Media Coverage

Eating Recovery Center Review 2023: Pros & Cons, Cost, & Who It’s Right For

October 25, 2023
Choosing Therapy
Eating Recovery At Home was featured in Choosing Therapy, where they've included information provided from Dr. Casey Tallent, and highlighted virtual IOP, our ability to treat co-occurring mood and anxiety disorders, and our group, individual, and nutrition sessions.

Read the Full Article from Choosing Therapy

Eating disorders have some of the highest mortality rates among mental illnesses and can be resistant to treatment. Finding effective treatment is so important. I would ultimately recommend Eating Recovery Center’s virtual IOP. Eating Recovery Center models their virtual IOP after their in-person IOP, and I think they’re successful in maintaining many of the same things that make their in-person programming effective.

Having worked in all levels of care at Eating Recovery Center in the past, I feel confident in the training that’s given to clinicians to treat eating disorders effectively. Even now that I work in the outpatient setting and in my own private practice,  I still refer my own clients to both the Eating Recovery Center and to their mood and anxiety programming through Pathlight. I think Eating Recovery Center’s Eating Recovery At Home could be an especially great option for college students or busy young professionals needing more support than their outpatient team can provide.


Read More

Eating Recovery Center is accredited through the Joint Commission. This organization seeks to enhance the lives of the persons served in healthcare settings through a consultative accreditation process emphasizing quality, value and optimal outcomes of services.

Organizations that earn the Gold Seal of Approval™ have met or exceeded The Joint Commission’s rigorous performance standards to obtain this distinctive and internationally recognized accreditation. Learn more about this accreditation here.

Joint Commission Seal