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  • An All Inclusive Outpatient Practice

    Recovery at Home Made Possible

    Empowered Eating Disorder Treatment

    Relationships are powerful. Loved ones can help.

    Is it an eating disorder?

    Why RCED

    Effective treatment without having to leave home

    Circle of Care

    Our Family Therapist, Individual Therapist, Dietitian and Family Mentor work together along with your Primary Care Physician to provide you or your child with the care you need at home to achieve lasting recovery. 

    Healing at home

    Not only is it possible to recover from an eating disorder at home, when care teams involve loved ones in treatment the results can be better than higher levels of care.  The entire system learns about the eating disorder and how to aid recovery in effective ways for a lifetime. 


    We are in network with major insurance carriers for Therapy services. Our Dietitian and Mentorship services are private pay. We can help navigate in network and out of network insurance for you, making payment affordable.

    Are you worried that you, your child or a loved one has an eating disorder?

    Identifying eating disorders can be complicated because often the affected person does not know they have a problem. This is also known as Anosognosia and is caused by changes in the brain during the illness. We can help you discover if it is an eating disorder and if healing can happen at home.

    Full recovery can happen at any age

    Early detection and assertive treatment have the best outcomes for preventing chronic illness. 

    Do you or your loved one identify with one of these eating disorders?

    Anorexia Nervosa (AN) Intense fear of gaining weight even when medically underweight

    Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) an apparent lack of interest in food or eating based on some sort of sensory characteristic of the food itself

    Binge Eating Disorder (BED) recurrent binges with a loss of control as well as shame distress or guilt after a binge

    Bigorexia or the Adonis Complex obsessive preoccupation of BOYS and MEN to having big muscles and can include the dangerous misuse of muscle enhancing supplements and steroids 

    Bulimia Nervosa (BN) Uncontrolled episodes of eating or binging followed by purging

    Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder (OSFED) generally includes behaviors of dieting and weight loss and/or control of food as major concerns and sources of anxiety

    Eating disorders affect all genders, races, ethnicities, ages and socio-economic groups

    On the rise

    Hospitalizations for adolescents with eating disorders have doubled since the pandemic and they are up 70% overall.

    This is critical

    Eating disorders have the 2nd highest mortality rate of any psychological disorder behind opioid addiction.

    Healing is possible

    The earlier the interventions the best chance there is for full remission and sustained recovery.