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In the Media

Television and Radio

  • CNN en Espanol Vive La Salud | May 12 2015 (7:23)

    Clinical Director, Clementine Adolescent Treatment Program Dr. Bertha Tavarez, PsyD, is interviewed about the development and treatment of eating disorders.

  • Clear Channel Y-100 Here's Help | April 29 2015 (37:00)

    An interview with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joel Jahraus, MD, FAED, CEDS discussing eating disorder treatment and upcoming community, family-focused seminars.

  • NBC 6 In The Mix | December 18, 2014 (2:45)

    Spotting eating disorders in teens with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joel Jahraus, MD, FAED, CEDS.

  • WSVN-FOX 7 News | November 14, 2014 (3:17)

    A discussion of the pressures that can effect the development of eating disorders with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joel Jahraus, MD, FAED, CEDS and Director of Nutrition Services Mary Dye, MPH, RD, CDN, LD/N.

  • Clear Channel Y-100 Here's Help | November 11, 2014 (36:00)

    A conversation with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joel Jahraus, MD, FAED, CEDS.

  • NBC 6 News Live Miami | January 3 2012 (4:58)

    A conversation with Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS, about developing a healthy relationship with food to lead a more balanced life.

  • South Florida CBS 4 News Health Watch | July 21 2011 (3:09)

    Founders Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS, and Vicki Kroviak, Executive Director, talk about the weight cycling that led to eating disorders in their college years, and how they opened Oliver-Pyatt Centers to offer the best possible care to people like them.

  • South Florida CBS 4 News Health Watch | June 8 2011 (3:05)

    CBS 4 News visits Oliver-Pyatt Centers to discuss the increase of eating disorders in older women.

Print and Internet

  • Psych Central | June 2015

    9 Ways to Practice Self-Compassion When You Have Depression

    “Don’t wait to feel motivated or believe that you ‘deserve’ self-compassion.”

    —Primary Therapist Josephine Wiseheart, MS

  • Family Circle | June 2015

    Food Fright

    “If your child struggles with food issues, first help her feel safe talking to your about it.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • Game Changers | April 3 2015

    Monte Nido & Affiliates Expands Clementine Program for Adolescent Girls Aged 13-17 Only Six Months After Launch

  • City Biz List South Florida | March 31 2015

    Monte Nido & Affiliates Expands Clementine Program for Adolescent Girls Aged 13-17 Only Six Months After Launch

    “Our unique, multi-domain level systems allow patients to address psychological challenges, while integrating appropriate behavioral goals, addressing medical issues and approaching nutritional needs in a warm and cheerful environment that fosters trust, connection and healing.”

    —Founder and Executive Director Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • La Familia de Broward | November 18 2014

    Nuevo programa para adolescentes con trastornos alimenticios

    “Las familias y las pacientes no solo percibiran el ambiente calido que hemos creado para su recuperacion, sino tambien el cuidado genuino, competente y creativo de todo nuestro personal, el cual ha sido cuidadosamente seleccionado.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • City Biz List South Florida | October 14 2014

    Renowned Oliver-Pyatt Centers for Women with Eating Disorders/Exercise Addiction Introduces New Clementine Program

    “We are thrilled to have designed a program based on the core values of Oliver-Pyatt Centers, specifically for adolescent girls and their families.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • ABC News / Health | April 29 2011

    Beyoncé Joins Michelle Obama’s Initiative to Fight Childhood Obesity

    “We are labeling people as overweight and obese and causing shame and driving them to diet. We want to promote overall health versus a concentration on weight.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • ABC News / Health | March 30 2011

    Eating Disorders Not Just for White Teen Girls

    “Minorities, men, and older people have an even more difficult time [with eating disorders]. It’s almost culturally accepted for a young white woman to have an eating disorder.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS

  • The Miami Herald | August 17 2010

    Anorexia on Attack

    “When the first stage of treatment says we aren’t talking about anything, just eat the food, it can actually cause people to resist treatment and dig their heels in more.”

    —Founder Wendy Oliver-Pyatt, MD, FAED, CEDS