EDCare Offers a Partial Hospitalization Program for Local Patients with Eating Disorders

Patients of EDCare may opt for partial hospitalization for the duration of their treatments. It is an intensive treatment program for eating disorders that allows patients the convenience of going home every day.

[Denver, 09/08/2017] – EDCare offers concessions to patients who prefer a partial hospitalization arrangement while receiving treatment for an eating disorder.

The Partial Hospitalization Program allows local patients to return to their respective homes after their daily sessions. This is for the convenience of patients in Denver, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, and nearby areas, although out-of-town patients are also welcome to join the program.

Non-local female patients may stay at Connections House, EDCare’s off-site home in Denver. It can accommodate thirteen women at a time. EDCare also helps other patients find affordable housing in the area.

An Intensive and Highly Structured Program

EDCare designed this program to ensure that patients receive a high level of care and attention.

Patients will have a one-on-one session with their primary therapist twice a week and consultation with their psychiatrist once a week. There is also a weekly meeting between patients and the treatment team to discuss goals and aftercare plans.

Counselors provide therapy and facilitate activities ten hours each day with shortened sessions on the weekends. They also coach patients, teaching them to apply the recovery skills they learn from rehab into their everyday lives. This, according to EDCare, is essential for life-long success in overcoming eating disorders.

The Partial Hospitalization Program is for patients with eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia. It is also suitable for EDCare patients who are receiving therapy for substance use, trauma recovery, and elite athlete treatment.

About the company:

EDCare specializes in individualized, evidence-based treatments for people dealing with eating disorders. They employ a unique, empowerment-based approach that focuses on helping patients establish connections, acceptance, mindfulness, sense of self, and action (CAMSA). They also provide treatments for eating disorders as a result of substance use, PTSD, and pressure in sports.

Visit their http://eatingdisorder.care/  for further details.

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