Adolescent Growth Now Offers Comprehensive Eating Disorder Treatment for Adolescents
SHERMAN OAKS, CA, July 31, 2012. — Adolescent Growth is excited to announce a new addition to its treatment program roster. In addition to providing outstanding addiction and mental health recovery services, now it is offering Comprehensive Eating Disorder Treatment for adolescents. Each course of treatment for eating disorders is designed specifically to fit the needs of each individual client.
Adolescent Growth is family owned and aims to provide excellent quality mental health care to young people ages 12-17. By drawing from traditional values and integrating a foundation of integrity and respect, successful completion of the treatment programs is the norm.
The addition of an eating disorder treatment program for adolescents is widely welcomed because eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia and binge eating disorders are all difficult to treat and can pose long-term physical and emotional health risks. Adolescent Growth is home to a team of licensed professionals, including a nutritionist, doctors, counselors and other specialists.
The Adolescent Growth Eating Disorder Treatment Program is an intimate facility in Southern California and the perfect environment for treating eating disorders. Programs include an Intensive Outpatient program where individuals can come daily but are still able to attend to other responsibilities, as well as an Intensive Inpatient program were a more vigilant approach is taken.
The Eating Disorder Programs are recognized by the Joint Commission with a gold seal of accreditation, which is a nationally recognized leader in the field. By providing affordable, outstanding eating disorder care, Adolescent Growth is please to continue expanding it’s services and serving more of its community.
The holistic and therapeutic approach taken by Adolescent Growth sets these young people up for success and allows then to deal with eating disorders through the use of group and individual therapy, specific techniques and methods, psychiatric and medical assessments, nutritional counseling, exercise and supervision for meals and food intake.