Testimonials

RIGHT OF PASSAGE
Where I’ve been, isn’t where I’m going
Who I’ve been, isn’t who I have to be
No longer will I disguise inner turmoil,
Nor will I invalidate the challenges I have experienced.

Today, I can face difficult things with an open heart,
And conquer them with my own sense of self-worth
And the help of those around me.

I promise to love ME as much as I have loved others.

Today, my authentic self is my ONLY self!

*- Katie, Former Patient

Bridge Evening Intensive Outpatient Program (EIOP)

The BRIDGE EIOP program is for patients who are diagnosed with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or other disorders and require more than outpatient therapy to treat their disorder. This is a 'transitional' level, with therapy four nights a week (including meals) for 10 weeks. Patients are encouraged to continue real-life responsibilities, including school and work, while also applying skills from treatment to everyday life challenges, such as grocery shopping, clothes shopping and meal preparation.

The program empowers patients to disrupt old patterns of behaviors, tackle fears, take on new challenges and integrate lasting, positive changes into their everyday lives. BRIDGE EIOP offers a total mind-body recovery.

For more information on BRIDGE EIOP and to determine if you meet the criteria for admission, contact an admissions assessment clinician at 303.771.0861 or toll free at 866.771.0861

 Bridge Evening Intensive Out-Patient Program (Bridge EIOP) - "Admission Day - What to Expect"

On your first day of Bridge EIOP, the typical process will include:

  • Complete paperwork and patient assessments
  • Meet with a patient account supervisor to discuss insurance benefits and/or you financial payment plan
  • Meet with admissions staff for orientation to the Bridge EIOP schedule and guidelines
  • Meet with your primary therapist and schedule weekly individual sessions
  • Meet with your dietitian, who will assess and develop your nutritional meal plan
  • Meet with an attending psychiatrist, who will conduct an initial assessment to help develop your individualized and focused treatment plan