Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment

Walden Behavioral Care offers outpatient treatment services via its subsidiary, Walden Psychiatric Associates. Walden Psychiatric Associates provides comprehensive outpatient support for individuals and families coping with all types of eating disorders and related conditions, within in a warm and accepting therapeutic environment.

Our multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, physicians, nurse practitioners, therapists and dietitians specialize in eating disorders. They have the level of expertise and understanding to best support you on your journey to self-discovery and healing.

Integrative Psychiatry Services

Under the direction of Dr. James Greenblatt, Walden Psychiatric Associates works with patients using integrative medicine for mental health. We believe that in addition to our environmental stressors, factors within the body contribute to mental and overall wellness. We take an individualized approach to treatment based on one’s unique biochemical, genetic, and nutritional status. Walden Psychiatric Associates combines the best of conventional (psychopharmacological) and integrative interventions to support and enhance treatment.

What’s New
  • What Walden's Reading - Hunger by Roxane Gay

What We’re Reading: Hunger by Roxane Gay

In case you are pressed for time, I will keep this short and sweet: Hunger is worth the investment of time. It is a difficult book - challenging in ways you would expect when written by an “intersectional” and marginalized woman. I can honestly say that I have become a better and more enlightened person for having the opportunity to learn more about her life.

Eating Disorders in Minority Communities

Eating disorders do not discriminate based on an individual's skin color, ethnicity, body type, gender or age. In recognition of National Minority Mental Health Month, here are some important statistics about eating disorders and how minorities are impacted.

ARFID: Five Fast Facts

Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is a condition that is often called 'extreme picky eating.' While this can be true, there are many other components of this illness that can complicate diagnosis and recovery. Here are a few important facts about ARFID that you should know.

About Walden
Walden Behavioral Care is a rapidly-growing, national mental health care system specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. We are one of the only organizations committed to serving individuals of all genders and eating disorder diagnoses at all levels of care. We currently have 15 locations across New England and Georgia and have spent the past 15 years utilizing our evidence-based, personalized approach to treatment to help more than 20,000 people on their road to recovery. Based out of Waltham, MA, we employ more than 450 employees who are dedicated to supporting individuals living with eating disorders in accessing the care they need and deserve.