The Emily Program Outpatient Therapy Supports Your Recovery
Our outpatient programs for adults provide weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly individual and/or group sessions as part of your personalized treatment program for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, compulsive eating, other specified feeding and eating disorders (OSFED), and related mental health and body issues, including substance use disorders. Learn how outpatient therapy can help.
Outpatient Care Strengthens Connections
We help you reconnect with your family, friends, and community. Our approach lets you continue everyday activities like work or school. Meet with us during the day or evening at one of our convenient locations in Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, or Washington. The Emily Program is here for you every step of the way.
Personalized treatment plans
Our personalized treatment approach is based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. We personalize each treatment plan, using best practices to provide:
- Individual therapy for one-on-one sessions with a therapist who specializes in eating disorders and associated health complications
- Group therapy with other adults experiencing similar issues, thoughts, and feelings
- Family therapy, if appropriate, to involve the spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, and other family in the healing process
- Nutritional rehabilitation, such as therapeutic meals and snacks, cooking classes, and recovery practice in real-world food situations
- Medical and psychiatric services, with monitoring for vitals, medication, and other follow-up care
- Chemical dependency and trauma programming
- Integrative therapies such as art, yoga, movement, and recreational therapy
Every client at The Emily Program has an individual therapist and dietitian, someone you’ll see as an inpatient or outpatient. In individual therapy, you may meet one-on-one with your therapist, dietitian, psychiatrist, and/or physician. Your care team develops a personal connection with you and your family. Our staff’s unwavering commitment to recovery strengthens this healing connection.
At The Emily Program, we believe that group therapy can be an incredibly important part of your recovery from an eating disorder, because groups provide a safe, judgment-free environment to process thoughts, emotions, and behaviors with other people in similar situations. We offer many therapeutic and skill-building groups, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Training, Eating Disorders And Chemical Dependency sessions, Adult Support, Families Supporting Families, yoga, and art therapy. Group sessions vary by location. Your individual therapist will recommend a group that might be the best fit for you.
Click on the links below to learn more about group offerings at our locations:
*Includes groups at St. Louis Park, St. Paul (multiple locations), and Woodbury
- Cleveland – 2017 Catalog - Download PDF
- Seattle – 2017 Catalog - Download PDF
- Spokane – 2017 Catalog - Download PDF
- South Sound - 2017 Catalog - Download PDF
Please speak with your individual therapist about any group opportunities that interest you. Your provider can help guide and inform you about which groups would be a good fit for where you are on your path to recovery. Your provider is also your contact to enroll in any of our outpatient groups.
Intensive outpatient therapy
Most of our locations provide group-based intervention, support, and structure three or four times per week for a few hours. Each session emphasizes recovery therapy and practice for relapse prevention skills with therapeutic meals.
Start Your Journey To Recovery Now
Ready to start your journey to recovery? Use our online form to start the eating disorder assessment process or call 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977). At The Emily Program, find help. And hope.
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Eating Disorder Facts
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Expert Medical And Psychiatric Care
Our Medical and Psychiatry Services Team has decades of experience managing the unique medical and psychiatric complications of eating disorders for all levels of care. Learn more.