Beth Mayer, LICSW, Executive Director, MEDA


Beth Mayer, LICSW, has been working in the eating disorders field for 34 years. She has been the Executive Director of MEDA for 15 years. She is nationally recognized for her clinical work with eating disorders and has spoken at conferences around the country. In addition to eating disorders, Beth specializes in treating adolescents and families. Beth has served as an adjunct professor at Simmons College, Boston University, Boston College, Lesley University and Salem State College, supervising MSW and LMHC graduate student interns. She is currently the co-chair of the NEDA network and serves on many local and national committees. Beth holds a B.S. in Clinical Psychology from Quinnipiac University and a Master of Social Work Degree from Boston College.

newcropped-medalogo MEDA’s mission is to combat the continuing spread of eating disorders through educational awareness and early detection. MEDA serves as a support network and resource for clients, loved ones, clinicians, educators, and the general public.

Don't blame the victim (or the parents) for eating disorders - their triggers are deeply embedded in today's society, by Beth Mayer, LICSW-2  For parents who are afraid that their kid is going to be fat, an interview with Beth Mayer  Parents, you_re not to blame for your child_s eating disorder, but here is what you should know about it, by Beth Mayer, LICSW