Adult Eating Disorder Treatment at Eating Recovery Center

Eating disorders treatment at Eating Recovery Center for women and men ages 18 and older brings together a highly experienced team of experts to address the physical, psychological and social implications of these illnesses. In addition to medical and nutritional support to address the complications associated with anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder, therapeutic interventions are used to help patients learn how to create a rich and meaningful life. Patients are supported to closely examine what they value and are given tools to help them take committed action to achieve the lives they want to have.

Adult women and men enter treatment at the appropriate level of care she or he needs. This determination is generally based on medical complications, acuity of the eating disorder symptoms and past treatment history. As patients move along the path of recovery, they can step-down to the among the levels of care within Eating Recovery Center’s comprehensive service offerings, including Inpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and general Outpatient programming. Stepping down to levels of care with more autonomy helps patients protect their recovery as they reconnect with their lives outside of treatment by testing their skills while still in an environment of structure and support.

Treatment in Eating Recovery Center’s adult programs are delivered using a Village model, which focuses on building a community in which people really know one another. Within each Village, a small group of patients are assigned a psychiatrist, dietitian, primary therapist, family therapist, and nurse with whom they work, allowing staff to really understand the patient and drill down on their individual progress and goals. In the Village model, patients spend 70% of their day with their primary therapist, during which they engage in supported meals and individual, family and group therapy.

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Navigate Holiday Eating with Confidence

For someone recovering from an eating disorder, the food-centric festivities that surround nearly every holiday can be overwhelming. Whether you’re in recovery or supporting someone who is, any kind of celebration can be a difficult time. How can you navigate these occasions with confidence?

Testimonials

“In the fall of 2009, a gentleman called my office requesting that I see his daughter for a consult. Prior to our first visit, he informed me that they, the parents, had decided to place their daughter in the Eating Recovery Center, and he asked my opinion. At that time I was only marginally familiar [...]

-Elisabeth P., Registered Dietitian