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Satisfaction Survey ResultsPatients are asked to complete a comprehensive patient satisfaction survey when they complete their treatment at Center For Change.
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Education at Center for Change The Center's Education Program comprises of three components. A High School Academic Program, an Adult Education Program and a therapeutic Life Skills Curriculum.
Tuesday Tip for professionals treating adolescents: Involve the family system. It is important to involve families wherever possible, since they are the primary support system for adolescents. http://centerforchange.com/content/team-teens-guidelines-treating-adolescents-eating-disorders
The Center offers a research-based, non-denominational spirituality group which focuses on self-evaluation, balance and purpose. Click here to learn more: http://centerforchange.com/about-center/spirituality
Tuesday Tip: Replace the time you spend criticizing your appearance with more positive, satisfying pursuits. http://centerforchange.com/content/battling-our-bodies-understanding-and-overcoming-negative-body-images
Need more structure during the week? Our Evening Program (IOP) allows clients to receive accelerated treatment for their eating disorder, while still participating in their daily responsibilities such as work or school. Click here to learn more: http://centerforchange.com/friends-family-you/programs/outpatient-program/evening-intensive
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Tuesday Tip for Family and Friends: Be a good example with food and when discussing food or weight-related issues and remember you can set an example without lecturing or making a production of it. http://centerforchange.com/content/anorexia-and-bulimia-how-friends-and-family-can-help
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