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Trusted, specialized eating disorder treatment

Wisconsin-based Rogers Behavioral Health, anchored by Rogers Memorial Hospital is nationally recognized for its specialized psychiatry and addiction services. Rogers offers multiple levels of evidence-based treatment for adults, children and adolescents with depression and mood disorders, eating disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive and anxiety disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder in multiple locations. Wisconsin locations providing eating disorder services include: Appleton, Oconomowoc and Madison. Quality care for eating disorders are also available in Chicago, Illinois, Nashville, Tennessee and Tampa, Florida. At Rogers Behavioral Health, you’ll receive an individualized treatment plan that’s created with your unique behavioral health concerns in mind. We offer a variety of comprehensive, specialized treatment programs for anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders to address specific challenges for different ages, genders and diagnoses.

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    • We were the first provider in the nation to develop a residential program specifically for males.
    • Our separate program for adults with co-occurring OCD and other anxiety disorders is the only one of its kind in the country.
    • Programs are also available for children, teens and adults, so you know that you’ll be with others who are facing similar challenges.

    Pre-admission screening

    A free, over-the-phone initial screening with the prospective patient starts the admission process to help determine the scope and severity of symptoms, as well as the correct level of programming for the patient. This free screening can be started online or by calling our admissions staff at 800-767-4411. After Rogers’ medical staff reviews the prospective patient’s screening and their most recent lab results, a psychiatrist will recommend an appropriate level of care.

    Evaluation and treatment plans

    Once a patient arrives to Rogers for treatment, our first priority is to ensure that the patient obtains medical and nutritional stabilization, if they do not have this stabilization already. After this goal is achieved, staff and patients work together to identify and begin the process of altering harmful thinking processes, as well as address any obstacles to recovery that may arise.

    Wide range of care options

    Inpatient, residential, partial and intensive outpatient hospitalization options are available for children, teens and adults struggling with:

    • Anorexia nervosa
    • Bulimia nervosa
    • Eating disorder not otherwise specified (ED-NOS)

    Residential treatment at The Eating Disorder Center (Oconomowoc) provides programming for:

    • Adolescent girls (ages 12-18)
    • Young adult women (ages 18-29)
    • Older adult women (ages 30 or older)
    • Males (ages 12 and older)
    • Adults with co-occurring anxiety disorders

    Rogers also provides immediate stabilization with its on-site highly specialized inpatient care at:

    • Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc, serving adults, children and adolescents

    Partial hospitalization programs, providing treatment 5-6 hours per day, five days per week, are available at:

    • Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc, serving adults
    • Rogers Memorial Hospital–Madison, serving adults
    • Rogers Memorial Hospital–Appleton, serving adults
    • Rogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay, serving adults, adolescents and children
    • Rogers Behavioral Health–Chicago, serving adolescents and young adults
    • Rogers Behavioral Health–Nashville, serving adolescents

    Rogers also offers an intensive outpatient program, providing treatment 3 hours per day, five days per week, at:

    • Rogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay, serving adults, children and adolescents

    Treatment components

    A number of treatment components are used by our staff to help each patient deal with the psychological issues that underlie their eating disorders and brought them to our program.

    • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
    • Family Therapy
    • Group Therapy
    • Individual Therapy
    • Experiential Therapy
    • Nutrition Therapy
    • Chemical Dependency Counseling
    • Spiritual Care
    • Daily Living Skills
    • Community Outings and Therapeutic Passes

    Family involvement

    A patient’s family is considered an important part of their recovery. The greater support system a patient has, the greater chance they will have a successful transition back into daily life. Generally, family sessions are provided once per week. During these sessions, the patient’s eating disorder is considered within the context of the family’s communication patterns, value and belief system, rules, roles and expectations. Family members and friends are also encouraged to participate in our monthly Family and Friends Program, so that they can better understand the important role they play during their loved one’s treatment.

    Specialized treatment and facilities

    Rogers Behavioral Health offers Specialized Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders. For maps or directions, visit

    Contracted provider

    Patients and their families often experience lower out-of-pocket costs for treatment at Rogers Behavioral Health System than other treatment providers because we have contracts with many managed care companies.

    Admissions or Information

    For more information, or to begin a free screening, visit our website, or contact the admissions staff at 800-767-4411.


    Last Reviewed By: Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC on August 24, 2015

    Page last updated: August 24, 2015
    Published on, Eating Disorders Information & Resources

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