Eating Disorder Treatment Clinic in Westborough MA
- Binge-Eating Disorder
- Co-Occurring Disorders
What We Offer
Adult Partial Hospitalization Eating Disorder Treatment
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.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment
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.
Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Eating Disorder Treatment
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.
Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment
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.
Insurance Accepted by Walden
We are “in-network” with most major insurance providers and do our best to ensure you receive the treatment you need.Learn More
Walden Behavioral Care is one of the nation’s only organizations specializing in eating disorder treatment. We are one of the only organizations committed to serving people of all ages and genders at all levels of care. We 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.