Our licensed mental health clinicians and registered dietitians provide a client-centered, trauma informed, all-gender inclusive approach to treatment.
We seek to understand what the clients' individual needs are so that each client can feel supported and understood while they embark on their journey of recovery. Our clinicians have specific eating disorder training and an eclectic background with sub-specialties in trauma, dialectal behavioral therapy (DBT), internal family systems (IFS), and more. From eating disorders to general mental health and general nutrition counseling we have a clinical team ready to create a personalized treatment plan for your needs.
As clients engage in outpatient therapy, the client can expect to be met with compassion, empathy, and unity in their treatment.
Outpatient Individual Psychotherapy
Our licensed mental health clinicians use a client-centered approach and empower clients to cultivate strength, insight, and trust within themselves. Clinicians work with clients to get to the roots whether it be trauma, depression, anxiety, and/or other co-occurring diagnoses. By using evidence-based tools, empathy, and a client-centered approach, clients are able to reduce symptoms and promote healing and growth. Clinicians will work with clients to plan a course of treatment that aligns with the client’s values and beliefs.
Outpatient Individual Nutrition Counseling
Our registered dietitians practice from an Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size Approach to help individuals cultivate an improved relationship with food and movement resulting in improved health. As part of the multi-disciplinary team approach, the nutrition element of treatment focuses on food-related behaviors allowing time in psychotherapy to be spent focusing on the underlying issues. Treatment can be a combination of nutrition education, meal planning, cognitive behavioral therapy, hands-on exposures, and goal setting.
Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders
A group program facilitated jointly by a licensed mental health provider and registered dietitian for clients who need more structure and support beyond the traditional outpatient setting to achieve eating disorder recovery. IOP is structured as a 10-week, 9-hours per week program. The curriculum draws from the most effective and evidence-based therapeutic approaches in the field, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP).
Nutrition and Therapy Groups
The outpatient groups can be an excellent supplement to individual outpatient treatment. Group can be facilitated by a licensed mental health clinician or a registered dietitian depending on the specific group. The structure of the groups are 6-weeks, 1-hour per week. Benefits of group therapy can include creating a support network, perspective, accountability, and diversity.
These groups are offered at different times of the year.
- Body Image Group
- DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) Group
- Intuitive Eating Intensive Group