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Dina's family Dina Zeckhausen grew up in New Hampshire and attended Williams College. She received her doctorate in Clinical-Community Psychology from the University of South Carolina and completed her internship at Georgia State University. In 1990, she and her husband, psychologist Gerald Drose, established Powers Ferry Psychological Associates, a private practice which now includes four locations and nearly thirty psychotherapists (visit us here: www.atlantapsychologist.com).

In 1996, Dina founded the Eating Disorders Information Network (EDIN). That year she wrote the play “What’s Eating Katie?” soon followed by Full Mouse, Empty Mouse (Magination Press, 2007) the first children’s book addressing eating problems in kids. She has helped develop eating disorder prevention programs for students from K-12 as well as for parents and coaches. She presents on eating disorders to educators, parents and students, as well as for community groups, churches, corporations, professionals and the media. She’s brought her prevention programs to schools from the Upper East Side of Manhattan to the heart of Hollywood.

Her greatest sources of joy are her husband, Gerald; her two sons, Cooper and Schuyler; and her step-son, Oliver.