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Del Mar, CA

Del Mar Outpatient Eating Disorder Program

CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
11455 El Camino Real, Suite 360
San Diego, CA 92130
PH 866.482.3876
M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm

PROGRAM FEATURES
Intensive Outpatient
Partial Hospitalization
All Genders
All Ages

GET IN TOUCH CALL 866.482.3876

GET HELP

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.

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Center for Discovery Del Mar is an eating disorder outpatient treatment center that treats men and women of all ages, including a specialized program for Binge Eating Disorder. The Del Mar treatment center is located in North County San Diego, near Del Mar and La Jolla and is centrally located by major freeways, beaches, community colleges, universities and tourist landmarks. This eating disorder treatment center opened in January 2016 and offers trauma-informed yoga, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and art therapy. Treatment modalities we offer include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

In addition to receiving evidence-based therapies, clients all have the opportunity to put “joyful” back into movement through yoga and other activities. Discovery’s specialized Binge Eating Disorder (BED) program, Path to Peace, is also offered at this location.

Insurances we accept include but are not limited to Aetna/Shaller Anderson/GHC/First Health/Auto/WorkersComp, Beacon Health Options (Value Options)- GHI & MVP incl., Humana (Life Sync), Multi-Plan, and OPTUM BH (PBH, UHC, UBH). For free insurance verification, click here.

Staff members at this facility are grounded in body image and personal identity work. Members of the treatment team have unique experience in all levels of care, aiding the support for clients in getting them into the appropriate level of care.  Center for Discovery Del Mar has consistently participated in the San Diego NEDA Walk, where they have placed as the Top Fundraising team in San Diego among all treatment centers and organizations. 

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Emily Walkley, MA, LMFT, APCC

Emily Walkley, MA, LMFT, APCC

PROGRAM DIRECTOR/ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Emily Walkley is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who has been working in the eating disorder field since 2012. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology from New York University, as well as two Master of Arts degrees from Pepperdine University (General Psychology and Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy). Emily began her training in the treatment of eating disorders working as a recovery coach in a residential facility for adolescent and adult women. Since then, she has held many positions in both residential and day treatment facilities working with a diverse population of men and women of all ages. Over the years, she has gained experience in treatment planning and client advocacy, as well as providing individual and group therapy to clients and families in all stages of the recovery process.

In addition to her training in family systems and cognitive behavioral modalities, Emily is truly a humanist at heart, placing a great deal of value on personal experience and working to aid clients in freeing themselves from limitations and understanding authentic life goals. She likes to take an integrative, solution-focused approach to therapy, building on clients’ unique strengths, circumstances, and resources to implement changes to reach preferred futures. Emily’s warm and humorous, yet straightforward, nature provides a safe space for clients to challenge their eating disorders and strengthen their healthy selves.

In addition to her role as Program Director of the Del Mar Outpatient facility, Emily also serves as Executive Director in the San Diego region, supporting the residential facilities in La Jolla and Del Mar.

Susan Zelenak, RD

Susan Zelenak, RD

ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Susan Zelenak is a Registered Dietitian who obtained her Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition from San Diego State University. She then went on to complete her Dietetic internship through Utah State University and is currently completing her Master’s degree from Utah State with an emphasis on Dietetic Management. Susan has worked with adolescent and adult clients in Residential and outpatient settings since 2017. Susan takes pride in creating a space for individualized care centered on Intuitive Eating principles and being aligned with Health at Every Size® approach. Susan is currently obtaining her CEDRD certification and is the Secretary on the board of IAEDP, San Diego chapter.

Sara Burris

Sara Burris

FACILITY COORDINATOR

Sara Burris has a passion for health and wellness which is what brought her to Center for Discovery. Sara began her journey with Discovery in one of Connecticut’s eating disorder adolescent residential programs. She started as a diet technician while enrolled in Gateway Community College’s Nutrition & Dietetics program. She then joined the team at the outpatient facility in New Haven, Connecticut to further her career as a Facility Coordinator. After two years with Center for Discovery, Sara made the big move cross country to continue her journey in the Facility Coordinator role with the Del Mar team. Sara will continue to pursue her education in California with a focus on health and wellness, utilizing a focus on naturopathic medicine. Her long-term goal is to enroll in naturopathic medical school and continue to assist clients towards their recovery.

As the Facility Coordinator, Sara handles daily operations including administrative duties, research, clinical documentation, and customer service. Sara continues to strive to keep the clients and staff safe while keeping the facility a place they can call home.

Cyndi Pulsinelli, LMFT

Cyndi Pulsinelli, LMFT

REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF ED OUTPATIENT SERVICES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Cyndi Pulsinelli obtained her Masters in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University in San Diego, California. She also holds undergraduate degrees in Communication Studies and Psychology with a minor in Civic Leadership. She is a passionate clinician who believes in helping individuals and families acknowledge their authenticity while finding balance in the family system.

She practices using evidence based treatment modalities including DBT and CBT, while cultivating hope through a strengths-based approach. She has experience working with a broad range of issues including eating disorders, grief and loss, mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse, family struggles, PTSD, and crisis intervention.

Cyndi has worked at Discovery’s residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient centers in Del Mar, Newport Beach, and La Jolla; where she worked as primary therapist and support staff. She provided individual, family, and group psychotherapy to adolescents and adults with eating disorders and dual diagnosis. During her graduate studies, she worked for San Diego Hospice as a bereavement counselor, providing psychotherapy to individuals and families through their bereavement journeys. While also working for the San Diego Police Department as a Crisis Interventionist for several years, offering psychological first-aid to victims and witnesses who have experienced trauma. Cyndi currently serves as a volunteer Chaplin for the Office of Emergency Services of San Diego County, providing counseling services to first-responders and victims in emergency situations.

Christine Capuano, MA, APCC

Christine Capuano, MA, APCC

NEUROCENTER LEAD

Christine Capuano is an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor and currently nearing the completion of supervised clinical hours for her LPCC. She received a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Communication Studies at Chapman University. Initially passionate about forensic and criminal psychology, she participated in research on the testimonial accuracy of child witnesses. She received a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of San Diego and shifted focus from forensics to eating disorders once hired with Discovery. While attending USD, she helped create an assessment tool to screen for eating disorder relapse during pregnancy.

Christine has been part of the Discovery team since the opening of Del Mar’s Residential Treatment Center in November 2014, where she began working as a counselor. She completed her practicum traineeship at Del Mar RTC, during which she piloted a program on individual DBT skill training. She utilizes narrative, felt a sense, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy to help clients work toward repairing the brain-body connection that can become disrupted when struggling with an eating disorder. She plans to start EMDR training by summer 2019. Outside of work, she enjoys singing and playing the piano.

Britt Beswick, MA, LMFT

Britt Beswick, MA, LMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Britt Beswick is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. Britt received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and then obtained her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Diego, California.

Britt’s therapeutic approach is compassionate, empathetic, and nonjudgmental so as to create a safe space where clients can collaborate to meet their goals. Britt believes that all clients have unique strengths and are capable of creating meaningful change in their lives. She enjoys helping clients access these strengths while improving their relationship with food, body, and mind through identifying and connecting with values, learning healthy coping skills, and improving communication.

Britt uses evidence-based practices from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) in her work with individuals and groups. Britt’s background includes working with both adolescents and adults struggling with severe mental illness and substance abuse. In addition to her work at CFD, Britt has worked at a non-profit residential treatment facility specializing in treating adolescents with diverse mental and behavioral issues. She also has extensive experience working to stabilize clients in a psychiatric hospital setting where she collaborated with clients and their families to develop discharge plans in support of client’s improved mental health and recovery.

Emily Kron, MA, LMFT

Emily Kron, MA, LMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Emily Kron is a Primary Therapist at Center for Discovery Del Mar Outpatient treating adolescents, adults, and families impacted by eating disorders and co-occurring disorders, including mental health, trauma and substance abuse. Emily has worked at CFD for two years and previously worked as a Primary Therapist at CFD La Jolla Residential. Emily is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who earned her Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Loyola University Chicago and her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of San Diego. Her clinical theory of practice is a client-centered approach within the framework of Family Systems and Narrative Therapy. She is interested in how one’s experience with attachments, relationships, and narratives can be used in the healing process. Emily practices using evidence-based treatment modalities including DBT and CBT, while cultivating hope and resilience through a strengths-based approach. She has experience working with a broad range of issues including eating disorders, grief and loss, mood and anxiety disorders, family conflict, attachment issues, developmental disorders, trauma, co-occurring disorders, gender identity issues, and crisis intervention. Emily previously worked in a DBT private practice setting treating couples, families, and individuals. During her graduate studies, she worked as a therapist at UCSD Eating Disorders Center, providing psychotherapy to adolescents struggling with eating disorders and their families. Emily has previously worked with special needs and developmental disorders in a school setting as well as high-risk youth in a residential foster care setting.

Liz Hardeman-Fikes, MA, AMFT

Liz Hardeman-Fikes, MA, AMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Elizabeth Hardeman-Fikes is an Associate Marriage & Family Therapist who has been working in the eating disorder field for the past several years. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Westmont College, and graduated with her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego. 

 

Elizabeth has experience working with adolescents and adults, and has received specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and family systems modalities. In addition to her work with eating disorders, Elizabeth has experience treating individuals with a variety of diagnoses, including anxiety, OCD, major depressive disorder, and ADHD. Elizabeth is passionate about using a strength-based and client-centered approach. Outside of work, she enjoys playing guitar and spending time outdoors.

Tiffany Mei Haug, MS, RD

Tiffany Mei Haug, MS, RD

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Tiffany Mei Pecoraro (Haug), MS, RD is a Masters-level dietitian specialized in treating eating disorders. Tiffany completed her Masters of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Northern Illinois University, where she also completed her dietetic internship. Prior to this, she earned her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Food Systems from The University of Southern Mississippi. Throughout her career and dietetic internship, Tiffany has worked at all levels of eating disorder care and has always had a passion of working with clients who struggle with eating disorders and supporting them in their journeys towards achieving greater food freedom, so that they can live their lives to the absolute fullest.

Tiffany’s nutritional philosophy is strongly rooted in Health At Every Size (HAES) and the intuitive eating model. Her expertise includes providing nutrition counseling and guidance to clients and supporting them in their journey towards a more intuitive, trusting relationship with food and their bodies. Tiffany has spoken at both state and national levels on topics related to eating disorders and helping clients to achieve greater peace and freedom in their relationships with food. Tiffany served as the past Education Chair for the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) San Diego Chapter from 2017-2019.

Tiffany spent the first 16 years of her life in Japan and is fluent in Japanese. She has also lived in Thailand and the Philippines as well as 5 different US states within the past 10 years. Out of the many places, she has lived, San Diego is by far her favorite. Her favorite cuisines are Japanese and Thai food, and in her free time, she can usually be found exploring a new restaurant or checking out scenic hiking trails.

Sandra Banjoko, MA, MPH, AMFT

Sandra Banjoko, MA, MPH, AMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Sandra Banjoko is a primary therapist at the Center for Discovery Del Mar outpatient treatment center, treating adolescents, adults, systems, and families impacted by eating disorders, mental health, and substance abuse. Sandra is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist with a Masters in Marital and Family Therapy from Loma Linda University. Sandra is also a Registered Dietitian and has earned an Associate in Culinary Arts, Bachelors in Culinary Nutrition from Johnson & Wales University, and a Masters in Public Health from Loma Linda University.

 

Her clinical theory of practice is Medical Family Therapy (MFT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) based with emphasis on a systematic and client-focused approach with an experiential lens. Her previous experience includes working with mental health and nutrition in many countries. Sandra has also worked in health clinics, agencies and hospitals serving populations from 6 years old to 90 years old, working with child abuse, crisis, domestic violence, trauma, grief and loss, post-partum, human sexuality and cultural issues.

 

Jenna Richter, RD

Jenna Richter, RD

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Jenna Richter is a Registered Dietitian that has gained experience in several areas of nutrition, however eating disorder recovery and mental health have become true passions of hers. Jenna received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics from California State University Northridge. She then completed her medical nutrition therapy-focused dietetic internship through Iowa State University and is now expecting to finish her Master’s of Dietetic Practice in May 2020.

 

Jenna’s career in nutrition began in the acute care setting, but in 2018 Jenna began working in substance use rehabilitation, where she worked closely with clients who required concurrent eating disorder support. Jenna’s nutritional outlook aligns with the Health at Every Size (HAES) framework, and intuitive eating modality. Jenna aims to equip her clients with individualized tools needed for their success by utilizing a mindfulness-based approach to nutrition counseling and education. Jenna’s next goal is to become a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian. Outside of work, Jenna enjoys experimenting with new recipes, travel, and practicing yoga.

Maria Wilson, MA, LMFT

Maria Wilson, MA, LMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Maria Wilson is a licensed primary therapist at Center for Discovery – Del Mar Outpatient, treating adolescents, adults, and families impacted by eating disorders, mental health and trauma. Maria earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at San Francisco State University, and her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley. Her clinical theory of practice is a client-centered approach within the framework of Narrative therapy and Attachment therapy, which provide clients with the opportunity to rewrite their life story, and to strengthen their relationships with loved ones and most importantly the relationship to themselves. During her graduate studies, Maria has previously worked in a school- based system working with children and their families for two years as a floor counselor, providing psychotherapy to young children and families suffering from a variety of mental health issues. Maria has also had experience working in a community setting for one year as a therapist working with adults suffering from a variety of issues such as suicidality, eating disorders, low self-esteem, transitional hardships, and significant loss. Maria has experience working with a number of mental health issues such as eating disorders, mood disorders, trauma, grief and loss, family and relationships problems, and crisis interventions. She has worked with Center for Discovery as a counselor and therapist at the residential level of care for several years, and is now enjoying her time working for an outpatient facility, along with a multidisciplinary team in order to provide clients and their families with the best continued care. 

 

Sherry Pinneo, MS, RD

Sherry Pinneo, MS, RD

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Sherry Pinneo is a registered dietitian who recently received her Masters from San Diego State University in Nutritional Sciences and Exercise Physiology. She has previously worked in clinical nutrition for the past 2 ½ years at various acute care hospitals and long-term care facilities. Before that, she completed her dietetic internship at Cal Poly Pomona and earned her Bachelor of Science in Foods and Nutrition. Sherry has worked with adolescents and adults with eating disorders in the Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient levels of care. She also has experience working with collegiate and professional athletes helping them with their performance nutrition and fueling for their sport. Sherry is excited to grow in the field of dietetics and loves getting to be able to spread the word of nutrition.

Gabi Tinsley, BS

Gabi Tinsley, BS

DIET TECH

Gabi Tinsley earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nutrition from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo. During her time there, Gabi worked as a dietary aide at Sierra Vista Hospital where she gained foodservice experience in a clinical setting. Gabi also was a lead coordinator for CalFresh Outreach, an on-campus group dedicated to reducing food insecurity and increasing its awareness on college campuses. 

Currently, Gabi is the lead diet technician at Del Mar Outpatient. She has also expanded her experience serving the eating disorder community by working as a diet tech at La Jolla and Del Mar residential facilities. From her time at both levels of care, Gabi has developed a deeper understanding of the intricate interplay of the physiological, psychological and social implications of eating disorders. In the future, Gabi aims to earn her registered dietitian nutritionist license and further integrate herself into the field of dietetics to promote health and wellness across all walks of life.  Outside of work, Gabi loves reading, yoga, going to the beach and spending time with her family and friends.

Support Group

Thursdays @ 7-8pm — Support in Recovery (SIR)
When: Jun 11, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://centerfordiscovery.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArcuCprzIiHNVix-M1ZwQ1uEOrjqRrbXgX

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Thursdays @ 7-8pm — Family/Friends Support Group
When: Jun 11, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://centerfordiscovery.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtcOCgrz4uHNORNjiCeMA479RiiVP2nQQe

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

DEL MAR OUTPATIENT 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.

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Center for Discovery Del Mar is an eating disorder outpatient treatment center that treats men and women of all ages, including a specialized program for Binge Eating Disorder. The Del Mar treatment center is located in North County San Diego, near Del Mar and La Jolla and is centrally located by major freeways, beaches, community colleges, universities and tourist landmarks. This eating disorder treatment center opened in January 2016 and offers trauma-informed yoga, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and art therapy.

In addition to receiving evidence-based therapies, clients all have the opportunity to put “joyful” back into movement through yoga and other activities. Discovery’s specialized Binge Eating Disorder (BED) program, Path to Peace, is also offered at this location. Treatment modalities we offer include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).

Insurances we accept include but are not limited to Aetna/Shaller Anderson/GHC/First Health/Auto/WorkersComp, Beacon Health Options (Value Options)- GHI & MVP incl., Humana (Life Sync), Multi-Plan, and OPTUM BH (PBH, UHC, UBH). For free insurance verification, click here.

Staff members at this facility are grounded in body image and personal identity work. Members of the treatment team have unique experience in all levels of care, aiding the support for clients in getting them into the appropriate level of care.  Center for Discovery Del Mar has consistently participated in the San Diego NEDA Walk, where they have placed as the Top Fundraising team in San Diego among all treatment centers and organizations. 

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Support Group

Thursdays @ 7-8pm — Support in Recovery (SIR)
When: Jun 11, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://centerfordiscovery.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArcuCprzIiHNVix-M1ZwQ1uEOrjqRrbXgX
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Thursdays @ 7-8pm — Family/Friends Support Group
When: Jun 11, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://centerfordiscovery.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtcOCgrz4uHNORNjiCeMA479RiiVP2nQQe
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

GET IN TOUCH / CALL 866.482.3876

CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
11455 El Camino Real, Suite 360
San Diego, CA 92130
PH 866.482.3876
M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm

PROGRAM FEATURES
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Partial Hospitalization
All Genders
All Ages

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  • I was sent to [Center for Discovery], an all women's eating disorder treatment facility, and I was terrified to go. I was told I would be there for a month and would return home after that. I ended staying there for almost 3 months, and I can honestly say I am beyond thankful for my time there. I learned so much and they helped me find myself and get over my traumas and learn to cope with issues that I was having. All the staff was super helpful and had my best interest at heart. I may have not liked all of them, but I knew they wanted what was best for me. Even after my insurance run out, the therapist I was working with arranged for me to go to another center to continue my treatment because I was not ready to come home. I highly recommend getting help with Center for Discovery. They truly care!
    Rebecca S
    Alumni
  • I was at [Center for Discovery] for 6 weeks. I'm from Ohio and being so far away from home was hard. The staff made me feel super comfortable and cared for, making my stay much more manageable. The program was very individualized. They worked hard to make sure my specific needs were met and that my specific behaviors were addressed. This is a top notch facility with incredibly caring staff. Not only were the house staff wonderful, but everyone from admissions to the medical director worked hard to make sure I knew what was going on. This is a wonderful company who are true to what they say. They gave me my life back. I'm someone who has been in and out of treatment for my eating disorder and this program was by far the best. I feel so optimistic about my future. The progress I made there was life changing and I will be forever grateful. I recommend this program to anyone who is serious, willing, and ready to get better.
    Natalie F
    Alumni
  • I was surprised by my parents with the option of going to get help for my eating disorder and overall unhealthy lifestyle. I so badly wanted to get help, but was too ashamed. After talking to my mom I agreed to at least talk to someone from Center for Discoveryabout what program I would be in and what it would be like. The gal was super helpful, kind, and did not make me feel like I was the only person who suffered from what I did. She was very patient with me and overall helped out our family with the process of insurance and costs and what not. As for the actual facility I stayed at, it was a great experience.
    Rebecca S
    Alumni
  • We had our son in an acute care hospital and the social worker recommended the Center for Discovery. Before our son was discharged, my wife and I met with the staff and toured the facility. We were impressed by the staff and how the program was structured. Our son was there 6 weeks. It was a game changer and now we feel our son left with a good base of skills that he has continued to use. We now feel our son can leave a normal type life and not have to worry that he may need to live in a group home setting as an adult. We can't say enough for the help and support we received from the entire staff at the Center for Discovery. When we were considering the facility we did some reviews on line. Some weren't overly positive, but most were and we feel that it was a very positive experience for our son and our family. Even our son now admits that he learned some great skills and that his time at Center for Discovery turned his life around.
    John W
    Parent of Alumni
  • I completely recommend this outpatient program for the treatment of eating disorders.  The program is tailored to each individual and my daughter was able to attend school while attending. The staff is caring, knowledgeable and fully committed to the treatment process for the patient and family.  My family now better understands eating disorders and we are able to support our daughter through her recovery.  5 stars all the way!!
    C.Y.
    Parent of Alumni
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