Below is the extended biography of Gatewell founder/director, Dr. Stacey Rosenfeld.

Clinical Psychology Affiliations (Current and Prior):

New York State Psychological Association

Los Angeles County Psychological Association, Founding Chair of the Eating Disorder Special Interest Group; Past Foundation Board Member at Large

Florida Psychological Association

American Group Psychotherapy Association

Center for Group Studies

Academy of Eating Disorders, Social Media Committee Member (2013-2016)

International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, Social Media Committee Member (Miami Chapter)

Eating Disorder Coalition of Miami, Treasurer (now the Alliance for Eating Disorders)

National Eating Disorders Association

Association for Size Diversity and Health, Prior Social Media Committee Member

Women’s Mental Health Consortium

Mirror Mirror Eating Disorder Help, Editor

Sport/Exercise Affiliations:

Chief Psychologist, New York City Triathlon (2007-2010)

Psyching Team, New York City Marathon (2008)

American Council on Exercise, Certified Personal Trainer (since 1996)

Madd Dogg Athletics, Certified Spinning Instructor (since 2006)

Lululemon, Team Research and Development (since 2012)

Zumba Fitness, Certified Zumba Instructor (2013)

The University of Miami Wellness Center Group Fitness Instructor (since 2015)

Infertility Affiliations:

ASRM (and Mental Health Professional Group)


Donor Sibling Registry

Teaching/Lecturing Experience:

UNC-Chapel Hill

Duke University

The George Washington University

The University of Maryland-College Park

Georgetown University

Pace University

Baruch College


Rosenfeld, S. (2019, Fall). Telemental Health in the Millenium: Practicing Ethical and Effective Distance Therapy: Miami-Dade County Monroe Chapter of the Florida Psychological Association.

Rosenfeld, S. (2016, August). Why Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse So Commonly Co-Occur: Oliver-Pyatt Centers Blog.

Rosenfeld, S. (2016, January). DBT in the Treatment of Eating Disorders: Mirror Mirror.

Rosenfeld, S. (2015, June). Size Diversity in Fashion Helps Overcome Body Image Concerns: REglam.

Rosenfeld, S. (2015, March 10). Recovering against a backdrop of disorder. National Eating Disorders Association.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, November 19). Thanksgiving goodness without the guilt. National Eating Disorders Association.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, June 19). How Social Media Harms Your Body Image + What to Do About It: mindbodygreen

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, June 7). Tips: Raising Children to Have Healthy Relationships with Food and Their Body: Elephant Journal.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, June). Tips for Raising a Child to Have a Healthy Relationship with Food and Their Body: Natural Child World.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, June). Should You Put Your Child on a Diet? Not So Fast: Know More TV.

Rosenfeld, S.M. (2014). Does every woman have an eating disorder? Challenging our nation’s fixation with food and weight. Los Angeles: Siena Moon Books.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, May 26). 6 Tips to Help Kids Have a Healthy Relationship with Food: mindbodygreen.

Rosenfeld, S. (2014, May 22)). Help Your Child Develop a Healthy Body Image: North Texas Kids.

Rosenfeld, S. (2010). Radical body acceptance. New York State Psychological Association’s Public Resource Center.

Rosenfeld, S. & Schulman, S. (2008, Holiday Issue). What menu labeling laws really meanQueens Courier, Healthwise.

Rosenfeld, S. (2006). Entries on behavioral psychology. In G. R. VandenBos (Ed.), The APA dictionary of psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Rosenfeld, S.M.  (2004). Psychosocial correlates of sexual communication. Washington, DC: The George Washington University.

Rosenfeld, S.M., & Blick, E.S. (2003, May). Psychosocial correlates of sexual communication. Poster session presented at GWU’s Psychology Graduate Student Forum conference, Washington, DC.

Rosenfeld, S.M. (2002). Psychology of personality. In J.M. Silva & D.E. Stevens (Eds.), Psychological foundations of sport (2nd ed.) pp. 27-47. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Rosenfeld, S.M. (2001, March). The acute effects of aerobic versus resistance exercise on mood enhancement. Poster session presented at GWU’s Psychology Graduate Student Forum conference, Washington, DC.

Rosenfeld, S.M. (1998).  The acute effects of aerobic versus resistance exercise on mood enhancement. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina.


For an extensive list of Dr. Rosenfeld’s media interviews/appearances, please click here.