Elizabeth Wassenaar, MS, MD, CEDS
Dr. Elizabeth Wassenaar comes to Insight following her role as Medical Director at Eating Recovery Center (ERC), Denver. Prior to joining ERC, Dr. Wassenaar served as a staff psychiatrist and medical director at the Lindner Center of Hope with emphasis on Child and Adolescent outpatient medication management and therapy.
She is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Obesity Medicine. Dr. Wassenaar has completed advanced training in:
- Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program, Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute
- Family Based Therapy (FBT) Training, University of California San Diego Eating Disorders Treatment and Research Center
- Motivational Interviewing for Obesity in the Primary Care Setting, DuPont/Nemours Children’s Hospital System
Dr. Wassnaar is a Clinical Instructor at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and served as Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati Department of Psychiatry and Adjunct Assistant Professor Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center prior to relocating to Denver. In addition to her clinical practice she is an avid researcher and academic writer in the area of eating disorders.
Elizabeth Easton, PsyD
Regional Clinical Director
Elizabeth Easton, Psy.D. is the Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent Services at Eating Recovery Center and Insight Behavioral Health Centers. She has played a vital role in the creation and development of the program’s Family-Centered Therapy model. As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Easton is a clinician, supervisor, and speaker passionate about educating and empowering patients and parents to engage in the treatment and recovery process for mental health disorders. She graduated with a Doctorate in Psychology from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Dr.
Easton completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at The Children’s Hospital of Denver, specializing in individual, family and group therapy with The Eating Disorders Program, Anxiety and Mood Disorder Outpatient Clinics, and General Psychiatry Inpatient Units. Her integrative therapy approach spans psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based treatment and Family-Based Treatment modalities.
Seth Mudd, LCSW
Seth Mudd is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who most recently served as a therapist at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab in Chicago, IL. He provided individual and family therapy to individuals being treated on the spinal cord and pediatric units. Seth also served as an on-call Crisis Worker for Northshore Health Systems in Chicago and provided emergency room psychiatric evaluations for all referred patients. During this time, he collaborated with clinical teams, developed clinical recommendations and trained clinicians in clinical assessment and best practices within emergency department.
Other clinical experience includes serving as Mental Health Specialist III with Cook Country Dept. of Corrections, Case Manager Supervisor with Uhlich Children’s Advantage Network and Milieu Therapist with Jewish Children and Family Services. Seth earned his Bachelor of Arts from Regis University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Chicago.