If You’re an Adult With An Eating Disorder, We Can Help

Anyone, at any age, can develop an eating disorder. Millions of adults, from those just entering adulthood to those in midlife and even senior citizens, have experienced the difficulties of living with an eating disorder.

Walden Behavioral Care offers one of the nation’s only full system of care for treating eating disorders. We’ve worked with thousands of adults, ages 18 and older, seeking to recover from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED). We serve all genders – men, women, and the LGBT community.

Our promise to all adults is:

  • Treatment and therapy that’s proven to result in a lasting recovery
  • Programming tailored to your unique needs, including attention to any co-occurring conditions, health issues or personal challenges
  • The right level of care, as close to home as possible
  • A specialized treatment team to fully support you on your journey to recovery

Treating the Whole Person

Eating disorders among adults can be extremely complex. Many times individuals face other conditions, such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Combining these with the stresses and challenges of daily life, work, and relationships can intensify symptoms. At Walden, we treat the whole person – addressing not only the eating disorder but any co-occurring conditions or personal issues preventing a lasting recovery.

Every Adult with an Eating Disorder Needs the Right Treatment

Walden provides adults with specialized care uniquely aligned with their background, needs, and goals. You will always have the right level of treatment and support that’s easily accessible to you.

Our comprehensive treatment options include:

An individual with an advanced eating disorder, for example, may need inpatient care, while intensive outpatient care is the best fit for someone who can balance treatment with work or school. The road to recovery is not always straight, so patients may require access to higher or lower levels of care as they advance toward recovery.

If You’re an Adult with an Eating Disorder, Care Is Just a Short Drive Away

Walden recognizes the importance of being treated close to home. We want the adults we serve to continue to lead their lives by working and spending time with their families. Family support is an important part of the treatment process.

Individuals with eating disorders do not need more stress in their lives. Having treatment near your home minimizes the pressure of keeping medical appointments and increases the probability that you will continue to seek the exact level of care you need.

Walden has clinics throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Georgia. Our 13 locations include one inpatient facility, two residential facilities, and 10 ambulatory care clinics. Patients can receive care in Amherst, Braintree, Hyannis, Peabody, Waltham and Westborough, MA., Guilford, and South Windsor, CT, and Alpharetta and Dunwoody, GA.

Adult Treatment for Eating Disorders That’s Proven to Work

Our eating disorder treatment for adults spans all facets of your disorder, using innovative, evidence-based behavioral therapy and skill-building that’s proven to result in lasting recovery. Adult treatment includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), individual and group counseling, medical management, nutritional counseling, expressive therapy, psychotherapy, relapse prevention, and more.

You’ll Have Your Own Eating Disorder Treatment Team

At Walden, all adults have a dedicated, multidisciplinary treatment team specialized in eating disorders. For higher levels of care (inpatient, residential), this includes psychiatrists, nurses, dietitians, therapists, social workers, and mental health counselors. For lower levels of care, your team includes dietitians, therapists, and mental health counselors.

You are not alone. We’re here to help.

If you are concerned that you, or someone you love, may have an eating disorder, we are here to help. Complete the form on this page or call 888-305-2997 to speak to a member of our Welcome Center. Start the road to recovery today!