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Eating Recovery Center Treatment Outcomes

Dr. Craig Johnson | Eating Disorder Doctor

Craig Johnson, PhD, FAED, CEDS, Chief Science Officer

One of the greatest frustrations that families report is trying to obtain outcome results from eating disorder treatment programs.  A comprehensive review of treatment program websites indicates that very few report any data-based outcomes and data that are reported generally lack research rigor. The information in this booklet is designed to help patients, families, and professionals understand some of the difficulties researchers face in measuring eating disorder treatment effectiveness and how to critically evaluate data that is presented.  Patient satisfaction and treatment effectiveness data from Eating Recovery Center is presented with the intention of reporting on our outcomes and providing examples of how to become a discriminating consumer of outcome data.
 

Eating Recovery Center Outcomes at a Glance:

ADULT INPATIENT/RESIDENTIAL and PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAMS

  • 91% of adult patients report that treatment at Eating Recovery Center was helpful, and 92% would recommend Eating Recovery Center to other individuals in need of treatment.
  • Eating Recovery Center significantly reduced psychological problems associated with eating disorders among adult patients admitted between 2008 and 2014.
  • Eating Recovery Center significantly reduced depression and anxiety among adult patients admitted between 2008 and 2014.

CHILD & ADOLESCENT INPATIENT/RESIDENTIAL and PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAMS

  • 99% of parents of child/adolescent patients report that treatment at Eating Recovery Center was helpful, and 97% would recommend Eating Recovery Center to other families in need of treatment.
  • Eating Recovery Center significantly reduced psychological problems associated with eating disorders among child and adolescent patients admitted between 2011 and 2014.
  • Eating Recovery Center significantly reduced depression and anxiety among child and adolescent patients admitted between 2011 and 2014

FAMILY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

  • 98% of families that attended a 3-day educational workshop on the causes and treatment of eating disorders rated the program excellent or very good.
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