Residential Eating Disorder Treatment: A safe place to begin or continue eating disorder recovery and healing
Reasons Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Programs are situated in a beautiful, tranquil two-story homes in a residential section of Pasadena, California, San Marino, California, and Los Angeles, California. These are intimate 6-bed homes with a high staff to patient ratio and personalized treatment offering services for eating disorders in a home-like residential setting. These programs are designed to meet the needs of adult women who are struggling with eating disorders and who require a safe place to begin or continue their recovery.
Residents have ready access to highly skilled professionals (including Physicians, Psychologists, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, Registered Dietitians, Registered Nurses and nursing staff) who can provide immediate support and guidance, resulting in more “real-life” clinical information to guide our treatment.
Our programs are trauma-informed and take into account the whole person, life experiences, and hopes for the future.
Our residential eating disorder program offers 24/7 nursing care and supervision in a supportive and home-like environment to aid in the healing process by providing structure and containment delivered by compassionate staff who believe full recovery is possible. Residents are engaged in daily exposures and intensive group therapy within a peaceful and safe milieu.
Each treatment plan is personalized to the needs of the individual. We offer group activities and therapeutic interventions as well as uniquely designed practice exposures for each person to gain the confidence they need to go back into their lives and continue the work of recovery.
We have designed a program based upon a foundation of the current, best practices in eating disorder treatments for women with eating disorders and placed it in a setting and context of compassion and understanding where you are the most important member of the treatment team. We are committed to the mission that all women deserve the opportunity to recover in an environment of structure, support, and sanctuary.
Reasons Residential programs are accredited by The Joint Commission.
- Individual Therapy, three times per week
- Family Therapy, once per week
- Group Therapy, up to 6 hours per day
- Group Process
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Relapse Prevention, Coping Skills
- Self-Esteem, Trauma and Addictions
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills
- Ambivalence and Identity
- Daily Nutrition Education and Consultation, including weekly restaurant and grocery outings
- Meditation and Guided Imagery Practice
- Somatic and Creative Arts Therapies
- Yoga Therapy
- Dance Movement Therapy
- Somatic Awareness
- Drama Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Creative Writing
- Art Therapy
- Discharge & Aftercare Planning