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Center for Change is Now Offering Eating Disorder IOP Treatment for Adolescent Boys & Adult Men!
We are excited to announce that, in addition to the full continuum of care we offer for adolescent girls and adult women, we are now treating adolescent boys (age 15+) and adult men in our Evening Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).  Our IOP programs, offered in two Utah locations, allows clients to receive accelerated treatment for their eating disorders, while still participating in their daily responsibilities such as work or school.  Our traditional IOP is held on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings; however, flexible scheduling can be accommodated based on individual need.  Program activities include individual therapy, dietary counseling, family involvement, and daily group therapy, goal planning, monitored meals, and staff supervision.

Did You Know…Center for Change Has an Added Location in Cottonwood Heights?!
Center for Change now has 2 locations in Utah.  In addition to our Orem location, we now have office and IOP space in Cottonwood Heights. Located at 7050 Highland Drive, Suite 310, Center for Change – Cottonwood Heights provides a convenient location for Salt Lake, Davis and Weber County residents who require the Intensive Outpatient (IOP) level of care.  The evening IOP in both the Orem and Cottonwood Heights locations serves adolescent girls and boys (ages 15+) as well as adult women and men.  To learn more or to schedule an assessment, please contact our warm and caring admissions team at 888-224-8250.

Happenings at Center for Change

Congratulations to Michael E. Berrett, PhD, CEO of Center for Change and P. Scott Richards, PhD, Research Director at Center for Change for their  recent publication.

Dr. Berrett and Dr. Richards, along with Dr. Randy K. Hardman and Troy Lea published a chapter titled “Religious and Spiritual Assessment of Trauma Survivors” in the book “Spiritually Oriented Psychotherapy for Trauma” by D.F Walker, C.A. Courtois, and J.D. Aten.  Congratulations!

Center for Change National Eating Disorders Conference for Professionals (#CFC2015)

We are excited for our upcoming conference!  Leading up to, and during the conference, we will be Tweeting and posting on Facebook so be sure to follow Center for Change on social media and join the conversation! #CFC2015

Upcoming Events
Center for Change National Eating Disorders Conference
January 30-31, 2015
Center for Change
Orem, UT2015 NATSAP Annual Conference
February 5-7, 2015
Nashville, TN
Please join Tamara Noyes and Kari JacobsonEDRS Conference
February 5-7, 2015
Santa Rosa, CA
Look for Cassie Gaub at this event

Spirituality on Recovery Educational Event
February 20, 2015
Claremont, CA
Michael E. Berrett, PhD will be presenting

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
February 22-28, 2015

HEDS 2015 Conference
February 28, 2015
Houston, TX
Nicole Hawkins, PhD will be presenting at this conference.  Also look for Cassie Gaub!

2015 Alliance Walk
February 28, 2015
Boca Raton, FL
Center for Change is proud to be a sponsor at this event

Center for Change is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Full-time Outpatient Therapist
  • Part-time Dietitian

Click here for more information and to apply