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Episode 127: Dr. Ashley Solomon: Telehealth and Eating Disorders Recovery

Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Ashley Solomon and their topic is telehealth and eating disorders recovery. They talk about the benefits of telehealth as well as different things providers and individuals need to consider around telehealth.

Dr. Ashley Solomon is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Galia Collaborative, an organization dedicated to helping female-identified people heal, grow, and lead. Dr. Solomon completed her pre-doctoral residency at Friends Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, followed by a fellowship in eating disorders at Insight Behavioral Health Centers in Chicago, IL. Dr. Solomon became the Director of Eating Disorders for Insight and Eating Recovery Center, then returned to her hometown of Cincinnati and founded the Eating Recovery Center, Ohio. She additionally oversaw the clinical operations of ERC, The Carolinas, as well as ERC’s innovative telebehavioral health initiatives. Dr. Solomon continues to provide consultation to ERC, in addition to other consultative roles. Her research interests include the role of technology in enhancing care, and she speaks regularly on this and other topics. She is actively engaged in and maintains leadership roles within the Academy for Eating Disorders.

Dr. Solomon is committed to an inclusive, culturally relevant, and evidenced-based approach to working with individuals. She utilizes her many years of experience as both a clinical psychologist and a corporate leader to support individuals in achieving their objectives. She has been trained as a Gaia Women’s Leadership Coach and blends her warmth, science-oriented brain, and real-life wisdom to support female-identified people during challenge points in their lives.


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