In 2011, as CEO and President, Stacie co-founded Veritas Collaborative, a Specialty Hospital System for the Treatment of Eating Disorders with Jeff Clark and Chase Bannister. Veritas was founded on a vision of a world in which all persons with eating disorders, and their families, have access to best-practice care and hold hope for a cure. She is committed to driving the standard of care in eating disorders treatment through a collaborative community so individuals and families can thrive.
Today, Veritas Collaborative is a National Healthcare System for the Treatment of Eating Disorders and has served over 2500 male, female, and other-gendered patients and their families. Veritas has filled a vital gap in services through the creation of a full continuum of care in the following 6 locations:
- Child and Adolescent Hospital, Durham, North Carolina
- Adult Hospital, Durham, North Carolina
- Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia
- Child, Adolescent & Adult Center, Richmond, Virginia
- Child, Adolescent & Young Adult Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
Veritas Collaborative Hospitals provide Inpatient, Residential, and Partial Hospitalization with both medical and psychiatric services. Centers provide Medical Assessment Clinics, Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Outpatient & Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Services.
In 2006, under CRC Health Group, Stacie Founded Carolina House, a well-respected residential eating disorder treatment center for adults, located in Durham, North Carolina.
Stacie joined the Duke University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in 1998 as the Founder and Coordinator of Duke’s Eating and Body Image Concerns Treatment Team, concomitant with her work at The Duke Center for Eating Disorders, an outpatient program at Duke University Medical Center.
Having specialized in the treatment of eating disorders since 1991, Stacie served on the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp) Board of Directors from 2014 – 2017, and served as co-chair for iaedp’s Certification Committee from 2004 – 2011. She is also a founding member of the Residential Eating Disorders Consortium (REDC).