Center For Change
Eating disorders are complicated illnesses, and they require advanced, sophisticated treatment. At Center for Change, we treat adolescent and adult women struggling with eating disorders and we provide a multifaceted, interdisciplinary approach to treating the whole person. We believe that everyone has the ability for a complete and full recovery.
Eating disorders are complex. They are often accompanied by related health and psychological concerns such as trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, malnutrition, relationship problems, and more. At Center for Change, we have the ability to diagnose and treat those concerns, and concurrent illnesses, helping women fully recover from the devastating effects of their illness and live healthier, more balanced lives.
Our staff is carefully selected, not just for their expertise in treating the symptoms and underlying causes of eating disorders, but also for their compassion and willingness to extend themselves on behalf of our clients.
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Comprehensive Treatment for Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder
Eating disorders and associated illnesses, cause pain, fear, and disruption in the lives of far too many young women. Often chronic, painful and severe anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating, and binge eating take their toll on individuals and families. At Center for Change, we have been nurturing very real hope to our clients since 1994.
Our active yet caring approach to treatment includes acute inpatient care, long-term residential care, transitional care, day & evening programs, and outpatient services. We employ a specialized, multidisciplinary approach that helps women establish regular patterns of eating while offering constant encouragement of healthy exercise, body-image improvement, and a return to a full, happy life. We utilize dietary and nutritional therapies that help women develop an understanding of an intuitive eating approach that will continue to help them in their long-term recovery. We empower clients with the commitment and the tools they need to reclaim their lives.
Throughout our program clients receive individual, family, and group therapy, individual nutritional counseling, medical care and monitoring, medication management, and a variety of experiential therapies. Individualized, compassionate care is offered by our experienced team of physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, dietitians, nurses, care technicians, and other professionals.
Cascade Mountain High School is our Northwest Accredited academic program located in-house with the curriculum taught by certified teachers. Our outstanding academic program also includes collegiate support, adult education, and life-skills training.
Throughout each stage of recovery, two things remain constant: Our unwavering compassion and our complete conviction that there is hope.
A Whole New Light
Center for Change was established in 1994 by a team, including psychologists and a physician, who have worked together since 1989. The founders have been treating eating disorders for more than 25 years. We offer the most comprehensive therapy and treatment program available, focusing on healing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We work to free those suffering from the pain and loneliness that have overcome their lives.
Center for Change is located in Orem, Utah and offers a full continuum of care with inpatient, residential treatment, day & evening programs, and outpatient services. In the mountains of Utah, hope is real. The prospect of a life filled with health, peace and fulfilling relationships is real. Often, those who come to us tell us that the Center has given them their lives back. They experience freedom from the darkness, pain, and isolation that only individuals stricken with eating disorders can know. They come to see themselves in a whole new light.
Center for Change is accredited by the Joint Commission and the Northwest Accreditation Commission and is TRICARE certified.
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Last Reviewed By: Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC on August 16, 2018
Page last updated: August 16, 2018
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