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Aftercare planning begins as soon as residents are admitted to any of our programs. Our treatment team works together to evaluate ongoing needs and to prepare residents for their return home. Our residents discover the power within themselves. They take an active role in planning their aftercare and establishing a support system for their continued recovery.
To further prepare themselves, residents participate in weekly relapse prevention sessions. During these sessions, they learn strategies to cope with the inevitable struggles that they will experience on their journey through recovery.
Our continuing care coordinator works individually with each residents to provide them with the resources they need before leaving one of our programs. Our alumni coordinator will contact each resident numerous times within the first year after treatment to ensure they are staying on track with their recovery. If additional resources are needed, our team of staff members is simply a phone call away.
By Maia Szalavitz Tuesday, October 5, 2010
While the stereo-typical eating disorder sufferer is a female,a recent Harvard University study revealed that more men suffer from eating disorders than had previously been thought. Out of 3,000 people diagnosed with anorexia and bulimia, 25 percentwere male. The research also indicatedthat binge eating is the most prevalenteating disorder andthat up to 40% of binge eaters are male.
Rosewood provides treatment for men and women at all their locations.