Past 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.

Online Events

February 25: Free CE Event with Chaplain Rev. Elizabeth Hulford, DMIN, BCC

Description: Clinicians! Join Us for a CE Webinar! 1.5 CEs Offered -“Spirituality and Gratitude in Recovery” with Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Hulford, DMIN, BCC, Chaplain at Timberline Knolls on Feb. 25, 2021 at 11:00 am PT, 12 pm MT, 1 pm CT, 2 pm ET.

Summary: Whole-person care implies that clients’ needs will be addressed in the physical, emotional & spiritual realms of life experience. Spirituality is often relegated to the work of religious professionals thereby creating dissonance between clients & their care team. Fluency by professionals in spiritual language & experience can assist clients in their recovery process. This event educates & enlightens professionals in the role of spirituality in #counseling & #recovery. Emphasis will be placed on the role of gratitude within spirituality & how #gratitude can assist professionals in connecting with their clients.

1) Learn the role & importance of spirituality in recovery on an individual & program level.
2) To provide evidence-based research on spirituality & gratitude in recovery.
3) Attendees will learn about the history & practice of spirituality & gratitude across cultures.
4) Explore the concept of gratitude as a tool for resilience.
5) Learn strategies for incorporating spirituality & gratitude into their practices.
RSVP: Mary Anne Morrow, Director of Communications at


November 19: Eating Disorder Treatment: The Challenge of Co-Occurring Disorders – 1pm CT


June 3: Continuing Education Workshop with 1.5 CEs – 1pm CT
“Supporting Professionals: Maintaining a Culture of Connection during COVID-19” presented by Brooke Mathewes, MEd., LCPC

June 12: The Benefits of Art Therapy – 10am CT
Presented by: Dr. Molly Ansari and Caitlyn Jablonowski of Art of Healing

June 26: Online Monthly Networking Group – 10am-11:15am CT

July 10: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Group Treatment – 10am-12pm CT


January 19 – Lift the Shame 

November 22, 2019- Lemont Community Center, 16300 Alba St., Lemont, IL- Continuing Education (CE) event with Paul Holmes PsyD. –Contextually-focused Dialectical Behavior Therapy (C-DBT)

Presentation is attached


December 11, 2019- Glenview, IL- Holiday Networking Event-fun day of holiday cookie decorating and connecting space.


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

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.


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.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 


January 19 – Lift the Shame 

December 10, 2019- The Paint Bar, 823 Washington Street, Newtown, MA – Boston Area TK Alumnae Meet-Up for a complimentary holiday dinner and paint party.


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.

January 19 – Lift the Shame 


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.


January 19 – Lift the Shame 


January 19 – Lift the Shame 

West & Northwest

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

January 19 – Lift the Shame 

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

December 12, 2019 – Provisions Restaurant, 3364 S 2300 E. Salt Lake City, UT – CE presentation and dinner with Dr. Williamson, MD & Brooke Mathewes, MEd, LCPC on The Challenge of Co-Occurring Disorders: Substance Abuse, Eating Disorders and Trauma.

Reflecting back, I can’t believe it’s been 4 years since my first stay at TK. I walked in unsure, frightened and hopeless. 12 weeks later, I walked away carrying hope that the staff and fellow patients instilled in me. The hope started to dwindle and this process repeated itself 3 more times. However, each time I discharged I walked away with news skills (thanks DBT), more sass and grew as a person with each stay.

I discharged from TK for the last time in April of 2017. I wasn’t fixed, frankly some days I didn’t even feel “better” but I was alive. I owed that to TK, especially the staff on Maple. I was truly blessed to be supported and loved by the staff. Our conversations were filled with sass and support, what more could I want?!

Okay, the part we’ve been waiting for. I’m currently 9 months into solid recovery. I can truly say I’m not just surviving, I’m thriving. In March I started TMS treatment at an outpatient level and have had incredible, life changing results. This treatment, mixed with the skills and support of TK I’m back in school finishing my bachelors in psychology and moving on to get my masters of social work.

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I cannot express my gratitude enough for the staff who never gave up on me. I was hardy easy to deal with but was ALWAYS treated with respect and love. You guys are life changers and role models. My life is better because of the advice y’all have given me.

With much love,

– Kaitlyn
Why Choose Timberline Knolls?
Marks of Quality Care
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Lemont Chamber of Commerce
  • Residential Eating Disorders Consortium