High staff-to-patient ratios at Selah House significantly improve the recovery process.
Each person works with her primary therapist to develop an individualized treatment plan. A combination of treatment modalities and a safe, loving environment are utilized in both individual and group formats to effectively address each client’s specific set of needs and goals. Therapies impact physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health aspects during the process of recovery from eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Experiential Therapies
- Equine Assisted Curriculum
- Family Therapy and Education
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Therapeutic Art Activities and Art Journaling
- Body Image Improvement Workshops
- Groups Addressing Impact of Spiritual Issues on Recovery
- Ongoing Medical Assessment and Treatment as Needed
- Ongoing Psychiatric Assessment and Monitoring
- 6 Individual Therapy Sessions and 15 Focused Groups per Week
- Teaching of Positive Recreational and Social Habits
- 24-hour Nursing and Support Staff
- Safe, Encouraging, Loving Environment