Tara Deliberto Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the medical school of Cornell University, Weill Cornell Medicine, the founder and director of the eating disorders partial hospitalization program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, an author, and a public speaker. Her published research has been widely cited in scientific publications and also has been mentioned in the Harvard Gazette, Science Daily, and TIME. Dr. Deliberto also serves as co-chairperson of the Academy for Eating Disorder's membership committee and sits on the editorial board of the Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention. Her past leadership roles include chairperson of NYC CBT’s Technology Committee and chairperson of the Academy for Eating Disorders’ Technology and Innovations Committee. For more information on Dr. Deliberto’s work, visit the following sites: Google Scholar, The Psychology Easel, and Twitter.
Dina Hirsch Ph. D. was senior psychologist at the Eating Disorders Center, Cohen Children’s Medical Center, Northwell Health (f/k/a North Shore-Long Island Jewish Medical Center) where she provided direct clinical services and supervised psychology trainees within inpatient and day eating disorder programs serving children, adolescents and young adults for almost a decade. She continues to specialize in the treatment of patients with eating disorders both in her private practice in Roslyn, NY and Northwell Health's Center for Weight Management. Additionally, she holds an academic appointment of Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Hofstra University School of Medicine. The professional accomplishment she takes most pride in is supervising and training hundreds of developing therapists since 2003. Dr. Hirsch’s career includes nearly 15 years of leadership, program development, and supervisory experience at Zucker Hillside Hospital, New York University Child Study Center, and Good Samaritan Hospital in CA. She has presented across the country and is an expert in adolescent mood and anxiety disorders, marital and family therapy, and the provision of CBT, DBT, and FBT treatments. She resides on Long Island with her husband, two children, and three cats. To learn more about Dr. Hirsch, please visit: www.eatingdisordersli.com.