Our Network of Professionals

TDW’s Network of Trusted Referral Sources

We have a vast network of professionals with whom we have reciprocal referral programs. If your specific issue warrants additional resources outside of our core team, we’ll help you navigate finding the best people to support you along your unique journey.


Jennifer Teems Saey, MS, RDN, LD

Jennifer serves as one of the TD Wellness nutrition counselors and digestive health experts. Jennifer has practiced as a Registered Dietitian since 2008, serving a diverse mix of people from those managing complex medical conditions to those who are well and wishing to prevent disease.

With a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and a Master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Georgia, she started out practicing in New York City in the Mount Sinai medical system. In 2010, she returned to her home state of Georgia and worked as a clinical dietitian for Piedmont Atlanta Hospital for four years. She now works in private practice consulting one-on-one with clients on an outpatient basis.

More recently, Jennifer has shifted her focus to working mostly with digestive health clients. This change came after she was able to see first hand time and time again just how powerful dietary changes can be for this population. Now digestive health patients such as those struggling with Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, IBS, and post-operative GI clients make up about 90% of her practice.

Jennifer resides just outside of Decatur with her husband John, her daughters Edie and Lane, and Harold the dog. The things she loves most in life are her family, her friends, getting outside in any capacity, music, yoga, and cooking healthy foods for her picky or adventurous (depending on the day) little ones!


Anne Bartolucci, Ph.D, C.B.S.M.

I am a fully licensed clinical psychologist and board-certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine. My previous experience also includes three years as a health psychologist and sleep medicine specialist in a pulmonology/critical care/sleep medicine practice. Being in a medical environment allowed me to observe first-hand the benefits of making small changes toward larger goals. During that time, I worked with patients who suffered from a wide range of sleep disorders, and I co-directed a smoking cessation clinic.

My educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and mathematics from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, a Master of Science degree in psychology from the University of Georgia, and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia. I completed my predoctoral internship at the Central Arkansas Veterans’ Health Administration.

Popular press appearances include consulting on articles for Cosmopolitan magazine, Slate.com, and From The Grapevine. I have also been on Fox 5’s “Good Morning Atlanta.”

My professional memberships include the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, and Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.