Eating Disorder Treatment
For those struggling with eating disorders, finding the appropriate treatment is crucial. Considered the deadliest of all psychological disorders, eating or feeding disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and eating disorders not otherwise specified (NOS) often require intensive medical care. A NJ Eating Disorder Facility can help an individual to regain control of their life and develop positive relationships with food and their body.
Types of Treatment
During an inpatient program, individuals are hospitalized and monitored 24/7. Patients live, eat, sleep, and attend program at a single facility. An inpatient program may be considered necessary for those who have co-occurring issues, such as depression, anxiety, or substance use, or if their condition is considered very severe. It is important to speak with your insurance company before entering an inpatient program to ensure coverage.
Outpatient eating disorder programs allow individuals to attend treatment during the day and return home in the evenings. Length and frequency of treatment vary upon the individual’s level of care. Clients will often participate in group meals during an outpatient program due to the importance of healthy eating skills for recovery. Some outpatient facilities, like GenPsych, will also treat co-occurring disorders.
GenPsych’s NJ Eating Disorder Facility
The Healthy Eating and Living (HEAL) Program offers a variety of services for those struggling with eating disorders.
Our Partial Care (PC) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) programs provide group therapy, meal planning with a registered dietitian, daily supervised meals, vital sign/weight monitoring, and medication management. (Click here for more information on program times and offerings.)
Participants receive education and skills to help them decrease eating disorder behaviors, learn and apply more balanced eating, and develop healthy ways to cope with stressors.
Therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), art and music therapy, writing, and yoga. Family education and support is available.
All private insurances are accepted. Transportation can be accommodated for most NJ residents.
For more information on our Eating Disorder Programs or to request an appointment, call (855) 436-7792.