Digital Mindfulness Meditation-Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-MM)
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Sala's NIH K23 award proposal for "Digital Mindfulness Meditation-Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-MM) for Binge Eating Disorder" has been successfully funded by the NCCIH.
Expanding access to treatment is incredibly important. Dr. Sala aims to develop a digital treatment that integrates mindfulness training and cognitive-behavioral therapy effectively treat individuals with binge eating disorder.
Casey Stern Accepted into Ferkauf
Casey Stern has been accepted into the Ferkauf Clinical Psychology PsyD program and will be joining the MEAL lab as a doctoral candidate in the Fall of 2023.
Sofia Coll Matched at Mount Sinai
Sofia Coll defended her dissertation in September 2022, and has now matched for an internship at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine with a focus in neuropsychology. We are incredibly excited for Sofia!
Sarah Song Matched at Jamaica Hospital
Sarah Song is currently working on her dissertation and has been matched for an internship at Jamaica Hospital. We are so excited for Sarah!
Leeba Goldenhersh Joining Ferkauf and Mindful Eat Lab.
We are excited to announce that Leeba Goldenhersh, who was an RA in our lab, has been accepted into graduate school at Ferkauf and will be joining my the lab!
Combined Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatments for Eating Disorders: A Narrative Review.
Former RA, Rivka Moskowitz, and current graduate student in the lab, Ayelet Schechter have published an article—Combined Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatments for Eating Disorders: A Narrative Review.
Sofia Coll successfully defended her RPII, Gender Stereotypes in ED Recognition
We are excited to announce that Sofia Coll has successfully defended her RP2, Gender Stereotypes in Eating Disorder Recognition. Congratulations, Sofia!
Sarah submitted her RP1, Understanding the relationship between acculturation and eating disorders
We are excited to announce that Sarah Song has submitted her RP1, Understanding the Relationship Between Acculturation and Eating Disorders.
Melanie Kressel Matched Top-Choice Internship
We are excited to announce that Melanie Kressel has matched at her top-choice of internship at Pace University. Congratulations, Melanie!
Casey Stern Starting as Full-Time Research Coordinator
We are excited for our research assistant Casey Stern, who has secured a job as a research coordinator at the MGH Eating Disorder Program after she graduates this Spring! Casey will be working under the supervision of Drs. Jennifer Thomas and Kamryn Eddy. Congratulations, Casey!