Policy

At Veritas Collaborative we foster a Can Eat Culture, believing that individuals can positively influence their eating disorder behavior by engaging in staff facilitated therapeutic supported meals and snacks.

Veritas Collaborative endorses the inclusiveness of all foods and values the absence of food judgment at our eating disorder treatment centers. We can accommodate most dietary restrictions and utilize the expertise of our Registered Dietitians to assess the origins of an individual’s dietary preferences. We understand the complex role food plays and the diverse eating situations life presents. As such, we aim to provide nutrition and food-related experiences, education, counsel, and skills that enable an individual’s journey to a more mindful, flexible, balanced, autonomous, and sustainable relationship with food.

We acknowledge the varying nutritional profiles of food; the individualized nutritional need of each person; and the unique food experience each person has. We strive to support individualization and personal choice that enables adequate nourishment and promotes recovery, which we understand may look different throughout the recovery journey. Ultimately, a Can Eat Culture paradigm supports overall health and wellbeing, with a sense of freedom and true choice in finding ways to purchase, prepare, and consume food.

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Sydney Brodeur-Johnson

Sydney Brodeur-Johnson

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PhD, LCP, CEDS

Senior Director of Clinical Services and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

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Dr. Sydney Brodeur-Johnson (she/her) is the Senior Director of Clinical Services and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Her passion is providing best-practice, research-informed, and multiculturally competent treatment to patients and their families suffering with eating disorders. She is committed to increasing access to effective treatment, training professionals to deliver gold-standard care, and empowering them to be the best providers and people they can be.

Dr. Brodeur received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in 2005 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a concentration in the interdisciplinary treatment of adolescents with eating disorders. She assisted with the opening of Carolina House, a residential eating disorder treatment center in Durham, NC, and was its first Center Director. From 2008–2019, Sydney served as the eating disorder specialist and Associate Director for Training at University Counseling Services at VCU. In that role, she maintained APA accreditation of the psychology internship program and was the administrator for the training program for students in psychology, social work, and counselor education. She also served as a member of the Center’s executive team.

In her free time, Sydney enjoys spending time with her children and partner, being outdoors, listening to music, and traveling.

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Becca Eckstein

Rebecca Eckstein

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LCSW, CEDS-S

Senior Regional Director, Southeast

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Becca Eckstein (she/her) is the Southeast Senior Regional Director at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. In her role, she provides support to our Veritas eating disorder treatment centers, all dedicated to offering evidence-based care for individuals with eating disorders and their families.

Previously, Becca served as the Executive Director of Veritas’ adult treatment center in Durham, NC from its inception until April 2022. Prior to that, she held the positions of Clinical Director and Associate Clinical Director at the first Veritas site, the Durham center for children and adolescents.

Becca is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, having earned her MSW in Social Work from New York University, and Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Violin Performance from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Her passion lies in problem-solving, creating effective and efficient systems, and merging her clinical expertise with operational aspects.

Becca’s experience helping individuals with eating disorders in various levels of care at Veritas and in Massachusetts, along with her training in FBT, ACT, CBT, and DBT, informs her evidence-based approach to treatment. She is passionate about empowering individuals to create a sustainable path to recovery that moves them in the direction of their values. She also firmly believes in treatment to outcome, to help ensure the best chance of a lasting recovery process for individuals and their loved ones. Becca specializes in family therapy and sees partners, parents, and other loved ones as essential advocates and allies in the treatment process.

Becca feels strongly that recovery occurs in community and loved ones need to be included in care, for validation, education, and support. It is the community that helps to provide the scaffolding for an individual with an eating disorder to sustain their recovery and live life more fully again. She has tremendous appreciation for our patients and their loved ones and commend their bravery in entering care, as well as their tenacity in working towards their values and doing (many) hard things. She loves this company and what we do, and thinks our ability and willingness to help others survive and thrive is truly a gift.

When Becca is not working at Accanto, she is raising a family of her own in Chapel Hill, NC. She has four children, two dogs, and a lovely husband who also helps others. A fact you may not know about her is that she is a proud New Yorker and will drive near and far for delicious bagels, baked goods, and pizza!

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Kate Norris

Kate Norris

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JD

General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

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Kate Norris (she/her) is the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Accanto Health, the parent company of  Gather Behavioral Health, The Emily Program, and Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment centers. She leads Accanto’s Legal, Compliance, and Medical Records functions, providing legal counsel across the organization and supervising compliance and regulatory initiatives. Kate’s passion lies in expanding access to eating disorder care and collaborating with government entities to advance this objective.

Kate studied law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law in the Twin Cities and worked in a variety of capacities within the medical device industry, legal technology, and public defense prior to joining The Emily Program. She is a current adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law and a frequent speaker in university classes and various legal and compliance conferences.

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Lindsay Drebenstedt

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MBA

Vice President of Admissions and Contact

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Lindsay Drebenstedt (she/her) is the Vice President of Admissions and Contact at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Lindsay leads a network of teams dedicated to providing exceptional service to all clients seeking care at our eating disorder treatment centers – from their first phone call to inquire about treatment services to ensuring a warm and welcoming environment in which to heal. These key teams include admissions, office managers, utilization reviewers, client accounts, scheduling, and property management. Lindsay also plays a central role in expanding treatment access to new markets, with a focus on site expansion execution.

Lindsay began working at the front desk of The Emily Program during her senior year of high school, providing a unique opportunity to observe both the clinical and business sides of eating disorder treatment. She joined the administrative staff full-time after receiving her bachelor’s degree in business administration (concentrating on international business) from George Washington University in the District of Columbia. She earned her master’s in business administration from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.

Lindsay finds that collaborating with Accanto Health’s incredibly talented teams is the most rewarding part of her work. She’s continually inspired by their dedication to finding new and better ways to welcome people into our care.

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Scott Crow

Scott Crow

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Vice President for the Department of Psychiatry

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Dr. Scott Crow (he/him) is the Vice President for the Department of Psychiatry at Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. Scott oversees research that the organization conducts in partnership with the University of Minnesota. He also provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management for a small caseload of individual clients.

Scott earned his medical degree and completed his psychiatric residency at the University of Minnesota, where he is now a professor. He has been active in national and international eating disorders groups and is Past President of the Academy of Eating Disorders.

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Mark Warren

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MD, MPH, FAED

Chief Medical Officer

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Dr. Mark Warren (he/him) is the Chief Medical Officer of Accanto Health, the parent company of Veritas Collaborative, The Emily Program, and Gather Behavioral Health. His primary focus is enhancing patient safety at our eating disorder treatment centers and providing comprehensive care that addresses both the physical and psychological aspects of eating disorders. Working alongside our executive team and our medical staff, Dr. Warren is dedicated to helping all of our patients embark on a path toward a meaningful and joyful life.

Dr. Warren is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders, where he co-founded the special interest group (SIG) for Professionals and Recovery and the SIG for Males and Eating Disorders. He is a two-time recipient of the Exemplary Psychiatrist Award of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, and a winner of the Woodruff Award. He has published and spoken extensively on males and eating disorders, professionals and recovery, and DBT and FBT in the treatment of eating disorders.

Dr. Warren is a founding member and former co-chair of the Academy of Eating Disorders Medical Care Standards Committee and serves on the FEAST Medical Advisory Board and The Visiting Committee of the Case Western Francis Payne Bolton School of Nursing.

Having personally experienced an eating disorder as a young man, Dr. Warren feels privileged to be working in the field of eating disorders for over two decades.

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Jillian Lampert

Jillian Lampert

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PhD, MPH, RD, LD, FAED

Vice President of Communications and Brand

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Dr. Jillian Lampert (she/her) is the Vice President of Communications and Brand for Accanto Health, the parent company of Gather Behavioral Health, The Emily Program, and Veritas Collaborative’s eating disorder treatment centers. She oversees the communications, outreach, marketing, and public relations teams and activities, including coordination with eating disorders industry groups, clinical and community partners, advocacy groups, and policymakers. Through this work, Jillian focuses on increasing access to care in Accanto’s existing and new markets through strategic growth and expansion.

Dr. Lampert is Co-Founder and President of the REDC, the national consortium representing eating disorders care focused on treatment standards, best practices, access to care, and collaborative research. She is also Treasurer of the Eating Disorders Coalition, a DC-based national organization for eating disorders policy and advocacy, and a Board Member of WithAll, a Minnesota-based organization that empowers eating disorder prevention and strengthens support for recovery. She holds an adjunct graduate faculty position in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Minnesota.

Dr. Lampert completed her doctorate degree in Nutrition and Epidemiology and Master of Public Health degree in Public Health Nutrition at the University of Minnesota. She earned a Master of Science degree in Nutrition at the University of Vermont and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinics. She has an expansive range of policy, clinical, research, education, teaching, and program development experience in the area of eating disorders.

Dr. Lampert has served on the Board of Directors of the Academy for Eating Disorders as the Electronic Media Portfolio Director and co-chair of the Academy for Eating Disorders Nutrition Special Interest Group. She is a Fellow of the Academy for Eating Disorders (FAED) and a member of the Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetic Association), and BHN (Behavioral Health Nutrition) dietetic practice group. Dr. Lampert is the author of numerous book chapters and articles addressing the nutritional treatment of eating disorders, body image, sports participation, adolescent health, and disordered eating and she regularly speaks regionally and nationally on numerous eating disorder-related topics.

As someone with a personal experience with an eating disorder, Jillian strives to bring more care to more people and help people recover from an eating disorder. One of her primary goals in life is to have the kids in her house (and everywhere!) have confident, loving relationships with their bodies and themselves.

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Dirk Miller

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PhD, LP

Executive Chair & Chief Clinical Strategy Officer

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Dirk Miller (he/him) is the Executive Chair and Chief Clinical Strategy Officer of Accanto Health and the Founder of The Emily Program. Dirk is responsible for defining the organization’s clinical vision and overseeing its growth strategy.

Dirk has over 35 years of experience in the treatment of eating disorders, substance use disorders, and other mental and behavioral health issues. He founded and formerly ran Memorial Hospital’s HOPE program for eating disorders and the Renaissance intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program at Elkhart General Hospital. Dirk is a founding member of REDC, as well as a current member of its Board of Directors and Chair of the Ethics Committee. He is also actively involved as a Board Member of the Retreat in Wayzata, MN, a Founder and Board Member Emeritus of WithAll, and a former member of the Governing Council of the MN Psychological Association. Additionally, Dirk is a Distinguished Alumni of the University of Minnesota and recipient of the Larry Johnson Award. He has spoken nationally on a variety of mental health treatment topics and consults with many healthcare organizations.

Both Dirk and his sister Emily experienced eating disorders but lacked access to appropriate eating disorder treatment centers. Building The Emily Program, joining with Veritas Collaborative, and being part of Accanto Health’s growth have been a dream come true for him.

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Leadership Team

Leadership Team

Collaborating on a mission.​

Veritas Collaborative was founded to bring a higher standard of care to eating disorder treatment. Our Leadership Team not only embraces that mission, we’ve spent our professional lives pursuing it.​

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Members of our Leadership Team have been at the forefront of eating disorder treatment and advocacy for decades. Among us are founding members of the Academy of Eating Disorders, REDC, and the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals. We helped the Joint Commission enact tougher treatment standards for eating disorders. We have created and led residential and outpatient treatment programs, and we have seen what works, what doesn’t, and what needs to be done to deliver more effective eating disorder care.​

Now at Veritas, we have the opportunity and resources to deliver that best-practice care without compromise. Brought together by a mission, we are working as one to bring that mission home.​ Discover our eating disorder treatment centers

Meet our Leadership Team

  • Tom Britton

    Tom Britton

    DrPH

    Chief Executive Officer

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    Dirk Miller

    PhD, LP

    Executive Chair, Chief Clinical Strategy Officer & Founder of The Emily Program 

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  • Mark Warren

    Mark Warren

    MD, MPH, FAED

    Chief Medical Officer

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  • Rebecca Eckstein

    Rebecca Eckstein

    LCSW, CEDS-S

    Senior Regional Director, Southeast

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  • Caleb Kaihoi

    Caleb Kaihoi

    MA, LMFT

    Senior Regional Director, North

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  • Kelsey Thomas

    Kelsey Thomas

    MS, RDN, CD

    Senior Regional Director, Pacific Northwest

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  • Brittany Davis

    Brittany Davis

    MEd, LPCC-S

    Senior Regional Director, Midwest

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  • Sydney Brodeur-Johnson

    Sydney Brodeur-Johnson

    PhD, LCP, CEDS

    Senior Director of Clinical Services and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

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  • Katy Kowalsky

    Katy Kowalsky

    MHRIR, PHR, CCP

    Chief People Officer

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  • Jessie Morsching

    Jessie Morsching

    MBA

    Chief Financial Officer

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  • Kate Norris

    Kate Norris

    JD

    General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer

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  • Jillian Lampert

    Jillian Lampert

    PhD, MPH, RD, LD, FAED

    Vice President of Communications and Brand

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  • Lindsay Drebenstedt

    Lindsay Drebenstedt

    MBA

    Vice President of Admissions and Contact

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  • Harry Holmberg

    Harry Holmberg

    Vice President of IT

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About Veritas

About Veritas Collaborative

At Veritas Collaborative, we are passionate about working together to save lives.

That passion is what built Veritas, and every day it inspires our mission to drive an ever higher standard of care in eating disorder treatment.

Veritas Collaborative has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for healthcare quality and safety. There is no higher accreditation.

Care Without Compromise

Why Veritas Collaborative

At Veritas Collaborative, we envision a world in which all people with eating disorders, as well as their families and communities, have access to best-practice care and hold hope for a cure.

It’s why we treat all people with eating disorders, of any gender and any age, and are committed to removing barriers to care.

It’s why we’ve built a comprehensive healthcare system to treat eating disorders, allowing us to provide a full continuum of care, from outpatient therapy to inpatient treatment at our eating disorder treatment centers.

It’s why we offer a comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment to determine each person’s unique needs, and start treatment at the level of care most effective at addressing them.

It’s why our treatment model is based exclusively on best-practice therapies supported by research.

And it’s why we collaborate with referring providers throughout treatment, ensuring a seamless transition and support from admission to discharge from our Centers and beyond.

At Veritas, you will receive the very best treatment, delivered in a warm and inclusive environment, by a caring and highly qualified team that knows the way to recovery.

That’s our promise, and making good on it is why we do everything we do.

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