Seeking help for Anorexia can be a challenging and even frightening task. Where to start? How to know what treatment setting is best? What level of care is needed? The process can be daunting and overwhelming. At Center for Change we are here to help!
Anorexia is a complex and life-threatening illness that requires specialized and intensive care. At Center for Change we have been treating anorexia, and co-occurring illnesses such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and OCD, since 1994. Our active yet caring approach to the treatment of anorexia includes acute inpatient care, residential care, day & evening programs, and outpatient services. We employ a specialized, multidisciplinary approach that helps adolescent girls and adult women establish regular patterns of eating while offering constant encouragement of healthy exercise, body-image improvement, and a return to a full, happy life.
Our Anorexia Treatment Centers utilize dietary and nutritional therapies that help women develop an understanding of an intuitive eating approach that will continue to help them in their long-term anorexia recovery. We empower clients with the commitment and the tools they need to reclaim their lives.
Our Unique Approach
Throughout our anorexia treatment program clients receive individual, family and group therapy, individual nutritional counseling, medical care and monitoring, medication management, and a variety of experiential and expressive therapies. Individualized, compassionate care is offered by our experienced team of physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, dietitians, nurses, care technicians, and other professionals. Throughout each stage of recovery, two things remain constant: Our unwavering compassion and our complete conviction that there is hope.
Center for Change offers the most comprehensive therapy and treatment for anorexia available, focusing on healing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We work to free those suffering from the pain and loneliness that have overcome their lives.
To learn more about our treatment program for Anorexia Nervosa or to schedule a free assessment, call 888-224-8250.
“I came to the center with no hope for recovery. I didn’t think that anyone could help me change my ED mindset, but I was wrong. I now have more hope and confidence than I ever have had. My team and the staff have helped me realize that I don’t need my eating disorder to have a successful and bright future.” -Former Patient