At The Meadows Ranch, we use a multi-disciplinary approach to treat BED and any other co-occurring conditions. Our master’s- and doctoral-level clinicians create customized treatment plans that address the patient’s unique needs, including:

  • Physical health. We assess vital signs and nutrition levels as well as use of substances and the presence of any medical or physiological conditions.
  • Emotional health. We evaluate the individual’s history of stressful life circumstances, traumatic past events, relationship dynamics, and personal self-esteem.
  • Mental health. We test for any accompanying psychiatric conditions such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
  • Spiritual health. We work with individuals on their mind-body-spirit connection, mindfulness practices, and reconnecting with self and others.

Our focus is on treating the whole person for long-term, sustainable recovery. Medical and mental health conditions can especially complicate and perpetuate BED, and it’s important to consider every factor influencing a person’s ability to heal.

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Our treatment program includes a mix of individual therapy, group therapy, and family involvement, as well as experiential therapies such as art, equine, and movement. We also provide assistive medications as needed. Research shows that some antidepressants as well as stimulants (such as those prescribed for ADHD) have proven effective in reducing mental health symptoms for those suffering from BED.

Talk to Us About Binge Eating Disorder Treatment 

At The Meadows Ranch, we’re dedicated to equipping individuals and their families with the resources needed to heal from binge eating disorder. With our wealth of expertise, we address binge eating disorders and any co-occurring conditions in the same setting for the best possible chance of long-term recovery. Our focus is on treating the whole person — mind, body, and spirit. If you or a loved are suffering from a binge eating disorder, get in touch with us today. Our compassionate staff is standing by to answer your questions and help you begin the journey to recovery.

Call 866-390-5100