Eating Disorder Inpatient
||Runs throughout the year. The duration of stay is dependant on the patient's needs.
|Who is it for
The Inpatient Eating Disorder Program is suitable for patients who have not responded well to outpatient therapy and are experiencing dangerous malnourishment or bingeing/purgeing behavior. It helps participants to develop regular eating patterns by focusing on recovery and developing the knowledge and skills to overcome unhelpful eating behaviors and mindsets.
|About the program
The program includes:
- Supported meals
- Multidisciplinary team approach
- Daily therapy groups specific to eating disorders
We offer regular individual dietetic appointments for each patient to monitor food choices and set eating plans.
Group therapy helps patients learn how to manage unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Goal setting, emotion regulation and problem solving skills are also important components of the treatment package.
All patients are provided care and support specific to their individual needs.
An integral part of this program is a commitment to regular group attendance and practise of the skills introduced.
You will require private health insurance or Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) entitlements or agree to self-fund this course.
||If you would like to know more about how we can help you, please call (08) 9346 6803 during business hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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