Adult Residential Eating Disorder Treatment
Reasons Eating Disorder Center’s adult residential treatment programs are located in intimate six-bed homes with a high staff to patient ratio, 24-hour nursing, and personalized treatment for each individual in our care. At our residential eating disorder treatment center, we treat those seeking eating disorder recovery as well as those with co-occurring anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, substance use disorders, and other psychiatric concerns.
Our residential programs offer gender-affirming care for adults who require a secure place to begin or continue their eating disorder treatment. Patients can directly admit into this level of care, step down from an inpatient program, or step up from a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program.
Within our eating disorder residential treatment center, we provide intensive group therapy and daily exposures to real-life situations in a peaceful, secure, home-like setting. This supportive treatment environment helps patients achieve lasting recovery. Our programming balances a consistent structure with an exploration of factors maintaining the eating disorder, real-life challenges and practice of recovery skills.
Our treatment philosophy emphasizes thorough assessments, exposure and response prevention, a focus on wholeness and integration, specialized care for anxiety and mood disorders, the importance of relationships, and successfully completing challenges for sustained recovery.
Reasons Eating Disorder Center has residential settings for all-genders, as well as gender-specific options for females and trans-feminine individuals.
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
FEAR IS NORMAL
Seeking treatment for an eating disorder takes a tremendous amount of courage. We understand that this is a challenging process for you and your loved ones. Perhaps you have been living with your eating disorder for many years and are wondering if recovery is possible for you. Maybe this feels very new, and you’re not sure what to expect from treatment.
The entire staff at our residential eating disorder clinic believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to recover in an environment of structure, support, and sanctuary. If you’re suffering from bulimia, binge eating disorder, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED) or anorexia, residential treatment could be a healthy next step for your recovery.
When seeking eating disorder treatment, fear, confusion and ambivalence are very normal feelings. We understand these feelings and have hope for your recovery, no matter how long you have been suffering. We offer a program based on an understanding of eating disorders as disorders of fear, shame, and disconnection. Through treatment, we encourage you to discover your inner courage, self-compassion, and a deeper connection with yourself and others.
Eating disorder recovery is possible.
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.