Eating disorders are complex given their biological, genetic, psychological, social, and cultural roots. Our clinical treatment team receives ongoing and specialized training in eating disorder treatment so that we can provide evidenced-based treatment to our clients. Treatment at RoundTable Wellness addresses the root causes of the eating disorder, not just the symptoms. We include family and support people at all levels of treatment as appropriate, with understanding that “family” is not always biological. Our approach centers around the belief that FULL RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE FOR EVERYONE!
Due to the complexity of eating disorder treatment, our mental health clinicians conduct an evaluation to determine level of care needs and suitability for our programs. We treat all eating disorder diagnoses and all genders. If it is determined that a client does not meet criteria for admission to RoundTable Wellness and/or needs a higher level of care than what we can offer, we will help connect the client to the service(s) they need.
Our Psychotherapy Groups, led by our train mental health providers, offer additional support for those diagnosed with eating disorders. To find a suitable group, client need to be assessed by a licensed mental health provider.
This is a 10-week program for college-age individuals struggling with eating disorders. This group combines cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), and acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT). Over the course of treatment, group members learn strategies to balance academic obligations with drives for perfectionism, as well as learn alternative perspectives regarding diet culture.
This is a 10-week program for adults struggling with binge eating disorder. This group combines psycho-education, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Over the course of treatment, group members develop alternative perspectives and strategies to cope with diet culture, relationships with their bodies, and their relationships with food.
This is a 12-week program for clients who need more structure and support beyond the traditional outpatient setting. We continue a client-centered approach yet place more emphasis on skill development. Clients can be admitted to the IOP in two (2) ways:
Program components include:
Mindful Yoga Therapy Therapeutic Snacks
Process Psychotherapy Expressive Arts Therapy
CBT Education and Skill Development Individual Case Management
Clients will engage in nine (9) hours of group therapy per week, which is broken down into three 3-hour sessions. In addition, clients continue individual psychotherapy and nutrition therapy.