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If you’re searching for “eating disorder treatment near me,” you’re in the right spot. No matter where you live, The Emily Program is here to help if you’re struggling with an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED), or related mental health and body image issues.

A national leader in eating disorder treatment, we’re proud to provide convenient locations across Georgia, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington, plus virtual programming. Call us at 1-888-364-5977 for help finding local eating disorder treatment near you.

The Emily Program’s Approach to Outpatient & Residential Eating Disorder Treatment

Recognized for our compassionate, tailored, and evidence-based care model, The Emily Program offers comprehensive treatment for eating disorders that promotes lasting recovery. You are so much more than your eating disorder, and your treatment should reflect that. 

Research demonstrates the importance of a collaborative team approach for the most effective eating disorder treatment. That’s why our multidisciplinary recovery teams include seasoned therapists, dietitians, and medical professionals, all of whom support a holistic approach to treatment that addresses the entire person. We offer a full continuum of care options across our locations, ranging from structured, around-the-clock residential treatment to non-intensive outpatient services, allowing you to navigate your recovery journey with greater ease.

Our personalized, holistic treatment encompasses a variety of evidence-based interventions, such as dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and Family-Based Treatment (FBT). We also offer nutritional assessments and counseling, comprehensive medical and psychiatric support, and various integrative activities like yoga, expressive arts, gentle movement, and meditation and mindfulness practices.

The Emily Program understands the complex role food plays and the diverse eating situations that life presents. As such, we aim to provide nutrition and food-related experiences, nutrition education, assistance with meal planning, cooking, and shopping, and staff-facilitated therapeutic meals and snacks–all of which are crucial for developing a balanced, empowering, and flexible relationship with food and eating.

Additionally, we recognize the distinct barriers and food and body-related challenges facing clients from diverse backgrounds, such as BIPOC clients, gender-expansive clients, and clients in larger bodies. The Emily Program is committed to fostering a safe and inclusive environment that values all clients’ identities and lived experiences. As an inclusive healthcare organization, we strongly believe in every individual’s right to access high-quality care. We strive to create affirming, safe, culturally competent spaces that facilitate healing and hope for all.


Eating Disorders Treated at Our Multiple Locations

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses, but hope isn’t far away. Start healing close to home with The Emily Program. We offer specialized in-person and virtual treatment options across the country, with convenient locations in Georgia, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington.

Recognizing the tangled web of mental health issues that often accompany eating disorders, our treatment approach is as comprehensive as it is personalized. No matter the type of eating disorder you’re facing — or where you are on your recovery journey — we’re here for you. 

Our multidisciplinary treatment programs are specifically tailored to address each kind of eating disorder. 

  • Anorexia Nervosa: Defined by a profound fear of weight gain and a compulsion toward thinness, resulting in severe food restriction and an excessively low body weight.

  • Bulimia Nervosa: Marked by repeated cycles of bingeing (consuming large amounts of food quickly) followed by purging (such as self-induced vomiting or laxative misuse) to compensate for the binge

Beyond the primary eating disorder diagnoses, The Emily Program recognizes and addresses disordered eating patterns, such as compulsive overeating. Regardless of your particular issues with food or your body, we’re here with the compassionate support and tailored treatment you need to heal.

Get help. Find hope.