Marion McGavran, LCSW, obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Tulane University. She began working at River Oaks Hospital in 2003 and assumed the position of Program Director on the Eating Disorders Unit in January of 2006.
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We are dedicated to providing a safe, non-revictimizing, healthy environment to allow individuals to heal. Each individual is treated with respect and compassion in an intensive, state-of-the-art program that effectively combines psychotherapy and pharmacology within a therapeutic community.
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- Trauma and compulsive behaviors treatment
The New Orleans Institute specialized services for the treatment of trauma and compulsive behaviors.
- Child and Adolescent Treatment Program
Services for children and adolescents at River Oaks Hospital are specifically designed to meet the mental health care needs of patients ages 8 through 17.
Marion McGavran, LCSW - Program Director
George C. Daul, Jr., MD - Medical Director
George C. Daul, Jr., MD, is a board certified psychiatrist and an eating disorders specialist. He is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Tulane University School of Medicine. He worked with Susan Willard for 22 years, up until she retired in 2009. Their collective expertise has served to assist thousands of eating disordered patients from across the country in their recovery. Dr. Daul is experienced and skilled in the inpatient management of eating disorders and is an expert in the psycho-pharmacological aspects of treatment.
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