Walden Clinic in Amherst, MA
Providing PHP, IOP and Outpatient Therapeutic Services
100 University Drive
The Amherst clinic is Walden’s fourth satellite clinic. The 6,000-square foot clinic, is just half a mile from the University of Massachusetts campus and offers easy access to both students and residents living in the five-college area. The clinic offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient eating-disorder programs for adolescents and adults including adult binge-eating disorder. The clinic also offers eating disorders outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Intensive Outpatient Programs
The Amherst clinic provides eating disorders Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) for adolescents and adults of all genders.
The adult IOP is designed for individuals seeking additional support in their recovery process from an eating disorder. Adults attend the program in combination with outpatient treatment. The program is ideal for people transitioning from a higher level of care or those who need more support than their outpatient team can provide.
- Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
- Adult Intensive Outpatient Binge Eating Program
- Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program
A Free Alumni Support Group for adolescents and adults is hosted every Monday from 5:30 to 6:30pm. (Open to former Walden patients)
For directions to our Amherst clinic, please click here.
News Related to the Amherst Clinic and The Community It Serves
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