Robyn has worked in the eating disorders field for the past 10 years and has been in various leadership roles at The Emily Program. In addition, she enjoys providing outreach and education about eating disorders in the community. Robyn earned her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas and completed her doctoral internship with an emphasis on eating disorders treatment at Aurora Psychiatric Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has experience working with both adolescents and adults in residential, intensive programming and outpatient levels of care at The Emily Program.
Lindsay is the Vice President of Corporate Operations at Accanto Health, the parent company of the newly merged Veritas Collaborative and The Emily Program. Lindsay leads a network of teams dedicated to providing exceptional service to all clients seeking care – from their first phone call to inquire about treatment services to ensuring a warm and welcoming environment in which to heal. These key teams include admissions, office managers, utilization reviewers, client accounts, scheduling and property management. Lindsay also plays a central role in expanding treatment access to new markets, with a focus on site expansion execution. She began working at the front desk of The Emily Program during her senior year of high school, providing a unique opportunity to observe both the clinical and business sides of eating disorder treatment. Lindsay joined the administrative staff full-time after receiving her bachelor’s in business administration (concentrating on international business) from George Washington University in the District of Columbia. She earned her master’s in business administration from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.
Scott is the Chief Research Officer and Vice President of Psychiatry of Accanto Health, the parent company of the newly merged Veritas Collaborative and The Emily Program.
Scott oversees research that The Emily Program conducts in partnership with the University of Minnesota. He also provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management for a small caseload of individual clients. Scott earned his medical degree and completed his psychiatric residency at the University of Minnesota, where he is now a professor. Scott has been active in national and international eating disorders groups and is Past President of the Academy of Eating Disorders.