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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and patterns combining aspects of anorexia and bulimia are not always obvious, encompassing a broad range of dysfunction that can also be an invisible challenge. Eating dysfunction ranks as the 2nd deadliest disorder after opioid addiction, which is why it’s incredibly important to get the right help.

Not sure if you need help?

We approach eating disorders within the context of our client’s entire mental health spectrum, addressing potential coexisting conditions such as OCD, addiction, depression, and anxiety.
Our multidisciplinary approach and personalized treatment plans are crafted with clinical judgment, providing dietitians, group activities promoting healthy living, and support for co-occurring disorders. Our goal is to provide holistic care that goes beyond the surface, empowering individuals to heal. Eating disorders are complicated so it's hard to tell if you need help. Are you or your loved one struggling, and unsure about seeking help? *This quiz should not be used to replace the recommendations or diagnoses provided by a medical or mental health professional. We encourage you to share your results with a mental healthcare professional who can help you determine the next steps that are right for you.
Eating disorders can be managed with the right help. Our comprehensive treatment approach involves a range of programming, including the expertise of dietitians and engaging group activities focused on healthy living. Additionally, we prioritize addressing co-occurring disorders such as addiction, depression, and anxiety, ensuring that individuals receive holistic care to support their overall well-being.

Signs It’s Time to Get Help:

Obsessive preoccupation with body weight or shape
Drastic weight fluctuations
Self-induced vomiting
Misuse of laxatives
Isolating due to shame around eating habits
Physical symptoms like fatigue, dizziness, hair loss, or disruptions in menstrual cycles
Psychological distress, including depression, anxiety, or feelings of guilt and shame related to eating behaviors

Personalized Treatments

We consider individual circumstances to make informed decisions about diagnosis and treatment options, providing personalized and effective care tailored to each patient’s unique situation. An individualized, integrated plan created by your personal care team may include treatment for co-occurring disorders.
Healthy living group

Nutrition counseling

Certified dietitians help restore normal eating patterns and teach the importance of nutrition and a balanced diet.

Nutrition Counseling

Healthy Living Group

Along with nutrition education, you’ll learn the roles that physical activity, sleep, stress reduction, and mindfulness play in supporting the journey toward recovery and health.



Through a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy and behavioral therapy, psychotherapy helps patients develop healthier attitudes toward food and weight while equipping them with effective ways to cope with stressful situations.



Certain antidepressant medications like selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs such as Prozac and Paxil) and other non-antidepressant medications might be used to help control anxiety and depression associated with an eating disorder.

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Group Therapy

Our therapy groups are led by experts in their field who have dedicated their lives to helping others. People with eating disorders might benefit from group therapy, where they can find that they are not alone, openly discussing their feelings and concerns with others who share common experiences and problems.

family therapy

Family Therapy

Group meetings and education are available to our clients' partners, spouses, and children as part of our inclusive treatment strategy. Family therapy is part of an overall treatment program and is very important to success. Family members will learn more about eating disorders and recognize its signs and symptoms so they can support their loved one’s treatment.

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Supportive Housing

A supportive group home environment may be an option for adults on their mental health wellness journey.

Based on your specific needs and diagnosis, we offer comprehensive and effective programs to help you find relief now and into the future. They include a continuum of care from outpatient to intensive patient, partial hospitalization programming to supportive housing. 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Personalized and multidisciplinary IOP programs are designed to address mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs. In-person, virtual, and hybrid sessions are available for those needing greater flexibility. 

3 Day IOP

Includes a minimum of 10 hours of treatment per week, comprised of six or more 90-minute therapy groups.

4 Day IOP

Includes at least two additional group therapy sessions of three hours or more.

5 Day IOP

Includes a minimum of two group therapy sessions or three hours of therapeutic treatments per day.


Individual psychotherapy sessions minimum once per week 

Psychiatric medication prescription and management 

Family sessions (generally bi-weekly)

Case management services of up to two (2) hours per month.

Family work, parent consultation

Psychological testing

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The PHP program provides intensive support without 24-hour supervision. As an alternative to a hospital or residential program, PHP offers comprehensive, short-term treatment with a complete team of clinicians under one roof. The full-day program is attended 4–5 days a week.

Conditions Addressed

Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar & Other Mood Disorders

Borderline & Other Personality Disorders

Substance Dependence & Co-occurring Disorders

Trauma & PTSD

Interpersonal Conflict

And More

Services Provided

Individual Psychotherapy

Family Therapy

Case Management

Group Therapy

Psychiatric Intervention: Medication, TMS & More

Supportive Housing*

Group Therapy

Learn about coping strategies to reduce anxiety symptoms and gain a better understanding of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that perpetuate anxiety—all within a caring and supportive environment. 

What You’ll Learn

Effective social skills 

Anxiety management skills

How to develop an understanding of others

Communication skills

The steps toward positive growth 

How to define and create a path to achieve your goals 

What You’ll Gain

A deepened self-awareness

Improved relationships

Structure for daily, short-range, and long-range commitments

New effective and creative life skills

Emotional stabilization and symptom reduction

The ability to identify the next step 

We’re dedicated to providing valuable information and support for anyone who is struggling with mental health issues. Our extensive options for group therapy are led by highly experienced medical professionals. Explore our informative articles to help you better understand and manage your anxiety. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive community where you can learn, connect, and grow.

Group Therapies

Discover our group therapy options, specially designed to equip you with essential skills and tools to manage your well being for the long term. Our sessions are led by a team of highly-qualified and experienced professionals committed to providing you with the highest quality care.

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