Eating Disorders

Eating Disorders

Our Comprehensive Outpatient Program provides a safe and supportive outpatient setting. Our goal is to offer guidance and therapeutic skills to help individuals cope in their home, work, school, and family lives while continuing their healing process.

As individuals develop their independence and self-care abilities, we gradually reduce the intensity of our services while providing continued support. They learn to live without their self-destructive behaviors, rebuilding their lives, and rediscovering their true selves.

About Our Comprehensive Outpatient Program

We provide comprehensive therapeutic services to individuals recovering from the following:

Treatment components and durations are unique to the needs of each individual and their family. Initial treatment plans are determined during a consultation with the primary therapist and treatment team specialists.

Follow-up assessments and adjustments are performed regularly. Some of the key elements of this comprehensive approach include:

Individual Therapy

Work with a therapist to assess feelings and needs for long-term recovery.

Family & Parent Support

Healing the family is a vital part of recovery, and essential for a healthy environment.

Nutrition Therapy

Learn to identify relationship between food and feelings and emotional triggers through nutrition therapy, mindful eating, and reconnection to self.

Recovery Coaching

Life Changing help and support for disordered eating and body image issues. Our recovery coaches offer guidance and motivation with meal support, Recovery Record daily check-ins, and lapses in recovery.

Mindful Movement

Reconnect with mind and body, letting go of negative perceptions and releasing body-stored trauma.

Expressive Therapies

Explore creative techniques and personal outlets. Learn non-verbal expression of feelings and stored emotions.

Disordered Eating Groups

Enhance relationships with self and others.  Learn communication and socialization skills. Challenge fears, negative thought patterns, and change relationship with food. Improve self-esteem, body image, and self-acceptance.