Call Today: 1-800-675-2041 | For Healthcare Professionals | For Focus Alumni
Support and education throughout the treatment process is provided by our experienced and caring staff, who believe that full recovery from an eating disorder is possible.
We practice clinical excellence through established and empirically- validated therapeutic models. Our philosophical framework utilizes Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to support our patients in achieving long-lasting behavior changes based on acceptance and mindfulness practices.
We also engage our patients in intensive shame resiliencyand self-compassion work, trauma therapy grounded in attachment theory and movement therapy, skill building groups based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and expressive therapies such as art, dance, and equine therapy.
Every patient is valued for her unique journey and individual needs, with whole-person care as the basis of every treatment plan.
"This place truly saved my life!! the staff was so loving and caring and genuinely cared about me and my recovery!! This place will always hold a special place in my heart!"- Hailey
Our nutrition program is founded on the belief that food IS medicine. By using evidence- based treatment, our staff supports each patient by using an individualized meal plan to meet the specific needs of the patients. Our program seeks to assist patients in
We understand that there are many underlying obstacles and struggles regarding the intake of food and that it’s not about the food. Along with structured meal planning, the patients will participate in scheduled meals and snacks, take part in experientials designed to decrease behaviors and promote a continued recovery process upon discharge. Exposure to certain real world experiences include weekly
Nutrition counseling and nutrition therapy is an integral part of the eating disorder recovery process. Patients attend weekly nutrition education groups and post- meal nutrition process groups. Groups are designed to improve knowledge about the importance of meal planning, incorporation balance and variety into meals, and encouragement to challenge fear foods and dispel specific food myths that are misleading or dangerous.
Schedule a Consultation
Copyright 2017 Focus Treatment Centers | All Rights Reserved | Site by Maycreate