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Disordered Eating (OSFED): Other specified feeding or eating disorders

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Disordered Eating (OSFED)

Disordered Eating can be subtle and cannot be solved by complete abstinence. This is part of what makes disordered Eating recovery so tricky: in order to heal, survivors must develop a new relationship with food and their body. Disordered Eating is defined by an upset in thoughts, behaviors, and perceptions around food and the body. Disordered Eating is a complex and life-threatening illness. It's essential to understand the signs and symptoms that your loved one may be struggling with an eating disorder.

What to expect?

Symptoms can widely range, some of the more common can include:

  • Fad diets
  • Cleanses
  • Heightened focus on appearance.
  • Skipping meals
  • Supplement misuse.
  • Diet pills
  • Extreme social media focused on appearance or food.
  • Undereating or Overeating
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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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Inpatient

Treatment in a structured 24-hour medical or psychiatric inpatient unit. Medical management and intensive treatment of physically harmful eating disorder behaviors, medical complications, and co-occurring disorders, along with a focus on weight restoration.

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Partial Hospitalization

Treatment typically occurs five days a week for six to eight hours each day. Client remains medically stable but requires more intensive, structured programming to reduce eating disorder behaviors.

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Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Care (OP & IOP)

Lives at home or in a structured living environment with continued participation in group therapy sessions, individualized therapy sessions, educational programs on mental health, addiction, nutrition, and more.

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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:

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