Eating Disorder Hope Virtual Conference V:
Eating Disorders and Trauma
Special Thanks to our Virtual Conference Sponsors
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center provides quality, holistic care to women and adolescent girls ages 12 and older. We treat individuals struggling to overcome eating disorders, substance abuse, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma and post-traumatic-stress-disorder (PTSD), and co-occurring disorders. Our campus is located on 43 wooded acres just outside Chicago. This peaceful setting offers an ideal environment for women and girls to focus on recovery. Our 164 beds are in five separate lodges. Every lodge has its own dedicated treatment team of nurses, primary and family therapists, dietitians, psychiatrists, and others. This is to ensure each woman or girl receives the individualized care she needs to get well.
Since 1983, Sierra Tucson has been a world-class leader in residential treatment. Sierra Tucson’s staff is made up of highly experienced men and women who have dedicated their lives to helping others. In the ever-evolving field of behavioral and mental health, Sierra Tucson is a place of consistency and stability. Below are some of the factors that separate Sierra Tucson from other treatment centers.
McCallum Place is a nationally acclaimed, comprehensive eating disorder treatment center for preadolescents, adolescents, adults, males and females. With locations in St. Louis, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas we are unique in that we offer on-site medical and psychiatric management and care combined with intensive individualized psychotherapy, making our center a center of excellence and a great alternative to traditional hospital settings.
We integrate personalized nutritional support and best practices treatment in a home-like setting. Our state-of-the-art eating disorder treatment programs and setting are designed to create an environment of structure and support for restorative treatment.
Montecatini is Southern California’s leading provider of comprehensive eating disorder treatment services for females ages 16-55. Over the last 25 years, we have helped women and teens in our community address the physical, mental, and emotional impact of disordered eating. With our support, you can gain control of your symptoms and look forward to a healthy future that is free from the effects of eating disorders.
Carolina House is a comprehensive eating disorder treatment program that offers a full continuum of care for men and women age 17 and above.
Carolina House provides focused care for individuals whose lives have been impacted by anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder, compulsive overeating, body dysmorphic disorder, orthorexia, and certain co-occurring mental health challenges.
The Refuge – A Healing Place is a residential treatment center that specializes in the treatment of PTSD, the effects of trauma, eating disorders, addiction, and co-occurring disorders. We provide treatment for adults age 18 and older. The Refuge offers diverse treatment styles that include a variety of therapies, intervention methods, and treatment modalities. Our methods aim to help clients unravel past traumas that have impacted their lives and resulted in the development of additional behavioral and psychological concerns.
The internationally recognized Laureate Eating Disorders Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is designed to meet the needs of individuals with anorexia nervosa, bulimia and other eating-related difficulties. A multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, therapists, dietitians and nurses collaborate to meet the individual needs of each patient in a safe, supportive environment.
UC San Diego Health Eating Disorders Center is a university-based, non-profit, Center of Excellence that serves as an international leader in research, treatment, and teaching. Our mission is to improve the lives of those with eating disorders and their families—both at our facilities and around the world—through the creation, dissemination, and practice of cost-effective, evidence-based treatment.
MEDA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and
treatment of eating disorders. We provide clinical services for
individuals and families, educational programs for the community
and training programs for professionals. Located in Massachusetts, we serve the eating disorder community locally, regionally and nationally. We envision a community without eating disorders that promotes a positive body
Project HEAL is a non-profit organization that fundraises to provide grants to individuals who cannot otherwise afford eating disorder treatment. Founded by Kristina Saffran and Liana Rosenman in 2008, who first met as teenagers in treatment for anorexia nervosa, the two girls helped each other to reach full recovery and decided to help others achieve it as well. Project HEAL also works to raise awareness about eating disorders and promote recovery.
The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures, and access to quality care. We envision a world without eating disorders. Whether you have been personally affected by an eating disorder or care about someone who has, NEDA’s programs and services are designed to help you find the help and support you need. Recovery is possible and we’re here to support you! Contact our Helpline at http://nationaleatingdisorders.org/helpline for information and support options.
The EDC advances the recognition of eating disorders as a public health priority through the United States. With focused attention on educating and working with Congress, we can effectively influence federal policy.
Rock Recovery is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports the journey to freedom from disordered eating. At Rock Recovery, we work to bridge gaps in resources for eating disorder treatment and education by removing the barriers of stigma, cost, and accessibility and by providing quality clinical care. As a faith-based organization, we uniquely combine clinical expertise and evidence-based care with spirituality for deeper healing and restoration.
Addiction Hope is proud to support Eating Disorder Hope and to be one of the Virtual Conference IV Sponsors. Addiction Hope promotes ending addictive behavior, developing healthier coping skills and living a value-driven life of health and well-being. We encourage establishing life-enhancing habits to replace former self-destructive behaviors. Addiction Hope believes that recovery is possible for those willing to engage in the profound physical, emotional and spiritual work necessary to give up the addiction and forge a new way of being in the world that embraces health, authenticity, and wholeness.