Binge Eating Disorder Program
Binge eating disorder involves compulsively eating excessive amounts of food, often to the point of discomfort. It has a severe negative impact on physical and mental health. A professional eating disorder treatment program can help you develop control over your eating habits and the feelings of guilt and shame that often accompany binges.
Sanford Behavioral Health offers binge eating disorder treatment in Marne, Michigan, where we provide targeted care at all levels for various eating disorders, including binge eating disorders.
Give us a call today at 616.202.3326 to learn more about getting help with binge eating at Sanford Behavioral Health.
What to Expect from Our Binge Eating Disorder Treatment Program
Eating disorders are incredibly destructive, can cause irreparable harm to physical health, and often result in chronic or even fatal health conditions. The mental and emotional toll of an eating disorder is also substantial.
At Sanford Behavioral Health, alongside patients and their families, we work to create a treatment plan that leads to lasting recovery from binge eating disorder. Our effective programs and compassionate treatment team make it possible for patients to free themselves from the cycle of binge eating and develop a healthy relationship with food.
Full-Spectrum Care for Binge Eating Disorder
Sanford Behavioral Health offers all levels of care in our binge eating disorder treatment program. These include:
- Residential treatment
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
- Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
- Supportive housing
- Alumni and aftercare programs
As a behavioral health facility, we are also equipped to provide patients with treatment for co-occurring mental and behavioral health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, and substance use disorders.
Therapies Used in Our Programs
We help patients achieve wellness by taking a holistic approach to binge eating disorder treatment. Some of the many therapies offered at Sanford Behavioral Health include:
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Nature therapy
- Art therapy
- Mental health support
- Nutritional counseling
- Family education and support
Our patients participate in various traditional and experiential therapy models to ensure they have access to tools that can assist in eating disorder recovery.
Understanding Binge Eating Disorder
An individual who struggles with binge eating may find that the vast majority of their energy goes into thoughts, feelings, and actions related to food. It’s common to be consumed by stress, anxiety, and shame while battling the desire to binge.
Binge eating impacts a person’s self-esteem and results in a vicious cycle. Fighting the desire to binge creates stress. Binging may bring a sense of temporary relief, but guilt and stress return, only to be again relieved briefly during the next binge.
A professional binge eating disorder treatment program is needed to put a stop to this cycle. During treatment, our patients receive round-the-clock care and supervision, which helps them break out of the behaviors associated with binge eating.
As these behaviors are interrupted, therapies allow patients to gain insight into the dynamics of eating disorders and work on mental and emotional health concerns contributing to binging.
It takes time to overcome an eating disorder, but seeking professional help is the only way to achieve long-term recovery effectively.
Binge Eating Treatment at Sanford Behavioral Health
Sanford Behavioral Health is a mental and behavioral health treatment center where our main focus is to help individuals achieve a new, healthier way of living. Our binge eating disorder treatment in Marne, Michigan, provides all levels of care, from inpatient treatment to long-term alumni support.
If you or a loved one struggle with an eating disorder, asking for help today is the first step toward a happier, healthier lifestyle. Contact us today at 616.202.3326 to learn more about getting help with binge eating disorder at Sanford Behavioral Health.