Eating Disorders Treatment Should Include Family
Whenever a teen has an eating disorder there is always going to be some way in which it affects the family. For this reason and because the family is the teen’s primary place of support, eating disorders treatment should always include the family. Family therapy will help the family as well as the teen learn relationship and communication skills that will be invaluable in helping the teen have the support they need to be successful.
In addition to this, professionals will help the family learn how to help their teen deal with eating behaviors once they leave the center and are back at home. These tools will help both the teen and the family members feel confident in being able to deal with the eating disorder and help support the teen in their long term recovery. At Center for Discovery we are committed to helping the teen and their family to be successful in their battle with eating disorders, treatment we offer is focused on this goal.
Always Remember Rule # 1: Recovery is Possible
If you find yourself or a loved one struggling with your recovery, Center for Discovery can help. We’ve been guiding families to long-lasting healing and recovery for nearly 20 years. Call us now at 800.760.3934 and speak to one of our highly trained admission specialists today. Or click on the link below for a FREE assessment or a virtual tour. All calls are completely FREE and strictly confidential.
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Our certified, accredited, and personalized behavior modification programs are tailored to fit the needs of each family. Center for Discovery provides integrated multi-faceted care options that range from residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, to partial hospitalization for adults, adolescents, and teens that suffer from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and other forms of eating disorders, as well as depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, self-harm behaviors, gender identity, oppositional defiant disorder, and most major mental health disorders.