Your care team
Because no two people have the same eating disorder, we personalize your treatment and assemble a care team that is best for your unique situation.
Your therapist is here with you, step by step
Your treatment team will likely consist of an individual therapist and a dietitian. Your therapist helps you learn how to address your symptoms and feelings in relation to eating and food. Therapy also aids in coping and self-growth. Your therapist is your primary contact for every step in your recovery journey. Many times a close connection develops between the therapist and client and client’s family over time.
Other care team members may also help with your journey
Individual treatment plans may call for additional healthcare professionals on the care team, such as:
- Specialty Therapist – provides integrative interventions or nontraditional care, such as yoga, art therapy or recreation therapy
- Dietitian – helps clients choose food options that lead to a healthier lifestyle and nutritional balance
- Medical Professionals – evaluate, diagnose, treat, and monitor physical ailments due to an eating disorder
- Psychiatrist – helps address other mental disorders occurring with an eating disorder, such as anxiety or depression
You’ll also have access to our client management team for assistance with insurance and other administrative questions.
Your leadership team
Comprised of nationally recognized researchers and caring therapists, the leadership team at The Emily Program ensures we provide the best care for eating disorders. Meet the team.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Emily Program is here to answer any questions you have about eating disorders and the recovery journey. We want to help. Read the FAQ now.