Bridging the gap between inpatient and independence…
Completing an inpatient treatment is just the first step on the road to recovery from eating disorders. Our Intensive Outpatient Transitional Program helps patients and families transition from structured treatment facilities to a safe and supportive outpatient setting. Our goal is to successfully return patients to their home, work, school and family lives while continuing their healing process.
As patients develop their independence and self-care abilities, we gradually reduce the intensity of our services while providing continued support. Patients learn to live without their self-destructive behaviors, rebuilding their lives, rediscovering their true selves, and being able to confidently share the person they’ve become with the world.
About Our Outpatient Transitional Program
We provide intensive therapeutic services to individuals recovering from the following conditions:
- Binge Eating
- Self-Harming Behaviors
Treatment components and durations are unique to the needs of each patient and family. Initial treatment plans are determined during a consultation with the patient’s primary care providers or inpatient specialists. Follow-up assessments and adjustments are performed regularly. Some of the key elements of this process include:
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Nutrition Counseling
- Recovery Coaching/Life Skills Training
- Mind-Body Therapies
- Expressive Therapies
- Support Groups
Work with a therapist to assess unique feelings and needs for long-term recovery.
- Separating Behaviors and Feelings
- Self-Esteem and Empowerment
- CBT/DBT Emotional Regulation
Healing the family is a vital part of recovery, and essential for a healthy environment.
- Family Systems and Roles
- Healthy Relationships/Communication Skills
- Positive Parenting/Modeling
Learn to process and cope with food and feelings through nutrition therapy and mindful eating.
- Listening To Body Cues/Hunger Scale
- Challenging Food Rules and Fears
- Meal Support/Exposure Therapy
Recovery Coaching / Life Skills Training
Develop and practice life skills, in order to live an independent, functioning life.
- Healthy Coping Mechanisms
- Independent Living Skills
Reconnect with mind and body, letting go of negative perceptions and releasing body-stored trauma.
- Body Image and Reconnection
- Yoga and Mindful Movement
- Meditation and Relaxation
Explore mind and body through creative techniques (journals, drawing, poetry etc.)
- Non-Verbal Expression Of Feelings
- Explore Feelings Through Creative Projects
- Find Your True Self
Enhance relationship with self and others. Learn communication and socialization skills. Challenge fears, change negative thought patterns, and develop self-acceptance.
- Teen Group
- Young Adult Group
- Adult Group
- Disordered Eating Group