If you or someone you love is suffering from an eating disorder such as anorexia and bulimia and you don’t know where to turn for help, a residential eating disorder treatment center can be a great place to start.
The purpose of residential eating disorder treatment centers is to provide professional, compassionate care in a safe environment. At Center for Change, we do just that. We have doctors, psychologists, and psychiatrists on site to gently help each of our patients through every stage of the healing process.
If it’s time to make a change in your life or that of a loved one, don’t hesitate any longer. Give us a call today to start on the road to recovery.
Our Treatment Center
Our residential treatment program begins with an initial evaluation to determine each patient’s physical and mental health. We then create a treatment plan tailored to each individual’s needs. Throughout treatment, we continue to assess each patient’s physical and mental health and make changes to their treatment plan as needed.
We utilize a variety of treatment methods, including group and individual therapy. Beyond our focus on physical and mental health, we also emphasize the spiritual and social well-being of each patient. Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that each patient, beyond coping, truly learns to thrive.
As each patient’s treatment begins to conclude, we provide responsibilities and additional courses to help them begin the transition back to being in control of their own life and health. We want to make sure that when our patients leave our facility, they leave ready to succeed in living a fulfilling life.
Our eating disorder residential treatment center is located in Orem, UT. Call us at 888-224-8250 or contact us via our online form to begin your journey of healing today.
Who Is a Candidate:
- Adult and adolescent female patients ages 13 years through adulthood
- Primary diagnosis of eating disorder
- Other significant co-existing mental and emotional illness
- Moderate suicide risk
- Secondary and co-occurring drug or alcohol dependence
- Seriously compromised medical or mental condition secondary to eating disorder
An assessment is required to determine this level of care. Exclusionary criteria include severe suicidal risk with suicidal intention, history of sexual aggression or sexual predatory behavior, history of and deemed high risk for aggressive or violent behavior towards others, and physical or medical condition which demands admission into a medical/surgical or ICU unit.
- Initial psychiatric examination including mental status exam
- Initial history and physical (medical exam)
- Initial psycho-social assessment
- Labs, EKG and other tests
- Stabilization of medical condition
- Stabilization of mental/emotional condition
- Medical, psychological and dietary treatment of eating disorder
- Brain and body re-nourishment
- Structures to remedy self-defeating behavior patterns
- Development of formal treatment plan, including outside treatment team coordination
- Discharge planning, disposition and aftercare initial coordination
- Coordination of discharge into appropriate level of care or aftercare
- Licensed master’s-level or PhD-level primary therapists
- Registered dietitians
- Psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners
- Medical providers
- Experiential therapists (art, yoga, RIMBA, recreation therapy)
- Care technicians
- Licensed therapist (two times per week including one family therapy session)
- Registered Dietitian (two times per week)
- Medical rounding
- Psychiatric rounding
- 24-hour nursing
- Debriefing and goal setting
- Skills group (DBT/CBT)
- Balance and awareness group
- Open process group
- Group movement therapy (yoga, RIMBA)
- Ceremonial group
- Art recreational therapy group
- Body image group
- Self-esteem group
- Community meeting
- Life skills group
- Spirituality/12-Step group
- Relapse prevention group
- Offcampus recreation therapy activities
- Supervised meals and snacks
The admission process for our residential eating disorder treatment center begins with a call to the admission team at 888-224-8250. A clinical assessment, as well as an insurance and financial review, will ensure that patients are admitted as clinically and medically appropriate and as insurance benefits and financial resources will allow.
- Levels of Care