A National Leader in Eating Disorder Treatment
- 35 centers across the country, plus virtual treatment.
- Over 20,000+ patients and their families guided into recovery.
- Specialized treatment designed for adults, children and adolescents of all genders.
Get matched with the exact support you need.
With one conversation, our mental health professionals will help you better understand what you’re going through and what you need.
We will meet you where you are, listen to your story in a therapeutic setting, and match you with the level of support that meets your struggle.
We Are In-Network With All Major Commercial Insurance Providers
To ensure you can pursue recovery, our dedicated team will work on your behalf by acting as a liaison with your insurance provider, answering your questions, and providing guidance and support every step of the way.
Plus Other Major Insurance Providers
Contact us at 1-877-825-8584 to verify coverage and learn more about your treatment options.View All In-Network Providers
Conditions We Treat
An eating disorder is a treatable mental illness that includes a number of different symptoms, including extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues.
AnorexiaAnorexia nervosa is characterized by an obsessive fear of weight gain and a refusal to maintain a healthy body weight.
Atypical AnorexiaYou can’t tell if someone has an eating disorder just by looking at them. See how atypical anorexia affects people in a variety of body shapes and sizes.
ARFIDARFID is a lesser known eating disorder that frequently begins as early as infancy or childhood, but adults can also suffer.
Binge Eating DisorderBinge eating disorder is characterized by frequent overeating – at least once a week for three months – combined with a lack of control, intense feelings of distress and several other characteristic behaviors.
BulimiaBulimia is characterized by patterns of bingeing and purging.
Compulsive OvereatingCompulsive overeating can involve binge eating and weight gain, but it can also involve other behaviors.
DiabulimiaThe term diabulimia is used to describe the diagnosis of an eating disorder in an individual with type 1 diabetes. These patients intentionally misuse insulin for weight control.
OSFEDSome eating disorders do not meet all of the diagnostic criteria for specific diagnoses like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
Types of Care
Medical intervention and support for patients who require medical stabilization.
On-Site, 24-hour treatment for medically-stabilized patients.
Daytime, onsite treatment with evenings offsite or at patient's home.
Outpatient care for 3 hours per day, 3-5 days per week.
Outpatient care for 3 hours per day, 3 days per week from the comfort of home.
Eating Recovery At Home: Online Eating Disorder Treatment
In Eating Recovery At Home, our virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), you’ll learn and develop skills to navigate life’s stressors and build resilience in everyday life.
- Same proven treatment offered on-site from the comfort of home
- Specialized experienced care team includes licensed therapist, registered dietitian, consulting physician and care coordinator
- Group therapy sessions with the same small peer group and clinical team
- Extensive family involvement, education and support
Comprehensive Care Approach
Every person deserves recovery. No matter your condition. No matter how long you’ve struggled. No matter if you believe you may be too ill for treatment, or are not sure you are ‘sick enough’ for treatment.
Our comprehensive care approach begins the day you walk into our doors, and extends to long after you leave our programs.
"Having that validation “You've changed as a person” from your treatment team was so cool to receive."Katie
The most impactful moment at ERC was when I received a high five from my psychiatrist the day after I finally decided to work towards recovery. [My treatment team] sat me down, looked at me, and they said, "Whatever is about to come out of your mouth, I'll believe." And I asked, "What do you mean you'll believe me?" And they looked at me and said, "Your eyes have changed."
Having the validation that they saw the change before I had even said anything was very encouraging, because the small things should be celebrated.
"Through ERC’s counsel, I learned that I was never broken and I didn’t need to be fixed."Andy
Just when all hope was gone and I found myself in the basement apartment underneath my "rock bottom"; I made my final attempt at a life worth living. On Feb 22nd, 2016 that final attempt at life led me to the Eating Recovery Center. There I was, almost instantly, able to understand who I was; my pain, my frustration, my hopelessness... and more importantly, they were able to help me understand who I am, and how to proceed forward in my life despite the pain, frustration, and hopelessness I felt.
Through ERC’s counsel, I learned that I was never broken and I didn’t need to be fixed. Instead, we created a customized roadmap to guide me in life with ways to navigate myself away from repeating my past suffering and by self-understanding and love, move ever forward in the direction of my life values. Without ERC I truly don’t think I'd be alive today; and I'm certain that I would not be loving myself and the life I have now.
"Recovery was getting to know myself over again because I had forgotten who I was and what I wanted for myself because I was so focused on my disorder behaviors."Kate
Recovery was getting to know myself over again because I had forgotten who I was and what I wanted for myself because I was so focused on my disorder behaviors. It was all I ever thought about all day, every day, waking up, going to bed. Getting to set that aside and let the people at ERC handle that for me was so helpful.
Once a week, I filled out my menus and that was all I thought about. I didn't have to worry about it. I just filled the menu out, pass it along and had them take care of that, and then I could take care of me, and get to know people and get to know myself and work with my team, because the core of the issue had nothing to do with food.
The Leading Provider of Multidisciplinary Care in the Nation
Our doctors and therapists pioneered the multidisciplinary treatment model for eating disorders at higher levels of care that is widely used today. With 35 centers across the country and virtual care offered, reaching nearly 75% of people in the U.S., our programs were designed by leaders in adult and child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology, medicine and nutrition.
Eating Recovery Center and Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center
What started as revolutionary eating disorder treatment has now grown to meet the needs for a full range of mental health conditions, allowing us to effectively treat individual diagnoses and co-occurring illnesses. Learn more about our Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Programs and our programming for mood, anxiety and trauma-related disorders here.
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