Center for Change
Eating Disorder Treatment
We are a leading inpatient treatment center for eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. We have been featured on Dr. Phil and are considered one of the top eating disorder treatment centers in the world. If you or a loved one is suffering from an eating disorder, we urge you to call us today. We have trained and caring professionals to take your call and help you regain a life of hope and healing. Call us right now at 1-888-224-8250. It may be the most important call you will ever make.
Treatment for Eating Disorders
You will find after going through our website that we have a very warm, comfortable and home-like environment. Our location in a private facility at the foot of majestic 12,000 foot Mount Timpanogos provides a sense of peace and tranquility not found in other eating disorder treatment centers. If you are looking for effective anorexia treatment, bulimia treatment or binge eating treatment, you have found the right place. If you, or a loved one, is currently struggling with an eating disorder know that there is hope. Call us today at 1-888-224-8250.
|There's no substitute for experience.|
|* Inpatient Treatment
* Day and Evening Programs
* After Care Follow-up
|* Residential Treatment
* Outpatient Therapy
* Accredited High School
|* Joint Commission Accredited
* TRICARE® Certified
* Independent Living Program
Anorexia & Bulimia
Anorexia is the popular term for anorexia nervosa. This term originates from the Greek words “an”, meaning deprivation or lack of, and “orexis”, meaning appetite. The combination of the words generally means a lack of desire to eat. Typical sufferers of anorexia nervosa show signs of low body weight with an accompanying fear of gaining weight. Even when grossly underweight, many sufferers of anorexia nervosa still consider themselves “fat”. In order to control their body weight, anorexics will starve themselves, purge after eating, or even resort to diuretic drugs. All of these self controls are very dangerous and life threatening. Without help, a person suffering from anorexia may develop heart and cardiovascular system problems, or an impaired immune system, all of which can lead to death.
Bulimia is the commonly used term for bulimia nervosa. Bulimia, like anorexia, is an eating disorder triggered by a psychological condition with behavioral symptoms including binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting. Psychological symptoms include depression, guilt and self-condemnation. In addition to vomiting, individuals suffering from bulimia may also use laxatives, enemas and even fasting to control their body weight. In an ironic twist, most bulimia sufferers are young women of normal weight.
Eating disorders are described as a compulsion to either eat or not to eat in a manner that disrupts normal physical and emotional health. Eating may either be excessive or limiting, with over-eating, accompanied by purging on the one hand, and self-starvation on the other hand. There are a number of classified eating disorders, but the most common include anorexia nervosa,bulimia nervosa, and binge eating. Each of these three main eating disorders can have severe immediate health issues, and more importantly, all three can lead to long-term health problems and death.
Whether a person is suffering from anorexia, bulimia or binge eating, all have serious and immediate consequences. If you are reading this, and what you have read describes you or a loved one, you must understand that this is a serious problem. You cannot heal yourself. You need professional help, the kind of help available to you here at Center for Change. We know what you are going through, and we know how to help you. It is not easy, and there is no quick fix. But you can get your health back. Please, for your sake, or for the sake of your loved one, call Center for Change today at 1-888-224-8250. We have trained and caring professionals standing by to take your call.
Like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, binge eating is one of the three most prevalent eating disorders in our society today. Binge eating is characterized as compulsive overeating. Binge eaters, unlike the individuals diagnosed with bulimia, do not try to purge their system after bingeing. They will typically binge in private, when no one is around. They will eat until they can actually become sick from overeating. These episodes are accompanied with feelings of shame and disgust. Sometimes this bingeing is done to fill an emotional void, and thus by overeating to somehow become satisfied. This emotional eating is typically a coping mechanism for depression, anxiety and stress, not unlike the way in which drug addicts cope through the use of drugs.
As you can see, binge eating is an emotional disorder, that left untreated, may result in severe health problems and death. If this discussion on binge eating sounds familiar to you, please seek help immediately. Your life and health depends on it. Here at Center for Change, we have medical doctors and psychiatrists that specialize in treating binge eating and other eating disorders. We have a beautiful and home-like environment that will wrap you in love. Healing and help is just a phone call away. Call us today at 1-888-224-8250.
Center for Change is one of the leading anorexia, bulimia and eating disorder treatment centers in the world. Situated in the magnificent Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains in Orem Utah at the foot of 12,000 foot Mount Timpanogos, we are the perfect place where hope and healing can begin. Our spacious and beautiful facility has all the comfort of a luxurious home. Our caring and professional staff understands the needs of those suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating, and other eating disorders. Let us be the first to help you.
Our treatment programs are staffed by professional and certified physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, dieticians, experiential therapists, and 24-hour nursing care, offering our patients the best treatment possible. The typical treatment programs begin with intensive levels of inpatient care, followed by residential treatment. In some cases, after our residential treatment programs are completed, our residents can participate in partial transition programs before leaving. After leaving Center for Change, all patients participate in our aftercare program, which includes ongoing outpatient, dietary and group therapy programs. If you or a loved one is suffering from an eating disorder, we urge you to call Center for Change today. Anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are all potential killers. Get help today. There is hope. There is healing. Center for Change is the place for this to happen. We have helped many others just like you. And we can help you, but only if you call us now at 1-888-224-8250.
At Center for Change, we believe in a continuum of care that offers decreasing steps in the intensity of care which facilitates a step-by-step transition in recovery, preparing each individual for eventual return to a full and satisfying life with friends and loved ones. We offer the following levels of care:
Click any of the options above for more information. If you have any questions, please contact our admissions department today at 888-224-8250.
|iaedp-Utah Winter Gala|
Please join the iaedp-Utah Chapter Saturday, December 7th, 2013 at 2pm for their Winter Gala. They are pleased to announce the screening of Girl Rising. This event will be held at the...
Saturday, December 7, 2013 - 2:00pm
|Center for Change National Eating Disorders Conference for Professionals|
We are excited to host our annual National Eating Disorders Conference for Professionals in 2014! Helping Patients Change From the Outside In, and the Inside Out January 31 - February 1, 2014...
Friday, January 31, 2014 - 9:00am to Saturday, February 1, 2014 - 4:00pm
|Bay Area Event with CFC and Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD|
Do eating disorders ever take you by surprise... Defy everything you learned in school... Push you to the end of your rope? You're invited to a Special Eating Disorder Training for...
Friday, December 13, 2013 - 8:30am
|iaedp Symposium 2014|
Center for Change is proud to be an exhibitor at the 2014 iaedp Symposium. The event will be held February 27 - March 2, 2014 in St. Petersburg, FL. Stay tuned for more details.Visit the iaedp...
Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 9:00am to Sunday, March 2, 2014 - 4:00pm
|Houston Area Event with CFC and Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD|
You're invited to a Special Eating Disorder Training for ProfessionalsFriday, March 14th, 2014Houston, TX Area Stay tuned for details!
Friday, March 14, 2014 - 10:00am