Bellevue Residential Eating Disorder Program
COVID-19 Update: Online Telehealth is now being offered through Center for Discovery as an alternate to in-person partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. Learn more about our Online Telehealth treatment program for eating disorders here.
We will continue to offer residential treatment for individuals who need a higher level of care. You can learn about all that we are doing to protect the safety and wellbeing of our patients and staff here.
Center for Discovery Bellevue, Washington is an eating disorder treatment center that caters to adult women, 18 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder. Center for Discovery Bellevue, Washington has been opened since August 2012 and the city of Bellevue is home to 145,000 people and is the third largest city in Washington. Center for Discovery Bellevue, Washington adult female eating disorder treatment center caters to the entire Pacific Northwest and Northwest United States including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arkansas, and Montana. Conveniently located just off of the intersection of I-90 and I-405. Our facility is just a short distance from the city of Seattle, downtown Issaquah, downtown Bellevue, and the Lake Washington waterfront. This eating disorder treatment facility is in small residential neighborhood just miles from Lake Sammamish.
This treatment center works to incorporate individualized care in a home like setting in a residential neighborhood and works with each female client to help her meet her recovery goals, while incorporating the “health at every size” perspective.
Approximately 20 million women in the United States have been diagnosed with eating disorders and a very small portion seek treatment, making eating disorders (specifically anorexia nervosa) the most deadliest type of mental health disorder. Center for Discovery Bellevue, Washington offers two levels of care: residential treatment and partial hospitalization.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Dialectal behavioral therapy (DBT)