Sarah Pannell, MS, LMFT
Sarah is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice at Trillium Springs Counseling and has been in clinical practice since 2009. Sarah loves her work as a therapist with individuals and families but also is very passionate about promoting social change on the community level and believes the work EDIN is doing in prevention and awareness is critically important. As someone who had an eating disorder herself, Sarah knows the pain caused by an eating disorder to the individual and those who love her/him. Sarah is an Atlanta native and is passionate about raising awareness, advocating early detection and intervention, promoting a message of hope for those struggling and educating children, youth, and adults in our community about how to develop a healthier relationship with food, their bodies and themselves.
Danielle Dollinger, MSW
Danielle is the outreach coordinator for EDIN and therapist at WholeHeart Psychotherapy and Authentic Living. She currently works with individuals experiencing eating disorders, anxiety and trauma. Danielle’s passion for working with EDIN derives from her own experience with an eating disorder. Her dedication to education and prevention of eating disorders is pivotal to her work with EDIN which allows her to work with experts in the field to reach thousands of students, parents, educators and community members. She is proud to share her story along with the numerous recovery speakers EDIN has trained to reduce the shame and stigma around eating disorders, letting people know they are not alone. She has witnessed the change EDIN makes with each school, each student, each individual it reaches and is proud to continue to expand EDIN’s efforts.