Casa Rosada

Casa Rosada was the first casa (house) at Oliver-Pyatt Centers, opening its doors to women in 2008. In Casa Rosada we approach you as a human being first, unique in your challenges and gifts, and unique in your journey to recovery. The entire team works together to create an effective treatment experience for each patient. With no more than 12 patients in the casa, Clinical Director Dr. Casey Fields oversees the Rosada team of clinicians treating the women, while maintaining a close relationship with each of the women. Embedded in our culture is a philosophy of collaboration – among our team members and with our patients’ outpatient providers. Rosada’s experienced multidisciplinary team takes a holistic approach to get our patients on the path to long-term health and sustained recovery.

While Oliver-Pyatt Centers programming and care is consistent in all three of our women’s casas, there may be clinical, insurance or availability factors that will guide our staff in matching our women in the right house for them.

A Letter from the Director

Casey Fields, PsyD
Clinical Director
Casa Rosada

There are a few aspects of coming to Oliver-Pyatt Centers I know to be true. First, the decision to come to treatment is hard, your experience while here may be challenging, maybe even one of the most challenging and important journeys you will take in your life. Second, if you come to Oliver-Pyatt Centers, you will not go through this process alone or without support and love of the staff and peers in treatment with you. Third, you have the potential to really get to know yourself, your values and who you truly are as a person.

When I first began working at Oliver-Pyatt Centers, what immediately struck me was the warmth, comfort and safety that exudes from Casa Rosada. I remember thinking, “How did I get so lucky to be a part of all this?” Since that time, my love for Oliver-Pyatt Centers has only grown as I have watched our team connect with and help heal many women who were once in your shoes as they go through this transformation from having an eating disorder to being recovered.

Every day I, along with the team in Casa Rosada, strive to help each and every client leave no stone unturned and get to the root of each client’s disorder. Our team encourages authenticity, mindfulness, vulnerability and a little (or a lot) of laughter. We try our best to create the space for you to be you with no judgment. To be the person you want to be without your eating disorder getting in the way, masking your brightness.

As the Clinical Director, I feel lucky and honored to be a part of so many women’s recovery journeys. I can’t wait to get to know who you become without your eating disorder. 

— Casey Fields, PsyD

Casa Gallery

Casa Rosada Staff

Joel Jahraus, MD, FAED, CEDS
Chief Medical Officer
Molly McShane, MD, MPH
Medical Director | Chief of Psychiatry
Mary Dye, PH, RD, CEDRD, LD/N
Director of Nutrition Services
Jamie Morris, MS, LMHC, CEDS
Director of Clinical Programming
Casey Fields, PsyD
Clinical Director


It is difficult to choose one part of my experience at Oliver-Pyatt Centers that was most meaningful. I can’t speak highly enough of Oliver-Pyatt Centers. I have grown more here in the past four months than I have in the past few years. Oliver-Pyatt Centers as a whole has made me a better person and for that I am incredibly grateful. However, if I had to choose one part of my experience I would deem most meaningful, I would have to choose my experience with my primary therapist in Casa Rosada. I can’t thank her enough for her part in my growth.