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Our Eating Disorder Treatment specialties, at our Tampa, FL, an outpatient center specializes in Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, & Orthorexia Recovery.

Eating Disorder Treatment Team | Tampa, FL

Our Eating Disorder Treatment specialties, at our Tampa, FL, an outpatient center specializes in Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, & Orthorexia Recovery.

Eating Disorder Treatment Team | Tampa, FL

Dawn Delgado, MS, LMFT, CEDS-S

Dawn Delgado, MS, LMFT, CEDS-S

National Director of Operations, Outpatient Eating Disorder

Dawn Delgado, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and an EMDR trained trauma specialist. She holds both her CEDS, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and CEDS-S Supervisor designation through the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.  Dawn has dedicated herself to working with adolescents and adults recovering from eating disorders and co-occurring mental health issues for over 15 years.

In addition, to her lengthy tenure at Center For Discovery, she has directed and been instrumental in developing residential, partial hospitalization/day treatment, intensive outpatient, and transitional living programs. Trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), she incorporates this form of trauma treatment in her private practice, Inspire Evolve, and into the clinical programming at Center For Discovery.  An active member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP), she is a former chair member of the Los Angeles chapter. Dawn has a passion for yoga and travel and has served as a consultant to clinics and hospitals in Bali, Singapore, Java, and Dubai.

Kelsey Latimer, PhD, LP

Kelsey Latimer, PhD, LP

East Coast Assistant Director of ED Outpatient Services

Kelsey M. Latimer, PhD, LP became the first college graduate in her family in 2001, double majoring in anthropology and psychology at the University of Rhode Island and receiving the university’s annual president award/excellence award in both disciplines.  Dr. Latimer’s passion for research and the health/wellness of children and young adults led her to furthering her education, earning her doctorate and masters of science degrees from the University of North Texas, with emphases in child/adolescent development and neuropsychology. Throughout her doctoral training, Dr. Latimer became extremely passionate in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders, completing her research in this area, as well as pursuing specialized clinical training with preceptorships in disordered eating and administration/training during her APA-accredited predoctoral-internship. 

Since that time, Dr. Latimer joined a pediatric hospital and medical school to continue devoting her career to the development of eating disorder intervention programs at all levels of care, training future professionals in the field and acting as an advisory board member to healthy body movements including Healthy is the New Skinny.  In addition, she comes with a strong managerial/leadership background and uses a compassionate leadership model in growing talented team members.  She has presented at over 50 regional/national/international conferences, written many articles and been featured in print/online magazines on the topic of body image and training/administration, and is currently completing a book on the principles of effective eating disorder treatment scheduled for publishing in 2017.  Dr. Latimer is thrilled that these experiences have led her to her next step on her professional journey of empowering young people to fight against eating disorders by joining the Center For Discovery as the new East Coast Assistant Director of ED Outpatient Services!

Jacquelyn Supplee, MPH, RDN, LD/N, ATC-L

Jacquelyn Supplee, MPH, RDN, LD/N, ATC-L

East Coast Supervisor of Outpatient Dietary Services

Jacquelyn has been working with eating disorders since 2015, where she gained experience at an inpatient, residential and partial hospitalization program as a clinical dietitian. She earned her bachelor’s degree from The University of Tampa in athletic training and became a certified athletic trainer in 2010. She then went on to her master’s degree in public health and nutrition at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to become a registered dietitian. Jacquelyn has experience in working not only with eating disorders, but substance and alcohol abuse patients as well. Jacquelyn enjoys teaching nutrition principles and providing her clients with the tools they need to improve their relationship with food and exercise.

Diosa Moran, MA, RMHCI

Diosa Moran, MA, RMHCI

Program Director

Diosa Moran graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute with a Master of Arts in Counseling with an emphasis in Depth Psychotherapy. Her specialty has been working with the eating disorder population for the past 8 years. She is clinically trained and specializes in psychoanalytic and depth psychotherapy, a certified practitioner in Clinical Hypnosis, Rapid Resolution Therapy, and Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach. Diosa provides treatment in a sacred space with a mindful representation of her clients providing reflective and empathic tuning assisting in a client’s process to wholeness, empowerment, and nurturing the relationship with self.

Serene Hasan, MA, LMHC, LMFT, CRC

Serene Hasan, MA, LMHC, LMFT, CRC

Primary Therapist

Serene graduated from the University of South Florida and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Criminology, as well as her Master of Arts in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling, with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is dually licensed in the State of Florida as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor.

While completing her internship, Serene treated patients with eating disorders at the residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient level. This experience fueled her pursuit of a career in eating disorder treatment, as she then assisted in the development of an outpatient treatment program for the disease. Serene focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) to treat patients, while remaining goal focused to help propel patients into the recovery stage. Additionally, she has worked with patients struggling with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorder, which have a high comorbity with eating disorders. Serene takes a collaborative approach with her patients to help them reach their objectives effectively and efficiently.

Dr. Megan Toufexis

Dr. Megan Toufexis

Psychiatrist

Dr. Megan Toufexis is a board-certified physician in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry. After completing her adult psychiatry residency at University of Rochester, she pursued a child psychiatry fellowship at the University of South Florida and remained on faculty for 4 years at the Rothman Center for Neuropsychiatry. She has participated in a variety of research studies, consultation projects to improve access to child psychiatrists, and education of resident doctors. She has worked part-time at USF Hope House for Eating Disorders and USF Healthy Weight Clinic, as well as many community mental health clinics.

Dr. Toufexis enjoys working with all patients but has a focus on adolescent and women’s mental health. Dr. Toufexis is well regarded for her diagnoses and treatment of anxiety disorders, developmental disorders, tic disorders, and eating disorders, and has published in these areas.

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams

Facility Coordinator

Michelle Williams graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology.  Michelle has always been passionate about the mental health community working in multiple treatment facility programs from adults to adolescents.  Michelle chose this field after her experience as a Probation Counselor while coordinating daily operations at a residential treatment facility for adolescents since 2015.  Her experience also includes in facilitating the transport and placement of youth in foster homes as well as working with other treatments facilities to ensure the continuance of care.  As a Facility Coordinator, Michelle manages daily operations in the outpatient program including administrative duties, research, group sessions, and clinical documentation.

Krista Miles, MA, RYT

Krista Miles, MA, RYT

Program Therapist

Krista Miles is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern in the state of Florida, and a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Krista grew up in a suburban town in Massachusetts until she decided to move to Florida to pursue her education in Psychology and Mental Health Counseling. During this time, she began to research and experience the benefits that counseling, yoga, and meditation had on a person’s well-being. Since her interest and passion for health and wellness blossomed, she decided to participate in a yoga teacher training that focused on yoga as therapy. This is when she started to create a vision of combining mental health counseling with yoga and mindfulness meditation. Krista now utilizes several holistic modalities to help a person attend to their mind, body, and spirit.

In addition to her time at the Center for Discovery, she provides holistic counseling, therapeutic yoga, mindfulness meditation, and nutrition psychoeducation in her own private practice in New Tampa. In her spare time, Krista loves creating new meaningful relationships, being outdoors, and finding unique tea shops.

Leah Wypych, MPA

Leah Wypych, MPA

Clinical Outreach

Leah’s goal has always been to help the community, particularly children and their families. That’s the reason she chose to begin her career working in the child welfare system in 2001 helping children removed from their homes and placed in adoptive homes, foster homes, shelters, group homes and residential programs. Leah received her undergraduate degree from Florida State University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University.  Leah has worked for multiple non-profit agencies throughout her career and began her career in the psychiatric arena as the marketing coordinator at psychiatric residential treatment center serving children and adolescents.  Leah has been a board member for the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness since 2011 and is also an active member of the International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). She merged her career path with her passion for the field of eating disorders in August of 2015 by joining the Discovery team.

Sara Dreier

Sara Dreier

Clinical Outreach & Staff Recruitment Representative

Sara specializes in Community Outreach, Marketing Strategy, and Business Development. Experience in the field of Behavioral Healthcare has further developed her passion for public and community relations, quality care and project management. Sara is actively involved with the recovery community and vocal about her own battle with an Eating Disorder. This has led her to public speaking, educating healthcare professionals, facilitating support groups, as well as fundraising and advocacy for prevention and improved access to treatment in the Central Florida Community and beyond.