About Selah House
As a part of Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare, Selah House’s success is built on a foundation of evidence-based treatment that prepares adolescent and adult women, ages 12 and older, for sustained recovery.
We offer a unique Christ-centered environment that meets each person where they are without judgement, regardless of personal beliefs.
Our multidisciplinary treatment team utilizes a comprehensive, evidence-based approach that incorporates individual, family, and group therapies. Our healing environment is designed to meet the medical, nutritional, psychological, spiritual, social, and emotional needs of each client. Individualized treatment plans, developed in collaboration with our clients and their families, empower sustainable progress on each client’s road to recovery.
Why Selah House?
Our experienced and highly credentialled clinical team provides evidence-based, high-quality care to clients suffering from eating disorders.
All levels of care are fully accredited at the highest level through CARF, demonstrating our commitment to providing the highest levels of quality care.
Expansive grounds, a home-like environment, and faith-based programming set Selah House apart.
Clinically Excellent Eating Disorder
Treatment Informed By Research
Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-24)
Selah House uses BASIS-24 to identify a wide range of symptoms across the diagnostic spectrum. Using a five-point Likert scale, the 24 questions are scored using a weighted average algorithm that gives an overall score and scores for six subscales that cover the following domains: depression, relationships, self-harm, emotional liability, psychosis, and substance abuse. The questionnaire was administered at admission, mid-treatment or every 30 days, and again at discharge.
Additionally, Selah House uses EAT-26, a leading standardized self-report measure of eating disorder symptoms and concerns. Using a six-point Likert scale in conjunction with additional measures assessing behavioral symptoms and body mass index (BMI), the assessment gives an overall score and scores for three subscales. The subscales cover the following domains: dieting which measures how much someone, motivated by a desire to be thinner, scrutinizes calorie content, carbohydrates, and sugar content, Bulimia and Food Preoccupation which assesses someone’s tendency to purge after meals and excessive food-related thinking, and Oral Control which identifies a person’s tendency toward needing less self-control over their eating.
EAT-26 Subscale Interpretation Guide
- Dieting – How much someone, motivated by a desire to be thinner, scrutinizes calorie content, carbohydrates, and sugar content.
- Bulimia and Food Preoccupation – Someone’s tendency to purge after meals and excessive food-related thinking.
- Oral Control – A person’s tendency toward needing less self-control over their eating.
2022 Client Demographics
Selah House’s Residential Services
At Selah House, we meet clients where they are in their recovery and provide the necessary therapeutic techniques to empower sustainable freedom. Our credentialed and experienced clinical teams help clients recover by creating individualized treatment plans consisting of various evidence-based treatment modalities.
2022 Clinical Outcomes (EAT-26)
Overall Reduction in
Bulimia and Food Preoccupation