Ken Weiner has been active in the treatment of Eating Disorders in Denver for more than 30 years. Recognized as a national expert in the treatment of Eating Disorders, he lectures extensively in the United States. He continues to be instrumental in designing and delivering state-of-the- art, high quality patient care.
Dr. Weiner created and directed Columbine Psychiatric Center Eating Disorders Program from 1988-1992, Bethesda Eating Disorder Program from 1992-1998 and Eating Disorder Center of Denver from 2001-2007. Eating Recovery Center was established October 2008 in Denver, Colorado as a joint effort with colleague Dr. Emmett Bishop.
Dr. Weiner was named Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University Of Colorado School Of Medicine and has received the prestigious Gold Apple Teaching Award from the medical school and The Best Teacher Award from the Psychiatric Residency Training Program (2007). He has been named a Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders, a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and received the National Eating Disorders Award (2006) for co-founding the Eating Disorders Foundation in Colorado. A dedicated clinician and teacher, Dr. Weiner has co-authored numerous articles on eating disorders.