Offering Outpatient Treatment for Eating Disorders
Eating disorder outpatient therapy is designed for adolescent and adult men and women who need support and guidance but can manage eating disorder behaviors and thoughts in a well supported home environment. The range of clients varies from patients just beginning the recovery process to patients well into the journey of recovery.
The outpatient treatment center at Center for Change is available for clients who are medically stable, motivated, and require little structure to maintain weight. Outpatient care is designed to provide support and guidance to clients who can manage eating disorder behaviors and thoughts in a well supported home environment.
Those who participate in outpatient eating disorder treatment may be just beginning the recovery process or they may be well into the journey of recovery. Outpatient therapy is designed to assist clients with their emotional concerns as well as offering guidance with eating disorder behaviors.
Clients often find it helpful to their recovery to attend one or more outpatient groups offered at the Center during the week and to meet with an outpatient dietitian.
Clients who need to restore weight or who are experiencing physiological distress should consider a more structured level of care.
- Adolescent & Adult men and women
- Primary Diagnosis: Anorexia Nervosa / Bulimia Nervosa / EDNOS / Binge Eating
- Assessment required to determine appropriateness for this level of care
- Licensed Clinician – 1x per week – 60 minute session
- Registered Dietitian – 1x per week – 30 minute session