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Binge Eating Treatment
Help with Binge Eating Treatment
Center for Change offers specialized binge eating treatments. We have found success in a program that allows you to step down to have more real-life experiences. To start with, your binge eating treatment plan will begin with inpatient care. This is more intensive treatment where you will learn many skills. Once your treatment team feels it is the right time, you will step down to our residential level of care. On the residential unit, your binge eating treatment will continue by putting some of the skills you learned to practice. Throughout your entire stay at Center for Change, you will be supported by physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, registered nurses, dietitians, and care technicians.
Binge eating is a complex, intensely personal illnesses which can damage a woman physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Center for Change works to heal the whole person, not temporarily change behavior. Our approach to recovery is based on the belief that eating-disordered patterns are learned. Those learned patterns can be changed - permanently.
Individualized and Intensive Treatment for Binge Eating
We provide the intensive structure and care that patients need at the beginning of their treatment and we can help and follow them through to the end of their treatment needs. Our binge eating disorder treatment program can be individualized and adapted to the specific needs of each patient, even while she engages in the overall treatment program.
We have a beautiful facility with 56,000 square feet of comfortable and spacious living space, but it is the personal touch of love and therapeutic care by many dedicated people that sets Center for Change apart from other treatment programs.
Call Center for Change today at 888.224.8250 for more information about our Binge Eating Treatment Program.
For most people, the holiday season is a wonderful time of year. It is often a time of family reunion, socializing, and celebration – a time when families, friends, and coworkers come together to share good will and good food. Yet, for those who suffer with eating disorders, this is often the worst time of the year.