Child & Adolescent Eating Disorder Treatment at Eating Recovery Center

“If you suspect your child has an eating disorder, trust your instincts—parents often know if something is wrong. Educate yourself through research or talk to medical and mental health professionals, and identify your support system. Don’t let your child’s eating disorder isolate you, don’t dwell on the past and don’t lose hope. Identify what you want to work towards for your family, and take committed action toward that end.”
-Elizabeth Easton, PsyD
Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent Services

Eating Recovery Center’s Child and Adolescent Services offers comprehensive eating disorder recovery programs for girls and boys ages 10 through 17. Under the clinical guidance of Craig Johnson, PhD, Chief Science Officer, Ovidio Bermudez, MD, Chief Clinical Officer and Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Services, and Elizabeth Easton, PsyD, Clinical Director of Child and Adolescent Services, the treatment center offers Inpatient, Residential and Partial Hospitalization levels of care and is thoughtfully designed to help children, adolescents and their families achieve lasting eating disorders recovery.

Christian-Based Therapists Available

For families seeking counseling for their child within the framework of their Christian faith, Eating Recovery Center is capable of meeting those treatment needs. Several staff members have extensive experience incorporating Christian beliefs into Eating Recovery Center’s evidence-based treatment.

Resources

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

“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.”

-Kelli E., former patient