“The Pillars of Recovery—Values, Mindsight and Connectedness—help patients develop a sense for what they value in life, as well as an awareness of when those values apply and when completing one’s values requires connecting with others.”
“Eating Recovery Center was on the ball with making sure my client’s outpatient team was in the loop during treatment and especially just prior to discharge. My description of Eating Recovery Center: thorough, professional, cutting-edge, holistic, dedicated to relapse prevention and 100% cooperative with the outpatient team. I will be sending patients here again and again and again!”
“I am impressed and encouraged by Eating Recovery Center. Knowing that I can recommend this facility to my patients and their families with full confidence makes this difficult situation much more tolerable. Thank you for your forward-thinking program based in both knowledge and evidence.”
“My daughter’s team at Eating Recovery Center worked impeccably together to serve her recovery. They were innovative, focused, kind, steadfast and highly attuned to my daughter. She received not only healing that was life saving but education this is foundational for positive entry into young adulthood.”
“It is so helpful to not have to grope around in the dark with so many of the issues of a complicated disease that threatens the life and well being of those you hold most dear to your heart. Family Days gives me knowledge that serves as a tool to not only help us as parents, but to help us better support our loved ones.”
“The programs, but more importantly, the people at ERC helped me to see that I do indeed deserve to be happy and can be happy. They loved me when I felt unlovable. They cared for me until I could start to care for myself again. They gently but firmly challenged me, and most of all, they had faith in me that I could succeed in this fight. For that I will always be more than grateful.”
“This treatment was worth it. I am not a failure for coming here. Things do happen for a reason. I couldn’t have come to the place that I’m at without this treatment and without the staff. They helped and added to my experience. They helped me to survive and more so, they helped me to live.”
Eating Recovery Center is an international center for eating disorders recovery providing comprehensive treatment for adults, adolescents and children struggling with anorexia, bulimia, EDNOS and binge eating disorder. Inpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Outpatient levels of care are offered at Eating Recovery Center's Denver-based facilities: the Behavioral Hospital for Adults, the Behavioral Hospital for Children and Adolescents, the Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults, the Partial Hospitalization Program for Children and Adolescents, and Outpatient Services for Adults, Children and Adolescents.
Adult Services offers Inpatient and Residential eating disorders treatment programs for seriously ill women and men ages 18 and older.
Partial Hospitalization offers a full day of staff-supported programming and opportunities to practice recovery skills during evenings at home or in apartment residence communities.
Child and Adolescent Services offers Inpatient and Residential eating disorders treatment programs for seriously ill girls and boys ages 10 through 17.
The Child & Adolescent Partial Hospitalization offers a full day of staff-supported programming for both children and parents, and opportunities to practice recovery skills during evenings and weekends.
Outpatient programming focuses on teaching and practicing the skills necessary for patients to remain healthy after leaving treatment.
San Antonio-based partner program specializes in comprehensive eating disorder treatment for female and male children, adolescents and adults
Founded in 2007 by eating disorder treatment experts Kay C. Watt, MAPC, LPC, CEDS and Susan C. Mengden, PhD, CEDS, EDCASA provides comprehensive outpatient treatment for female and male children, adolescents and adults seeking to reclaim their lives from Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder and EDNOS. Evidence-based medical, psychological, and dietetic care, as well as non-denominational spiritual care, is delivered by a compassionate team of multidisciplinary experts in Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and general Outpatient levels of care. EDCASA is committed to education about eating disorder diagnosis and prevention in the South Texas community. Collaboration with local universities allows EDCASA to remain on the leading edge of evidence-based treatment research, and supports training and development of the next generation of eating disorder specialists for service in the community. Learn more about EDCASA here.