Camille Gregorian is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over thirty years of experience in health and mental health. She received her MSW from RI College School of Social Work and enjoyed a career as a hospital social worker in the areas of psychiatry, critical care, and general medicine at Rhode Island, The Miriam Hospital and at Duke Medical Center. In 2004, she moved into a leadership role as Manager of Clinical Social Work at Rhode Island Hospital and later at The Miriam Hospital. Leaving management in 2019, she became a therapist at The Center for Weight and Wellness.
Camille’s clinical focus is on helping clients develop a more peaceful relationship with food. She focuses on healthy weight loss and weight management, incorporating CBT, ACT and supportive psychotherapy to help patients achieve both short and long-term goals. She has professional and personal experience with Bariatric Surgery Programs as well as with medically supervised weight loss programs.
Camille is now able to pursue a life-long interest in art and enjoys abstract, intuitive painting. She also enjoys travel, reading and spending time with family and friends.