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eating disorders program
If you or a loved one is one of the many people who struggle with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating disorder, you know how devastating they can be. Eating disorders can lead to severe medical complications, depression, isolation and substance abuse. Eating disorders can be fatal, if left untreated.
That is why getting the right eating disorder treatment is so important. Our eating disorder treatment center can help you or your loved one understand the cause of any self-destructive behaviors and learn healthier coping techniques to ultimately break away from an eating disorder.
Our eating disorder program provides a supportive environment for men and women, adults and adolescents to overcome their eating and related disorders. Our multi-disciplinary team of experts, which includes psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, marriage and family therapists ,registered dieticians, registered addictions specialists will help you develop an individualized treatment plan that works best for you.
The staff at Advances in Mental Health and Addictions Treatment Center eating disorders programs understands how destructive eating disorders can be to both you and your loved ones. Through individual counseling, we can help you and your family acquire the tools needed to facilitate change. Our multi-family groups and family therapy have shown to help patients restructure and maintain strong family relationships so that you receive needed support during recovery.
At Advances in Mental Health and Addictions Treatment Programs, individualized and separate eating disorder treatment is available for men and women, both adults and adolescents that include the following:
Our eating disorders programs offered are Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Program, Individual Therapy and Continuing Aftercare to ensure that you receive the individualized anorexia treatment, bulimia treatment or compulsive eating disorder treatment that works best for you.