How are Mood, Anxiety or Trauma Disorders Treated?
Depression, anxiety and emotional dysregulation (an emotional response that is poorly modulated) not only occur commonly alongside an eating disorder, but also persist after eating disorder recovery.
Co-occurring mood, anxiety and/or substance abuse issues must be thoroughly explored while you are in treatment so you can truly understand your diagnosis and develop the skills to manage mood, anxiety and/or substance abuse issues in addition to eating disorder recovery skills. At ERC, we offer specialized tracks to address these common co-occurring conditions.
For our patients who have a primary diagnosis of a mood or anxiety disorder, they will be referred to a community partner specializing in mood and anxiety disorder treatment or to one of our ERC Insight facilities (locations include Chicago, IL, Seattle, WA, Austin TX and The Woodlands, TX) that offers Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs thoughtfully designed to treat mood and anxiety disorders and foster lasting recovery.
Mental health expert Linda Lewaniak describes treatment for mood, anxiety and substance use disorders at ERC and Insight Behavioral Health Centers.
Treatment for mood and anxiety disorder begins with one call
Whether your mood or anxiety disorder is co-occurring with an eating disorder or you are free of food-related struggles, we offer you a treatment and hope for a full and lasting recovery. Please call 877-825-8584 to schedule a free, confidential consultation with one of our Masters-level clinicians.