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Trusted, specialized eating disorder treatment

Eating disorder treatment from Wisconsin-based Rogers Behavioral Health is part of the nationally recognized, specialized psychiatry and addiction services offered for more than a century.

At Rogers, leading psychiatrists partner with a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, dietitians, behavioral specialists and therapists, all dedicated to eating disorder treatment. Here you receive individualized, evidence-based treatment, with outcomes that demonstrate its effectiveness. We offer treatment for children, teens and adults with:

  • Anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa.
  • Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).
  • Unspecified eating disorders, such as orthorexia nervosa and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID).
  • Eating disorders in conjunction with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, depression or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), body-focused repetitive behavioral (BFRB) disorders, such as hair-pulling and skin-picking.

Wisconsin locations providing eating disorder services include: Appleton, Oconomowoc and Madison. Quality specialized outpatient care featuring partial hospital programs for eating disorders is also available in Chicago, Illinois; Nashville, Tennessee; and Tampa, Florida, with services being added to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 2017.

Treatment for males with eating disorders

Rogers Behavioral Health AdRogers is known for our leadership in developing the first residential program with a specific track for males, back in 1997. That tradition continues today with specific programming for men and adolescent teens at the Rogers Eating Disorder Center. We also treat males within our inpatient and partial hospital programs.

Wide range of care options

At Rogers, you benefit from multiple levels of care and one electronic health record that connects all services, no matter the location. Levels of care include inpatient, residential and specialized outpatient care.

Residential treatment. Our Eating Disorder Center, nestled in the woods and prairie of a nine-acre setting, is part of our Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, campus. This secure, serene location includes a 16-bed facility for adults, and an eight-bed facility for adolescents. Specific programming is offered for:

We also offer services for younger children as part of our Child Center residential program.

Inpatient care. Two dedicated units, one for adults and one for children and adolescents, provide immediate stabilization at Rogers Memorial Hospital—Oconomowoc. Even as you regain your strength, we’ll work with you with proven methods to help deal with the psychological issues that influence your eating disorder.

Partial hospitalization programs, providing treatment five to six hours per day, five days per week, are available at:

  • Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc, serving adults, adolescents and children
  • 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 adults, adolescents and children
  • Rogers Behavioral Health–Nashville, serving adolescents and children
  • Rogers Behavioral Health—Minneapolis (Programs coming spring 2017)

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

  • Rogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay, serving adults (children and adolescents, as of March 2017)

Treatment components

Our goal is to help you achieve nutritional stabilization; recognize and correct unhealthy thought and behavior patterns related to eating, body image or exercise; and address co-occurring conditions. Long-term, we are here to build resilience for recovery. You will undergo a thorough assessment which your team uses to guide an individualized, comprehensive treatment plan.

This evidence-based plan has, in addition to necessary medical management, a foundation of intensive cognitive behavioral therapy with an emphasis on graduated exposure and response prevention. Therapy may also include behavioral activation to help those with co-morbid mood disorders re-engage in life and elements of DBT-informed therapy such as mindfulness. Other strong components of care are nutritional therapy and experiential therapy, including horticultural, recreational and art therapy.

This focused, therapeutic approach is applied among disciplines and across all levels of care at Rogers.

Family involvement

In addition to individual and group therapy, a patient’s family is an important part of your recovery. Family sessions are part of most levels of care. For our residential patients, we encourage family participation in our Family and Friends Program, which helps family members better understand the important role they play during and after a loved one’s treatment.

Pre-admission screening

A free, confidential, over-the-phone initial screening with the prospective patient starts the admission process. This helps determine the scope and severity of symptoms, as well as the correct level of programming. Call 800-767-4411 or request a screening online at

Contracted provider

Rogers Behavioral Health System has contracts with many major health plans. Its eating disorder programs are also part of the Beacon Health Options Signature Network.

Getting started

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

Rogers Behavioral Health

Rogers offers multiple levels of evidence-based treatment for adults, children and adolescents in multiple locations in Wisconsin, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Tennessee and, in 2017, Pennsylvania. Services vary by location, but in addition to eating disorders, they include treatment for depression and mood disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive and anxiety disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder, in multiple locations. For more information, go to

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