An Intensive Adult Inpatient
Located in the San Gabriel Valley of Greater Los Angeles in Southern California, our inpatient eating disorder treatment program at BHC Alhambra Hospital is available for those struggling with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) or other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED).
This adult eating disorder treatment program includes both acute stabilization and intensive therapeutic interventions for adults of all genders suffering from an eating disorder and co-occurring disorders such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, trauma or other psychiatric issues.
We also offer a secure treatment environment for those struggling with suicidal thoughts and intentions along with eating disorder symptoms.
Our eating disorder treatment approach focuses on high-quality treatment supported by current evidence, and the integration of clinical wisdom and experiential healing therapies. During treatment, you will be surrounded by compassionate clinicians who care deeply about your journey to recovery. We commit to a steadfast focus on your well-being and we firmly believe you are capable of achieving full recovery.
Our adult inpatient treatment program is housed in a dedicated, comfortable unit of our hospital where we provide structured and compassionate treatment from a multidisciplinary eating disorder treatment team. Our program focuses on addressing the individual’s medical, emotional, spiritual, psychological and nutritional needs. For those who require 24-hour eating disorder care and supervision, we offer around-the-clock nursing care and daily visits with a psychiatrist in addition to individual, group, and family therapy and nutrition counseling.
Our clinical team works with each patient and family to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the unique needs of the individual and promotes emotional, behavioral and physiological re-regulation and stabilization. Our medical and nursing staff monitor vital signs, laboratory test results, effects of malnourishment, and eating disorder behaviors. Our team is dedicated to providing a comprehensive treatment plan to address physical and emotional health, behaviors, and underlying contributing issues.
We also offer a dedicated eating disorder case manager who will work with insurance and provide a well-coordinated discharge plan to support recovery. Often, patients can step down to our residential program after inpatient care. If you were referred by another residential program, we will coordinate your return with them after completing our inpatient program.
While treatment at our eating disorder facility varies by individual, you can expect that your individualized treatment plan will include some, if not all, of these elements:
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy and education
- Nutrition therapy and dietary support
- Daily psychiatric consultation
- 24/7 nursing support and monitoring
- Group therapy, including groups such as:
- Group process
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Relapse prevention and coping skills
- Trauma resiliency
- Interpersonal and communication skills
- Ambivalence and identity
- Self-compassion and shame resilience
- Daily deep breathing and mindfulness practice
- Somatic and creative arts therapies (such as yoga, dance, art, creative writing, etc.)
- Discharge & aftercare planning
Our eating disorder treatment center provides a program that offers treatment for eating disorder symptoms as well as underlying psychological factors. If you have a co-occurring mood disorder, anxiety, substance use disorder, or trauma, contact us to learn more about how we can help.
We Hold Hope for Your Recovery
Eating disorder recovery is not always easy, but it is possible. Let us support you in discovering not only the reasons for your eating disorder but the reasons for your recovery. To schedule a no-cost clinical consultation or for more information, please call 844-573-2766 or our online contact form. In case of a medical emergency or crisis, please call 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.