Dr. Genie Burnett, CEO and Clinical Director of Manna Fund, discusses spectrum disorders and eating disorders with therapist and mental health counselor Madison Giles.
Madison Giles/Manna Fund
Madison Giles is a nationally certified Mental Health Counselor and graduated from Mercer University with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2020. Madison joined Manna in January 2021 as a Clinical Therapist and Event/Marketing Coordinator. During her undergraduate degree, Madison was a teaching assistant at Kennesaw State and taught the Eating Disorder track of an Abnormal Psychology course. She completed a college thesis on bullying and developed a bully prevention program for elementary through high school aged students who struggle with bullying and trauma from bullying. Madison has experience working with substance abuse, eating disorders, ADHD, body dysmorphia, and ARFID.
About Manna Fund:
Manna Fund is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing hope and financial assistance to individuals who need eating disorder treatment scholarships. Manna provides funding for inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient eating disorder treatment for individuals lacking insurance coverage or for those with inadequate insurance coverage. Manna Fund grants scholarships to recipients by providing direct payment to partnering eating disorder treatment facilities.
Their mission is to address the epidemic of eating disorders by providing prevention, education, research, and financial assistance for treatment to all qualified individuals through well-administered programs.