Julie Holland Faylor, MHS, CEDS

Chief Marketing Officer

Julie Holland Faylor is Chief Marketing Officer for Eating Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado, and is widely recognized in the industry as both a clinician and public speaker. A Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, she has directed marketing and customer relationship management programs at several leading eating disorder treatment programs across the country.

Most recently, Julie served as Vice President, Business Development, Eating Disorders Programs for CRC Health Group, where she was responsible for the development and implementation of all intake, marketing and outreach efforts nationwide. Previously, she was the Executive Director of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals overseeing the credentialing program for CSATs. Julie has also served as Director, Professional Relations and Education at the Renfrew Centers of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Ft. Lauderdale, and as Director of the Eating Disorders Program at the Clark Center at Memorial Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia.

Julie has specialized in the treatment of self-esteem, eating and body image issues for adults and adolescents for more than 24 years. She maintained private practices in the U.S. and Bermuda, providing consultation and training to professionals and consumers. An Approved Supervisor for the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp™), Julie is also the Director of Certification for iaedp™ – the only certification worldwide for eating disorders professionals. In addition, she holds memberships in several marketing, healthcare and eating disorder organizations.

Julie received her Master’s degree in Health Science with an emphasis in Counseling from Georgia Southern University and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Armstrong State College.

“We make a total commitment to our referring therapist. We have an ongoing dialogue, tapping into the resources and knowledge that have been accumulated prior admission and building on that information to make sure we are providing effective treatment that truly supports lasting recovery.”