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Eating Disorders

If you suffer from any of the common types of eating disorders, you don’t have to feel ashamed. Getting therapy for eating disorders can save your life.

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About Eating Disorders

Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. Further complicating the disease is that most people suffering from an eating disorder often don’t want to believe they’re sick. Feelings of shame are unbearable as the eating disorder grows in silence and secrecy.


The result is overwhelming feelings of being alone and feeling misunderstood. We work with clients to help them understand the truth behind their eating disorders. Our goal is to help develop the tools and resiliency to take their lives back through behavioral health treatment.


If you or someone you love is struggling with an eating disorder, we’re here for you. Our compassionate team of experts is ready to help you on your long-term recovery journey. Our approach to treatment is completely individualized and focuses on the whole person, rather than just the condition and its symptoms.

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Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia nervosa is one of the most common types of eating disorders. Medical experts characterize this disorder by noting excessive weight loss and deliberate self-starvation.

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Binge Eating

Binge eating disorder is essentially what it sounds like: a person eats an excessive amount but doesn’t take any measures to counteract the disproportionate amount of food.

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Bulimia is an eating disorder that has episodes of binge eating combined with maladaptive ways to arrest weight gain.

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Disordered Eating

Disordered Eating is defined by an upset in thoughts, behaviors, and perceptions around food and the body.

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Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Avoidant / Restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is characterized by eating disruptions caused by distaste for texture, smells, tastes or a lack of interest.

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Treatment Options

The road to lifelong recovery starts in a safe and secure environment with trained professionals who will teach life skills and coping tools to begin a meaningful journey to recovery.

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Eating Disorders Treatment Modalities

Therapy, psychiatry, and group support are important in a well-rounded eating disorder treatment program. The following services are provided:

Group and Individual Therapies
Nutritional Assessment and Consultation
Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Prescription and Management
Psychoeducation; Educate and Inform Patients about the Disorder
Staff-supported Eating
Case Management