Binge Eating Disorder
||Combined Inpatient and Day Patient Binge Eating Disorder Program
This program consists of three phases of treatment over nine weeks, designed to guide recovery from the beginning to end.
Phase One: Eight day inpatient stay at The Hollywood Clinic
Phase Two: Twice weekly evening group therapy sessions for four weeks
Phase Three: Once weekly evening group therapy session for four weeks
|Who is for
Males and females between 18 and 60 years of age who experience:
- Recurring and persistent episodes of binge eating
- Marked distress regarding binge eating
- Absence of regular compensatory behaviours such as purging
Individuals with the disorder are not necessarily overweight or underweight.
|About the program
The Binge Eating Disorder program at The Hollywood Clinic focuses on recovery for participants and assists them to develop the knowledge and skills to overcome unhelpful eating behaviours and mindsets. The program improves eating competency through individualised meal plans and supported eating. It also educates participants on emotional triggers and improves their understanding of the causal and maintaining factors that perpetuate unhelpful behaviours.
The program is coordinated by a multi-disciplinary team including a psychologist and psychiatrist, to provide comprehensive patient support. A specialist dietitian also facilitates the nutritional component of the program.
The psychological treatment approach is grounded in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (which helps to change unhelpful or unhealthy habits of thinking, feeling and behaving) with key components of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy.
An important part of this program is a commitment to regular group attendance and practice of the skills introduced.
Participants require private health insurance or Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) entitlements or must agree to self-fund the course.
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GPs and Referrers
Referrer guidelines and a screening tool are available to referring physicians / psychiatrists. Please email our GP Liaison at GPLiaison.email@example.com or phone 08 9346 6667.