We are proud to say that we stand shoulder to shoulder with the most well-known academic and treatment facilities in the nation and our leadership is globally renowned for their work in the field of psychiatry.
Lindner Center of HOPE is a charter member of an elite group of hospitals and universities in the National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC). The Center joins Columbia, Duke, Harvard and Johns Hopkins, among others, dedicated to the transformation and acceleration of the understanding and treatment of depressive and bipolar disorders by developing an integrated network of leading Depression Centers. The multidisciplinary outreach programs of the NNDC will help to better diagnose and treat depression and bipolar illness and associated disorders (e.g., PTSD), as well as eradicate stigma associated with these diseases. Lindner Center of HOPE is one of 22 members of the NNDC and was invited to join within three months of opening.
Patients benefit from in-depth clinical attention from physicians and doctorate level professionals in an environment that offers the utmost discretion and confidence – creating a unique and effective therapeutic experience.
Paul E. Keck, Jr., MD
, Lindner Center of HOPE’s President and CEO, and Susan L. McElroy, MD
, Chief Research Officer, are among the top 10 most cited scientists publishing in psychiatry and psychology every year since 1996. Anne Marie O’Melia, MS, MD
, Director, Harold C. Schott Eating Disorders Program, is board certified in four areas of medicine and has been recognized as one of the Best Doctors in America by Woodward/White. Charles F. Brady, PhD, ABPP
, Psychologist, with his advanced training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, is renowned for his expertise in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Anxiety.