Beverly Hills Outpatient Eating Disorder Program
Discovery begins here.
Welcome to the place where you’ll find the peace and comfort you need to get back to the you you’re meant to be.
Here, you’ll gain the strength to uncover what needs to come to light in our warm, home-like environment. Every facility is selected to be the very best match possible for your specific needs.
At Discovery, you’ll work with our highly-trained, expert staff who’ll give you the confidence and reassurance you need to succeed. Using evidence-based techniques, they’ll guide you through the entire process and help propel you to discovering a better you.
It won’t always be easy. But we will always be here for you.
Welcome to Discovery. Welcome to new beginnings.
Center For Discovery, Beverly Hills is an outpatient eating disorder treatment center that caters to both men and women of all ages who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder. The Beverly Hills IOP/PHP treatment facility is located in Los Angeles California and serves all of Southern California. It opened in July 2014 and is conveniently located in the heart of Beverly Hills on the corner of Wilshire Blvd and La Cienaga in a beautiful historical building with views of the Hollywood Hills and surrounding areas. There is free covered guest parking beneath the building as validation is provided.
Our therapists at Beverly Hills are Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) trained specializing in providing therapy to clients who have a history of trauma. The team has over 15 years of combined experience working with eating disorders and provides yoga movement therapy, psychodrama instruction and incorporates the “health at every size” philosophy all aspects of their eating disorder practice.
Partial hospitalization program (PHP) at Center For Discovery Beverly Hills is a time-limited, intensive outpatient mental health treatment center with strict criteria but more flexibility and lower costs compared to a residential mental health treatment center. Partial Hospital Programs typically include individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, medication management, nutritional counseling and meal supervision. Partial Hospital Programs typically operate three to five days a week, and hours can range anywhere from five to 12 hours per day. Individuals who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder qualify for partial hospitalization if they have a limited support structure in place, are not actively suicidal, are medically stable, portray partial motivation and cooperation to get better, and require some structure to gain weight.
Intensive outpatient treatment is a lower level of care; meaning that it does not require hospitalization, around the clock monitoring or even overnight stays. IOP is suitable for individuals who are high functioning in society and who are employed or who have a large social network who are able to maintain their sobriety on their own throughout the week. Intensive outpatient treatment requires individuals to obtain at least nine hours of group and/or individual therapy per week which is divided up into three-hour sessions three evenings to five evenings a week for 12-16 weeks duration. Individuals in IOP generally have successfully completed a more intensive program such as residential treatment (RTC) or partial hospitalization (PHP) and are transitioning to a lower level of care but are not yet ready to stop therapy completely.