Eating Recovery Center Alumni

“The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving.”

– Oliver Wendell Holmes

Eating Recovery Center Alumni was created to provide resources that meet the needs of our alumni at every stage of their recovery. Events and practical resources are designed to support you in your recovery journey, so please always feel free to contact us with insights, feedback or ideas for alumni programming you would like to see offered. Call or email Pam Cleland, Aftercare/Alumni Manager, at 303.731.8890 or

Bi-Monthly Alumni eNewsletter “Lasting Recovery”

To provide ongoing support to Eating Recovery Center alumni in their recovery, we distribute a bi-monthly eNewsletter to all adult alumni via email. This eNewsletter seeks to provide support, guidance and inspiration to alumni of the Eating Recovery Center family of programs, which includes Denver-based Eating Recovery Center, The Moore Center in Bellevue, Washington and Eating Recovery Center of California in Sacramento, California. The newsletter includes an educational feature article, “Spotlight on Lasting Recovery” alumni interview, as well as staff and family member interviews. Clinical staff from each program are involved in the creation of each issue to ensure content is educational and supportive to the alumni recovery process, as well as to communicate upcoming alumni events and provide access to relevant resources. To receive the alumni eNewlsetter, email so that we can add your email address to the distribution list.

Adult Alumni Committee

Bonnie Brennan, MA, LPC, CEDS – Clinical Director of Adult Partial Hospitalization Program
Pam Cleland, MS, LPC – Aftercare/Alumni Manager
Cindy Pikus, PhD – Clinical Director of Adult IP/RES Services
Karen Trevithick, PsyD, CEDS – Clinical Director of Outpatient Services
Sarah Gilstrap – Professional Consumer and Resources Manager


Eating Disorder Facts

This informational flyer outlines need-to-know facts about eating disorders, including the prevalence of the illnesses, common types of eating disorders, medical complications of eating disorders and eating disorder recovery.


After four years of closed doors for recovery via inpatient treatment for my daughter who had relapsed after 15 years of walking in recovery, I found hope for her recovery through the program offered at Eating Recovery Center. My husband and our adult children received similar hope through family therapy and Family Days experiences.

-Mary K., parent of patient