Tara Deliberto Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the medical school of Cornell University, Weill Cornell Medicine, the establisher & director of the eating disorders partial hospitalization program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, and a public speaker. Prior to her current positions, Dr. D. trained at other highly regarded eating disorder programs in NYC including Mount Sinai's Eating and Weight Disorders Program and North Shore LIJ's Eating Disorders Treatment Center. Dr. D. has presented her research internationally on life threatening mental health conditions, including eating disorders, self-injurious behavior, & suicide. Currently, her work has been cited in over 900 scientific publications and also has been mentioned in the Harvard Gazette, Science Daily, & TIME. Although most of her published work to date has been on suicide and self-injurious behavior, Dr. D. has recently published on a novel treatment group designed to teach people with eating disorders about symptoms through reading primary scientific literature. She is currently working on putting the finishing touches on the BITE therapist's manual as well as the BITE book of handouts prior to their forthcoming publication! Dr. D. has presented about BITE on panels to the international professional community at the International Conference on Eating Disorders in 2015, 2016, and 2017. She is also working on adapting BITE for adults with eating disorders and loved ones in their support network. Dr. D also serves as co-chairperson of the Academy for Eating Disorder's Technology & Innovations special interest group as well as the Membership Retentions & Recruitment Committee. Dr. D. also currently serves as the chairperson for NYC CBT's technology committee and sits on the editorial board of the Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention. For more information on Dr. D.'s work, visit the following sites: Google Scholar, The Psychology Easel, & Twitter.