You’ve read the descriptions for eating disorders, and you think you might have one. But instead of feeling like you are experiencing one or another, you might have more than one, or even a combination.
Professional mental health practitioners call these Co-Occuring Disorders (COD). They can make treatment more challenging, for sure, but it doesn’t mean there’s no help at all.
If you’re experiencing an eating disorder, don’t worry about the diagnosis or the name for what you’re going through. It’s enough just to get the help you need.
individuals in the United States alone will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives.
individuals with an eating disorder is male.
of individuals with eating disorders need a higher level of care in order to recover from their eating disorder.
Our personalized approach to ARFID ensures you receive first-rate treatment at the level of care that’s right for you. We understand that recovery is a journey and that each individual has unique needs. We try to make sure our patients have access to evidence-based therapies, clinical excellence and compassionate care. Our team works together to create an individualized treatment plan that meets your needs and helps you on the road to recovery.
We’ll build your care plan around best practices and proven therapies delivered with expertise, understanding, and compassion. We offer inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient, and virtual programs for children, adolescents and adults.