Lindsay Brady, LICSW

  • Clinical Director
  • MEDA (Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association)
  • Newton, MA   
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MEDA is the premiere eating disorders non-profit organization in New England. We provide education about eating disorders and their underlying causes in order to develop a compassionate community that promotes hopefulness in order to achieve healing. Realizing healing is a process, we offer a variety of services to support individuals and families through the various stages of their journey. We meet the needs of the community by connecting them with a comprehensive network of treatment providers and facilities best suited for their particular situation. MEDA is the first step toward awareness and healing. Better starts here.

In addition to the expansive clinical and family support services (listed below) MEDA serves as the cornerstone of the eating disorder field in New England. The longest running non-profit of its kind, MEDA presents an annual conference attracting thought leaders and peers from across the country. MEDA also maintains a professional membership of approximately 150 clinicians, dieticians, and physicians throughout the region. Additionally, MEDA collaborates with a list of more than 20 of the leading treatment facilities in the country.

Lindsay Brady, LICSW, is the Clinical Director at MEDA. Lindsay has worked in many genres of social work including inpatient child, adult, and geriatric care, school-based counseling, individual and family outpatient therapy, and day treatment of adolescents and adults. Lindsay came to MEDA from The Bridge of Central Massachusetts where she provided individual and group therapy to transition-aged youth struggling with persistent, long-term mental illness. Lindsay is clinically trained in multiple evidence based practices including Illness Management and Recovery (IMR), and Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD. Lindsay specializes in the treatment of PTSD and eating disorders in adolescents and adults. Lindsay received her Bachelor degree in Sociology and Urban Studies from Worcester State University, and a Masters in Social Work from Wheelock College.

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