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Center For Discovery specializes in Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, & Orthorexia Recovery.

Center For Discovery | Binge Eating Disorder Program

Center For Discovery is excited to announce our 

2018 Binge Eating Disorder Programs!

Eight Week Programming | Three Days Per Week

Clients can enroll before, during, or after the start dates

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Welcome to your BED Screener

This quick, 5 question screener will give you an opportunity to reflect on possible struggles you may experience with food and binge eating.  Click NEXT to start the screener.

 

Would you say that you eat more food than others in a short period of time? (eg 2 hours)?
Do you feel a lack of control around food, or feel like you cannot stop when eating?
Which of the following experiences apply to you? (Select all that apply)
Do you binge on foods that you have tried to avoid (eg foods cut out on a diet)?
Do you binge 1 (one) or more times in a week?
Does binging or your feelings about food interfere with your life?

Center For Discovery is excited to announce our 

2018 Binge Eating Disorder Programs!

Eight Week Programming | Three Days Per Week

Clients can enroll before, during, or after the start dates

Start Dates:

March 5th

September 4th

 June 4th

December 3rd

"What separates the Discovery Binge Eating Disorder program from others that I’ve seen is the intention in creating weight inclusive, safe spaces for brave work to occur.  Weight stigma and the trauma that results is often misunderstood or invalidated.  Our program embraces the lived experiences of our clients and uses Health at Every Size® and Intuitive Eating principles to help provide tools to heal relationships with food and body. At Discovery, we wanted to create a unique space for clients who struggle with binge eating disorder to do something truly brave; enter treatment, feel truly seen and find a life of recovery that embraces true embodiment." 

Aaron Flores, RDN

Center For Discovery Registered Dietitian
National BEDA keynote speaker (2016-2017)
HAES, Body Trust, and Intuitive Eating practitioner

What We Do

Understand that eating disorders come in all shapes, sizes, genders, and cultures

Promote recovery by changing behaviors associated with binge eating

Provide a safe space to help heal internalized weight stigma

Inspire clients to find their recovery voice

What We Don't Do

Judge an individuals health or eating disorder based on their body, gender or culture

Promote recovery through weight loss

Perpetuate implicit biases related to weight

Support one idea of what recovery looks like

Path To Peace With Food

Path To Peace With Food, founded on Intuitive Eating and mindfulness principles, is designed to bridge the gap between disordered and attuned eating.  Binges can be chaotic and leave one feeling out of control and disconnected from their body.  Path To Peace With Food teaches the skills to move toward compassion, awareness, and freedom.

Intuitive Eating

Intuitive Eating practices empower clients to trust their body’s hunger and fullness cues, instead of using external rules and numbers that come with dieting practices, to nourish their bodies.

Health at Every Size® (HAES)

HAES is a paradigm that supports individuals adopting healthy behaviors for well being and not for weight loss/management/control.

Weight Inclusive Approach

The Discovery Difference in treating Binge Eating Disorder is simple: Create an inclusive environment where all bodies are safe and free from judgement by clients and professionals alike.   

Preferred in-network provider for eating disorder treatment

Click here for self-pay and easy-pay financing options.  

Center For Discovery Outpatient Facilities 

Center For Discovery has outpatient facilities all across the country, where Certified Eating Disorder Therapists help provide eating disorder treatment through day programs, after school programs, and programs centered around your schedule.  Discovery Outpatient Facilities also offer free, weekly support groups that are open to everyone who may need support during their recovery.  

GREENWICH, CT | 7 Riversville Rd, Suite 2A

NEW HAVEN, CT | 900 Chapel Street, Suite 1101

BEVERLY HILLS, CA | 8484 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 510

DEL MAR, CA | 11455 El Camino Real, Suite 360

NEWPORT BEACH, CA | 1000 Quail Street, Suite 290 

PLEASANTON, CA | 5075 Hopyard Road, Suite 120

LOS ALAMITOS, CA | 4281 Katella Ave., Suite 131

ORLANDO, FL | 151 SouthHall Lane, Suite 175, Maitland, FL

PORTLAND, OR | 13221 SW 68th Pkwy., Suite 440

 

HOUSTON, TX | 8858 Katy Fwy., Suite 440

DALLAS, TX | 14800 Landmark Blvd., Suite 820

BELLEVUE, WA 11000 NE 33rd Pl., Suite 340

PLEASANTON, CA | 5075 Hopyard Rd., Suite 120

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL | 11300 Highway 1, Suite 150, North Palm Beach, FL

PARAMUS, NJ | 45 Eisenhower Dr., Suite 250

TAMPA, FL | 2111 W. Swann Ave, Ste 202

WOODLAND HILLS, CA | 21650 Oxnard St. Ste 2375

BRIDGEWATER, NJ | 745 Route 206, Ste 103

GREENWICH, CT | 7 Riversville Rd, Suite 2A

NEW HAVEN, CT | 900 Chapel Street, Suite 1101

BEVERLY HILLS, CA | 8484 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 510

DEL MAR, CA | 11455 El Camino Real, Suite 360

NEWPORT BEACH, CA | 1000 Quail Street, Suite 290 

PLEASANTON, CA | 5075 Hopyard Road, Suite 120

LOS ALAMITOS, CA | 4281 Katella Ave., Suite 131

ORLANDO, FL | 151 SouthHall Lane, Suite 175, Maitland, FL

PORTLAND, OR | 13221 SW 68th Pkwy., Suite 440

HOUSTON, TX | 8858 Katy Fwy., Suite 440

DALLAS, TX | 14800 Landmark Blvd., Suite 820

BELLEVUE, WA 11000 NE 33rd Pl., Suite 340

PLEASANTON, CA | 5075 Hopyard Rd., Suite 120

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL | 11300 Highway 1, Suite 150, North Palm Beach, FL

PARAMUS, NJ | 45 Eisenhower Dr., Suite 250

TAMPA, FL | 2111 W. Swann Ave, Ste 202

WOODLAND HILLS, CA | 21650 Oxnard St. Ste 2375

BRIDGEWATER, NJ | 745 Route 206, Ste 103

"[Center For Discovery’s] compassionate, individualized, collaborative approach really made me feel grateful and appreciative. For the first time ever in treatment, I felt like MY recovery and well-being actually mattered."

Olivia W.
Discovery Alumni

What does an outpatient treatment setting look and feel like?

At Center For Discovery, our outpatient programs are in safe, comfortable and spacious settings that help reinforces a supportive and warm atmosphere for treatment. We maintain an intimate setting where clients can receive the attention and care they deserve.

What might a typical day in outpatient treatment look like?

Each day is structured with various therapeutic activities all aimed towards healing and recovery. Upon entering treatment, you will be assigned an eating disorder therapist who will meet with you regularly for individual and family therapy sessions. In addition, you will work closely with a registered dietitian to develop an individualized meal plan to meet your dietary needs. Mealtimes take place in a nurturing environment, and they are always supported by dietary staff and other members of our team. The rest of the day will include a variety of evidence-based treatments, specialized therapies, and carefully designed therapeutic challenges to facilitate self-discovery and assist you with achieving your personal treatment goals. Some of these include:

  • Expressive Arts
  • Body Acceptance
  • Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) and Kitchen Skills
  • Mindfulness-Based Activities
  • Body Movement
  • Recreational Activities

How long is an outpatient treatment stay?

The length of outpatient treatment will vary from person to person and can depend on a variety of individual factors. Some of these factors can include:

  • Level of severity of the eating disorder
  • Medical complications
  • Accessibility to outside support and outpatient treatment

Outpatient treatment helps clients acquire the skills needed to return home so they can continue to move forward in their recovery. You will leave with a comprehensive aftercare plan and on-going support in place so that the process of healing can continue.

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