Walden Eating Disorder Treatment Clinic in Alpharetta

Our Alpharetta clinic is conveniently located off of Old Milton Parkway and is the first and only dedicated eating disorder treatment center in the North Metro area. We offer a peaceful and quiet healing environment that welcomes teens and adults of all genders and their families. Family-Based Treatment is the focal point of our adolescent treatment program and is designed to give parents an active and positive role in helping their child to reduce disordered eating behaviors, restore weight and resume proper adolescent development. Our compassionate care team has decades of experience working with eating disorders, utilizing evidence-based and expressive therapies to help strengthen your mind-body connection.

Conditions Treated at our Alpharetta Eating Disorder Clinic

  • Anorexia
  • Bulimia
  • Binge-Eating Disorder
  • Orthorexia
  • Co-Occurring Disorders

Walden Behavioral Care is contracted with most major insurance companies. Learn more today.

Lea Noring, LMFT
Program Director
Welcome friends – I’m really happy that you’re interested in learning more about our clinic. One of the things I love most about working with individuals living with eating disorders is their potential. Potential is one of my favorite words and I am continually drawn to the potential of our clients gaining new wisdom and the potential for my own growth as well! The energy here in Alpharetta is positive and forward-focused and our team is very relationship-oriented. We make the effort to ensure that your experience with us is as helpful and accommodating as possible. For those who are contemplating whether or not they should get treatment, I would suggest taking that first step, no matter how uncomfortable it might make you feel. We have your best interest at heart and will listen carefully to what you are hoping to get out of treatment and answer any questions you might have. We care and will help you to find your way toward healing.
Taylor Trussell, LAPC
Assistant Program Director
I joined Team Walden as an intern and began working as a clinician here at the Alpharetta clinic after earning my degree. What really drew me to this location was the people. We work so collaboratively, and we all have such a willingness to help problem-solve for each other and our patients. Before settling in Atlanta, I spend time in Asia, doing everything from living in a monastery in Thailand to teaching yoga on the beach in India. That’s where I became passionate about yoga and mindfulness and the healing capabilities of the mind-body connection. If you are thinking about treatment, my advice would be to take recovery in steps…first step is giving us a call. We look forward to getting to know you better.
What We Offer

This program is ideal for teens who are medically stable but who require the structure and support of day treatment. Parents will take on a more active role at this level of care, learning – alongside your child – how to replace maladaptive behaviors with coping skills and how to deal with uncomfortable emotions in the moment.

Designed for teens in need of more structured support than their outpatient team can provide, this level of care utilizes Family-Based Treatment, an evidence-based intervention proven to support lasting recovery that is meant to equip you and your family with the skills necessary to best help your child.

This level of care is designed for individuals who require support during the day to optimize recovery success. You will experience a structured treatment environment focused on helping you to normalize eating patterns, target maladaptive coping behaviors and practice skills.

This program is designed for adults who need a bit more intensive support than their outpatient team can provide. This level of care focuses on providing you with the skills necessary to replace maladaptive coping behaviors and to provide you with the flexibility to also balance other priorities such as work, family and/or school.

Designed for adults living with binge eating disorder, this program is ideal for individuals who need a bit more intensive support than their outpatient team can offer. This level of care focuses on providing you with the skills necessary to replace maladaptive coping behaviors and provides you with the flexibility to also balance other priorities such as work, family and/or school.
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Walden Behavioral Care
4625 Alexander Drive
Suite 200
Alpharetta, GA 30022
Admissions: 888-305-2997
Phone: 678-786-7422
Fax: 770-674-2701
Who We Treat
Who We Treat - All Genders
Who we treat - All Ages
Our Locations
Walden Massachusetts
In Massachusetts, we offer all levels of specialized eating disorder care for children, teens and adults of all genders and their families with care facilities conveniently located near Boston – one of the nation’s leading hubs of medical and clinical innovation. Explore our locations in Massachusetts.
Walden Connecticut
Our expanding presence in the state includes the only state-of-the-art acute care hospital, one of few in the country, dedicated to the treatment and medical management of eating disorders. We offer day and evening eating disorder treatment programs for adults and adolescents of all genders and their families across our three locations. Discover healing at our Connecticut locations.
Walden Georgia
We support the vibrant and diverse communities in the Atlanta area and surrounding states by offering specialized eating disorder support at varying levels of care for adolescents and adults of all genders and their families. Learn about our sites in Georgia.
Walden Stories
Ben’s Road Toward Recovery

Professional cyclist Ben Frederick developed an eating disorder when he was forced to stop competing after being thrown from his bike during a race resulting in a traumatic brain injury. Ben shares his story of perseverance and strength as he learned to navigate the road to a full life in eating disorder recovery.

Coming Out Day

As proud allies, we are proud to foster a community, both for our patients and our employees, that values inclusivity and diversity. For this year’s “National Coming Out Day” some of our amazing employees decided to share their coming out stories in order to help others feel comfortable in doing so for themselves.

Walden on Gratitude

This year marks Walden Behavioral Care’s 15th Anniversary. Our staff came together to reflect on what makes working at Walden, and with you, so special.

90% of patients said their experience with their clinician was positive in helping them acquire coping skills and gaining insight into recovery.
The most helpful part of my experience at Walden was: meeting people who are going through the same things and gaining understanding and insight into my eating disorder.
“When I entered treatment, I felt as though I was in a safe space and it stayed that way my entire time at Walden. I felt very supported by all the people around me.”
93% said they felt welcomed by the staff when they began the program
“I learned a lot from informative sessions about the way our eating disorders work. The education around nutrition and food helped me understand what my body needs to thrive.”
“The staff is phenomenal. I truly couldn’t be happier with the skills I’ve learned during my time here. Thank you so much for saving me.”
What’s New
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 eating disorder treatment 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 ED 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.