In our residential Eating Disorder Center, you or your loved one will have access to a full range of health specialists specifically trained to work in the field of eating disorders, including:
- Board-certified psychiatrists
- An internal medicine physician
- A clinical psychologist
- Master’s level social workers/counselors
- Behavioral specialists
- Registered nurses
- Registered dietitians
- Experiential therapists
- A certified substance abuse counselor
- Certified teachers (for adolescents)
- Spiritual care coordinator
- Residential counselors
Our experienced, compassionate staff stays up-to-date with the latest advances in eating disorders treatment and provides valuable guidance to help patients reach treatment goals.
Meet the Manager: Jenifer E. Waite Wollenburg
Jenifer Waite-Wollenburg, MS-ATR, is the manager of the Eating Disorder Center. She is responsible for the oversight of its daily operation. She coordinates with the clinical staff to make sure you or your loved one receive quality evidence-based care that fits your personal needs.
“Eating disorders are devastating for individuals and their families, but recovery is possible. It is my job to provide a safe place for residents to build trust with their treatment team and develop the skills they need to make recovery possible. Everyone that comes to the Eating Disorder Center has an opportunity to learn how to enjoy a full rich life.”
Jenifer has been a part of the Rogers Memorial Hospital staff since 1999, and has experience with a range of eating disorder services within the Rogers system, including inpatient and partial hospitalization treatment services. Jenifer takes pride in running a high-quality program and seeks to meet the individual clinical needs of everyone at the Eating Disorder Center.
“I am always struck by the power recovery has on the lives of our residents and alumni, many of whom have become powerful advocates for eating disorders awareness. It is rewarding to witness the steady progress of our residents while they are at the Eating Disorder Center, and amazing to see so many of them flourishing at our annual alumni event.”