Selah’s focus is on higher levels of care and offering a clear step-down process so that clients don’t feel abandoned after returning home. Our programs range from intensive hospitalization to a semi-structured treatment plan where clients are able to practice recovery outside of a controlled treatment environment. All three programs are individualized based on client needs and offer a variety of individual and group therapies contributing to overall health and wellness, and ultimately recovery. Treatment is available for women and girls battling anorexia, bulimia, and other co-occurring disorders.
A key to sustained eating disorder recovery is a comprehensive step-down plan
Selah offers multiple levels of care, from partial-hospitalization support to full-time residential treatment, and a step-down process for a stable transition into aftercare. All programs are individualized and set up by our team to meet the unique needs of each of our clients.
Our Inpatient program adapts to the specific needs of each woman and girl at Selah House in order to best lead them to full and lasting recovery. Care is 24-hours per day regarding medical stabilization, weight restoration, and psychiatric support. A variety of individual and group therapies contribute to improving the overall health and well-being of each client.
Our Residential program offers 24-hour care via medical and psychiatric supervision. During the day, clients progress through their individualized treatment plans, including group and individual therapy sessions, a wide variety of therapeutic activities such as equine therapy, and comprehensive nutritional support.
Understand more about the signs and symptoms.
Anorexia is a psychological disorder which can produce many medical problems. It can also be considered “out-of-control” dieting.
People with bulimia binge uncontrollably on large amounts of food and then purge the calories out of their bodies through vomiting, starving, excessive exercise, laxatives, or other methods.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is when someone is preoccupied with a defect in their appearance. This defect is either minor or imagined and causes great distress to the person.
Compulsive exercise is also known as exercise dependence, exercise addiction, obligatory exercise, exercise abuse, and anorexia athletica. However, compulsive exercise does not have to signify an eating disorder.
Otherwise Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED)
People with OSFED have some but not all of the symptoms of anorexia or bulimia.
Indiana Eating Disorder Treatment Programs at Selah
At Selah, our Indiana eating disorder treatment programs are proven to be effective with successful outcomes. Moreover, we offer custom treatment plans for each individual. For example, these programs may include:
For more information about our Indiana eating disorder treatment programs, contact us today at 866-324-8081.