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Einstein Healthcare Network offers two day treatment programs for eating disorders.
Our eating disorders program prescribes treatment according to need. We offer two types of outpatient treatment: partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient treatment. Both allow the patient to return home in the evening.
This type of treatment is designed for patients who have trouble functioning at home but do not need 24-hour care. This method can serve as an entry into treatment, a way to prevent inpatient treatment or as step-down care from an inpatient stay.
Many patients experience a reduction of symptoms after attending the partial hospitalization program for 15 days.
Patients meet weekly with the treatment team to discuss treatment planning and aftercare, which includes:
This type of treatment targets patients who may benefit from more support than weekly outpatient sessions but do not require the higher intensity of the Partial Hospitalization Program.
Patients usually attend Intensive Outpatient sessions five or fewer days per week. In addition, IOP patients are expected to meet with an individual therapist, family therapist or psychiatrist outside of the program.
Weekly meetings with the treatment team are held to discuss treatment planning and aftercare, which includes:
Nancy Curry, LSWDay Treatment Program CoordinatorPhone: 215-581-3825
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