Events

Timberline Knolls’ national reach allows our experienced team to host events close to home. See a complete list of events we are partaking in.

Illinois

For information on these events, contact Abby Yeomans, 630.484.7359 or abigail.yeomans@timberlineknolls.com, or Victoria Kupiec, 630.258.9032 or victoria.kupiec@timberlineknolls.com.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

Midwest

For information on these events, contact Rachael Soliman, 630.235.4267 or rachael.soliman@timberlineknolls.com.

December 13 – Co-hosting with Rose Hill Center a networking dinner in Indianapolis, Ind. Click here for the invitation.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

January 25-26 – Exhibiting at the Clinical Applications of the Principles in Treatment of Addictions and Substance Abuse Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.

East

Our East region Professional Outreach Representative Sally Sebastian is on maternity leave through the remainder of the year. For information on these events, contact Carol McCarthy, 312.758.3259 or carol.mccarthy@timberlineknolls.com.

December 8 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the iaedp Greater Philadelphia Chapter Winter Gala at Bucks County Community College in Bucks County, Penn. Maggie Garrity, Director of Nutrition Services, Timberline Knolls, will be exhibiting on our behalf.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

Northeast

For information on future events in Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut, contact Carol McCarthy, 312.758.3259 or carol.mccarthy@timberlineknolls.com.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

Mid-Atlantic

For information on this event, contact Jami Croslow, 630.248.4930 or jami.croslow@timberlineknolls.com.

December 6-7 – Exhibiting at the Women’s Wellness & Recovery Conference in Charleston, SC, hosted by Red Oak Recovery, The Willows and Bradford Health Services.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

Southeast

For information on these events, contact Diane Faison-Roe, 630.235.9186 or diane.faisonroe@timberlineknolls.com.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

January 25 – Hosting a CE event in Atlanta featuring Johnny Williamson, MD, Medical Director, and Brooke Mathewes, LCPC, Faculty Lead, both with Timberline Knolls. More details available soon.

Central

For information on future events in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa or Nebraska, contact Amy Sullivan, 913.626.2595 or amy.sullivan@timberlineknolls.com. 

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

South-Central

For information on future events in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, contact Jennifer Vocelka, 708.770.3172 or jennifer.vocelka@timberlineknolls.com.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

West & Northwest

For information on these events, contact Christina Gorman, 312.608.1378 or christina.gorman@timberlineknolls.com.

December 7 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the iaedp Phoenix Chapter Winter Gala at the Sheraton Crescent in Phoenix, Ariz.

December 21, 3-4pm EST (and every third Friday of the month thereafter) – Lift the Shame 

For pregnant women and moms struggling with eating disorders, Timberline Knolls is pleased to offer Lift the Shame—a free monthly, one-hour telephonic support group facilitated by Jena Morrow Margis, CADC, Alumnae Coordinator, Timberline Knolls—on Friday, December 21, 2018, 3- 4 p.m. EST, and every third Friday of the month thereafter.

Participants have the opportunity to express their feelings and share concerns about body image and eating behaviors. Women are invited to share personal successes and challenges, beliefs, fears, and anxious feelings about pregnancy or being a mom during a time when they might be struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating, or unhealthy thoughts and emotions.

All are welcomed to join; participation is not required. Simply listening to and learning from others often helps alleviate guilt and shame, reduces stigma, and eradicates the feeling of being alone.

About Jena

As the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls, Jena develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is constantly striving to grow and evolve the alumnae program, which she helped create, and manages an active Alumnae Board and network across the country and world.

In 2010, Jena authored Hollow: An Unpolished Tale (Moody), which chronicles her battle with an eating disorder since her teenage years. In her second book, Hope for the Hollow (Lighthouse Publishing), she offers a practical and relevant devotional guide to gently encourage and inspire women who struggle with themselves and their bodies.

As a national eating disorders awareness advocate and speaker, Jena has traveled throughout the country sharing her recovery story and delivering a message of hope and freedom from disordered eating and distorted self-image.

Jena lives with her teenage son Jaden and husband Tim in suburban Chicago. She and Tim are expecting their first child together, due in February 2019.

For more information on Lift the Shame or to register, please contact jena.morrow@timberlineknolls.com.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

January 27- 30 – Exhibiting at Psychotherapy Associates Winter Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo.