"I am a counselor and I recently referred a client to the Eating Disorder Center of Denver. I appreciated the staff’s professionalism as well as their willingness to keep me updated. It appears the staff at EDC-D focuses on collaboration, which is vital for a client’s successful recovery. In the future, I will definitely be referring my client’s to this facility."
- Megan West, Counseling with Care, LLC
We know that the search for eating disorder treatment options can be overwhelming, and that one of the most difficult steps toward recovery is your first phone call to us. Once you take that first step to contact us, we’ll walk you through every step of the eating disorder assessment and treatment process. From the moment you reach out, you won’t be alone anymore.
Whether facing bulimia, anorexia, binge eating disorder or a unique, individualized case, starting treatment with professionals who concentrate in eating disorders is vital to a successful long-term recovery. Don’t wait any longer to take that first step – call us today at 866-771-0861.
Eating Disorder Center of Denver's integrated approach for diagnosing and treating eating disorders follows the evidence-based biological-psychological-social-spiritual model focusing on assisting a patient to heal from the inside out. We will learn about all aspects of you in order to assist you to identify what defines you outside of their eating disorder. This includes your needs, desires, wants, and other individualized considerations to help determine the best treatment options for you.
As part of our assessment and treatment process, we strive to complete the following:
We compliment the bio-psycho-social-spiritual model with our own unique approach we call CAMSA™. This mindfulness-based treatment model guides individuals through recovery and beyond, to help support a healthy transition after treatment CAMSA™ stands for:
Our patients increase their personal awareness, wellbeing and health, and leave with a "toolkit" full of knowledge and skills to sustain long-term recovery.