Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center has helped thousands of women seeking recovery from eating disorders, substance abuse, trauma / PTSD and cooccurring disorders. Compassionate experts in eating disorder treatment, alcoholism recovery, and drug addiction rehab help each resident to strengthen herself from within. A tranquil, 43-acre residential campus inspires each woman and support her individual needs for dual diagnosis residential treatment, Christian therapy, holistic treatment after inpatient hospital care, or step-down to sober living centers across the U.S. Video Rating: / 5
Jennifer has been eating mattresses for the last 20 years, and has consumed over 8 mattresses since her addiction began. She finally visits a doctor to find out what damage her strange eating habit has caused.
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Eating Recovery Center’s Inpatient Program caters to those who are critically ill and have medical instabilities. These serious eating disorders are complex and require a team of internal medicine doctors and nurses providing 24 hour care to ensure a lack of physical complications.
This allows for individualized patient treatment on a physical level. ERC’s on staff physicians and psychologists are able to share their expertise to give the most up to date and specialized care possible.
To learn more about the Inpatient Program and other levels of care available at ERC visit www.eatingrecoverycenter.com
If you or anyone you know is struggling with an eating disorder call (877) 789-5758 to speak confidentially with a Master’s-level clinician.
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Welcome to the Binge Eating Treatment & Recovery Program at Eating Recovery Center.
The Binge Eating Treatment and Recovery Program offers a strategic plan for patients who suffer from binge eating disorder and related diagnosis. We handle complex cases while being mindful of past trauma, coexisting mood, and anxiety conditions and associated medical comorbidities.
With every step of recovery you will have support from compassionate staff members who specialize in binge eating disorder and the associated medical and psychiatric comorbidities.
The environment is intended for people of every shape and size. Designed for comfort and accessibility we provide the right medical equipment for every need. Integrating you into a specialized social environment we invite you to participate in groups consisting of peers who understand exactly what you are going through and who share the same struggles.
We strengthen and implement real life skills through exposure and response prevention. With emphasis on skill acquisition we prepare you for life after our program in hopes that you will maintain your treatment gains.
Successful treatment is attained through individualized care. You will have your own meal plan, movement plan, exposure and response prevention plans, and treatment goals specific for your needs.
If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder or a mood and anxiety disorder please call us at 877-736-2140 or visit our website at https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/ Video Rating: / 5
Watch more How to Recognize & Treat Eating Disorders videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/507621-Eating-Disorder-Rehab-FAQs-Eating-Disorders
So if you’re looking for rehab for disorders, the first thing worth mentioning is you might find that not all disorder treatment centers call themselves rehab. Although some might, rehab is a term that we here used a lot that the addiction world uses to call their types of treatment centers, but there a lot of the structured treatment programs for eating disorders that are out there that provide good treatment.
What they generally consist of is a multidisciplinary treatment approach. So you may actually find a rehab center for eating disorders will be either working on an outpatient, or an inpatient basis, or a residential basis, but in any of those formats you’ll find that there are many different types of professionals that will be a part of your treatment and will work as a treatment team. So that will consist of someone like a psychologist or a psychiatrist that can offer you individual therapy. It may consist of a social worker that can work with your family or another type of family therapist that may consist of someone who can offer you medications. It may consist of other types of mental health professionals as well. Theses types of eating disorder treatment programs will offer really a range throughout the day of different types of group treatment in addition to individual treatment. So that you may have individual therapy groups, you may have nutrition groups to help advise you on different types of nutritional strategies for coping with your eating problems, and there are structured meals throughout the days in these centers, so breakfast, lunch, and dinner are supervised with staff; and with opportunities afterwards for processing the types of emotions that come up during these meals, as well as supervision for any types of eating problems like purging that may come up after meal time.
Inpatient and residential treatment centers are places that you stay overnight. You may come in and stay for a month, especially for anorexia nervosa, you may come in and stay two or three months or longer, depending on how long it takes to reach a place of medical health and full weight restoration.
So that will give you a little bit of a flavor of what eating disorders treatment centers or eating disorders rehabilitation centers will look like. It can feel like a big commitment to think about the process of entering into treatment in one of these centers, but often if you can just take the first step of getting yourself in the door there’s a lot that the treatment center can do to explain how their programs work and make the process of enter treatment as comfortable for you as possible. Video Rating: / 5
HI GUYS! In today’s video…girl. I share some of my worst memories from being in treatment for my eating disorder. I did not know how a video like this would be received, so I definitely held back on some of the stories I hope to share one day (let me know if you want to see a part two!)
Obviously, this video could have been a bit more dark if I had chosen to talk about the more serious things I had gone through in treatment (coming to terms with your body & disorder, gaining weight, learning new coping mechanisms that do not involve restricting, etc…) but what fun would that be?! I chose to share memories & stories that are not really “linked” to my eating disorder, in hopes of this being a lighter & funner (?) video! Now that that’s out of the way…. I HOPE YOU ENJOY THE VIDEO! I really need to stop talking so much
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From how her eating disorder was affecting her life to how residential treatment helped her, an alumnus of Center for Discovery shares her story. She talks about her feelings about food, how her eating disorder affected her life, her experience in residential treatment, and how she has learned to be happy and healthy. Center for Discovery is a residential treatment center that helps teens and adolescents with eating disorders in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Southern California.
Learn More at http://www.centerfordiscovery.com or call 866-482-3876
Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Center Alexandria, VA
◆ what a typical day in treatment looks like: 0:38
◆ what meals are like: 1:18
◆ all about exercise: 2:31
◆ what the other residents are like- are they triggering?: 3:08
◆ how much freedom do you have?: 4:25
◆ how are the staff?: 4:35
◆ transitioning home: 5:19
◆ best & worst things about going to treatment: 6:05
◆ allergies & dietary restrictions (vegan, vegetarian, etc): 6:56
◆ weight restoration: 8:24
◆ is it all girls at treatment?: 9:37
◆ overall treatment experience- is it helpful?: 10:06
the last video I filmed with Akayla (recovery tips): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl6kh7x5igo
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→ Online Counselling and Support: http://www.7cups.com/
→ Recovery Warriors: https://www.recoverywarriors.com/
→ Let’s Recover Tumblr (aboslutely love this blog): http://letsrecover.tumblr.com/texts and recommend reading this post → http://letsrecover.tumblr.com/post/80466146533/recovery-levels
→ 101 self care ideas: http://anniewrightpsychotherapy.com/2016/03/101-suggestions-for-taking-care-of-yourself-when-it-all-feels-like-too-much/
→ Mental health apps for your phone: http://fyoured.com/post/116981280939
→ Online recovery support chat: http://chat.lookingglassbc.com/
→ GREAT recovery blog for when you’re feeling down: http://fyoured.com/
→ How to Stop Bingeing (I have done this workbook and love it): http://brainoverbinge.com/
(let me know if you have any helpful websites or resources to add to this list. These are some of the ones I personally use.)
→ Adult ED website: http://www.youreatopia.com/#/library/
(this has a lot of the science behind EDs on it, if you’re interested in that)
DISCLAIMER: I am not a psychologist and have no professional training. The advice and tips I give I have learned from personal experience and the experiences of those around me. Not everything will work, apply to, or be right for every one struggling, so make sure to critically think about whether what I suggest will further your recovery and be beneficial to your overall wellbeing.
If you are having suicidal thoughts or in an emergency or crisis, make sure you reach out IMMEDIATELY to your local support team and call 911, go to the nearest emergency room or follow the emergency instructions provided by your doctor, mental health professional or care team. Video Rating: / 5