Eating Disorder Treatment Centers
Innovative Eating Disorder Program
Offering all levels of care and therapeutic approaches.
A personalized eating disorder recovery
Eating disorders are very serious and complex psychological diseases that cause grave social, emotional and physical harm when left untreated. It’s important that men, women, and teens living with different types of eating disorders seek early diagnosis and treatment to avoid severe health complications later on. Fortunately, treatment for eating disorders is possible and help is available for effective recovery from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorders, and eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS). Seeking professional treatment for eating disorders can be scary, but it is the most powerful way to achieve real, long-term recovery. It will be the most rewarding and life-changing journey of your life. You’re deserving of a life full of happiness and self-worth.
A personalized approach to eating disorder treatment.
We accept individuals of all ages, genders, and stages of eating disorders, treating them with respect, compassion and mutual trust at our eating disorder rehab. Our caring clinicians will get to know you as a person and develop an individualized eating disorder recovery plan based on your needs. We treat the following conditions and address any underlying issues that may have contributed to the development of an eating disorder:
All levels of care for eating disorders.
Rosewood’s treatment center for eating disorders provides a comprehensive continuum of care, including a licensed inpatient facility with 24-hour medical supervision to stabilize and treat the most severe eating disorder cases.
- Inpatient Treatment
- Residential Treatment
- Extended Day Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Transitional Living
Specialized treatment for co-occurring disorders.
Eating disorders sometimes present themselves with existing mental health or behavioral health conditions like depression, anxiety, addiction, substance abuse, trauma or self-harm. For conditions that coexist alongside eating disorders, our multidisciplinary team at our eating disorder treatment facilities diagnoses and treats patients suffering from trauma, addiction and other psychiatric issues, including those who require medical detox.
Holistic eating disorder treatment
Healing the mind, body, and spirit.
Because eating disorders are so complex and oftentimes exist alongside co-occurring disorders, they require tailored programs to effectively treat all aspects of the self—the body, mind, and spirit. Treatment for eating disorders involve psychological counseling, psychotherapy, medical care, nutritional therapy, and relapse prevention for comprehensive recovery that lasts. In addition to providing outstanding medical attention and therapy for eating disorder treatment, Rosewood's eating disorder center proudly offers many holistic treatment therapies such as yoga, meditation, art therapy, equine therapy, life skills training, and more. Each individualized eating disorder program is provided by an expert multidisciplinary team including a psychiatrist, physician, registered dietician, nursing staff, and a master’s level eating disorder therapist.
Lifelong recovery & support
We'll be there for you, even after treatment ends.
Our patients benefit from genuine fellowship and connectedness, where they can communicate in a safe environment. With ongoing encouragement during their eating disorder recovery, we help our alumni sustain their health and recovery through aftercare, support groups, a yearly reunion and a variety of other activities.More Inspirational Stories
We Are In-Network with Most Insurance Plans
Preferred Provider with: Aetna, Cigna, Optum, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Beacon Health Options, First Health Network, Magellan, MultiPlan, Kaiser, United Healthcare and more.
These are just some of the insurance providers we work with.
Contact us at (928) 668-0906 to verify your coverage and learn more about your eating disorder treatment options.