Selah Eating Disorder Network
Across our eating disorder network, we meet clients where they are in their recovery and provide the necessary therapeutic techniques to empower sustainable freedom. Our expert clinical teams help clients understand recovery is possible by using individualized treatment plans comprised of a combination of evidence-based treatment modalities. These treatment plans identify goals and values while providing the support needed to achieve and maintain the desired outcome. In a safe, therapeutic environment, clients are introduced to a realistic, plate-based nutrition program acknowledging variation and food choices. The supportive atmosphere provides interaction with a community of peers and licensed therapists allowing clients to explore the contributing factors related to their eating disorder and challenge the thoughts and behaviors preventing them from living fully and freely. Our goal is to make each client feel safe and close to home by conducting all levels of treatment in comfortable and home-like settings designed to offer a clear step-down process, so clients feel continually supported in their recovery journey.
Superior Coordination of Care Across the Network
Our dedicated team of professionals offers compassionate guidance to clients and their loved ones seeking care. We take pride in providing quality, customer-driven care, while also walking alongside our clients and families in their journey to freedom. Across our eating disorder network, our professional, expert team is committed to helping clients recover from, not just manage, their eating disorder.
Clinical excellence providing clear, concise, consistent communication to our clients and families.
Amos TaylorEating Disorder Group CEO
Dr. Joe FraizNetwork Medical Director
Dr. Tom ScalesNetwork Attending Physician & Psychiatrist
Dr. Amy RickeNetwork Director of Psychiatry
Alycia AldieriNational Director of Eating Disorder Admission
Brooke ColleyGroup Director of Nursing
Jessica WardDirector of Therapeutic Services
As the Eating Disorder Group CEO, Amos is responsible for overall success including administrative, operational and clinical services. In addition, he is responsible for spearheading the development, communication, and implementation of effective and efficient treatment outcomes and strategies. He guides and encourages the team at Magnolia Creek to follow the core principles as an organization that delivers quality, compassionate care in an intentionally sustainable way. Magnolia Creek continues to fulfill its mission of serving the needs of those who are struggling with eating disorders, their families, and those committed to their care. Accordingly, Amos is always available to those seeking admission to Magnolia Creek as we focus on ensuring treatment that restores hope, health, and happiness. Amos is happily married to Michelle, and they are the proud parents of Isaac and Isabel.
Dr. Joe Fraiz
As the Medical Director for Selah House and consulting physician for Toledo Center for Eating Disorders, Dr. Fraiz provides medical care to our clients and consultants to our medical teams. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and board-certified in infectious diseases. Dr. Fraiz completed his undergraduate training at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, followed by medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed his residency training in internal medicine as well as a fellowship in infectious diseases at Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Fraiz has made numerous presentations, is a member of several committees, and has been principal investigator in a wide range of studies. Dr. Fraiz is a proud grandfather who enjoys gardening and fly fishing.
Dr. Tom Scales
As the attending psychiatrist/physician for Selah House and Toledo Center for Eating Disorders, Dr. Scales provides psychiatric and medical care to our clients. He is a diplomat in the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and in Addiction Medicine through the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Scales completed his undergraduate training at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, followed by medical school at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. He completed his residency training in a combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry program at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He is passionate about helping those with eating disorders and has made numerous community presentations and local media appearances regarding the topic. Dr. Scales was the radio show host of a live web-based program entitled “Understanding Eating Disorders” which occurred weekly on www.health.voiceamerica.com and featured professionals and laypeople as guests in the eating disorder field. Most importantly, he is a husband and proud father of two children.
Dr. Amy Ricke
As a Psychiatrist at Selah House, Dr. Ricke approaches treatment from both neurobiological and psychoanalytic perspectives, meaning she believes that our earliest relationships not only determines how the brain develops but also our understanding of ourselves and our relationship with others. Her goal is to understand the complexity of a client’s symptoms and help provide a deeper understanding of themselves and the sources of their pain. She has a holistic view of mental health and recommends therapy and lifestyle changes (i.e., nutrition, sleep, exercise, functional medicine) as part of a treatment plan.
Dr. Ricke is board certified and earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Notre Dame, and her M.D. from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Ohio, with the distinction of Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She continued her education at Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine where she trained in the adult psychiatry residency program. Her clinical interests include mood and anxiety disorders, addiction, eating disorders, trauma, sleep disorders, personality disorders, and chronic medical illness. She has expertise in treating psychiatric issues surrounding menopause and PMS/premenstrual dysphoric disorder. As a volunteer Assistant Professor in the IU Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Ricke remains active in teaching psychiatry residents.
Understanding that life cannot be fully lived without good mental health, she is committed to helping clients move through both long-standing and current difficulties to enjoy personal growth and recover from their eating disorder.
“A psychiatric diagnosis is a milestone in someone’s life. Done well, an accurate diagnosis is the beginning of an increased self-understanding and a launch to effective treatment and a better future. Done poorly, it can be a lingering disaster.”-Allen Frances, MD
As National Director of Eating Disorder Admission, Alycia works with the eating disorder clinical partnership team to provide a responsive and streamlined process for admission into treatment. Her professional experiences include working with both adults and adolescents with co-occurring disorders. Alycia’s work with eating disorders began in 2013, at Timberline Knolls where she worked as a Behavioral Health Specialist on both the adult and adolescent lodges. She continued her experience by transitioning to the Admissions Department where she started as an Admissions Coordinator and worked her up to step-in as temporary Director of Admissions by Spring 2017. Other professional endeavors for Alycia include working as an Admissions Specialist, providing support for adults, in need of substance abuse treatment in an outpatient setting. She is a graduate of Benedictine University’s Master of Science of Clinical Psychology program. She also received her bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from East Carolina University, where she received classical vocal and guitar training. Alycia’s therapeutic and professional approach derives from her therapeutic work, spiritual beliefs, and 12-step principles. She strongly values providing the highest level of integrity, compassion, and ethics when helping families and individuals affected by eating disorders and addiction. She believes living a life of recovery is worth the fight and holds hope that recovery is achievable to anyone willing. Alycia finds peace in being of service to others, and her goal is to ensure a smooth admission process for each client and their loved ones.
Brooke is a native of Anderson, IN and has over 15 years of behavioral healthcare experience. As Group Director of Nursing to our eating disorder platform that includes Selah House, Magnolia Creek, and Toledo Center for Eating Disorders, Brooke provides expertise in nursing matters to her team of Nursing Directors. She was a staff nurse with a local inpatient mental health facility prior to joining Selah House as both a staff nurse and the Director of Nursing. Brooke is a graduate of Anderson University and knew from the beginning that mental health was her calling.
Jessica graduated from Gannon University with a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and from Ball State University with a Masters of Science in Wellness Management. At Selah House, she leads our clinical team as Director of Therapeutic Services. She has extensive experience in corporate health promotion providing individual health screenings and consultations as well as group presentations and classes. Additionally, she provides individual and group nutrition services for a group of family practice physicians.</p>
Jessica is a member of the Indiana Dietetic Association and the American Dietetic Association. She is also a member of the Indiana Society of Public Health Educators and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. Jessica’s passion for her profession and her clients is apparent when interacting with her.
One Call, Many Solutions
We are here to help and invite you to walk with us into freedom. Our diverse eating disorder network of services helps connect you to the facility that best aligns your clinical and financial needs.
- Our Admission Team partners with our clients and families to ensure the most accommodating placement of services.
- The Clinical and Medical Team provides 24/7 board-certified care to ensure the health and safety of our clients.
- Our Utilization Review and Financial Team works diligently to ensure that finances are clearly communicated in a concise and considerate manner aligning with the client and family.
Our eating disorder network is continuing to expand our provider relations to better serve our clients and families. We will contact your insurance company on your behalf to explore what benefits are available to you. Prior to admission, you will have a clear picture and a financial plan that works for you, so there will be no surprises. We are dedicated to helping you understand your benefits and the cost of care.
In-network providers include:
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Beacon Health Options
- Medical Mutual
- New Directions Behavioral Health
- Ohio Health Choice
- Physicians Health Plan of Northern Indiana
- United Healthcare
- Value Options
Contact our Admissions team today to verify your benefits at 205-409-4220.
Selah Eating Disorder Network
18 and Over
12 and Over
10 and Over
Levels of Care
Inpatient, RTC, PHP
RTC, PHP, IOP
Co-occuring SUD and
Child and Adolescent