Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery Program in Plymouth, MI
Are you a provider, family member, parent or an individual seeking help for an eating disorder?
We are here to help you. You may be in the initial stages of seeking help or may come to us with a team of specialists already in place looking to add to your recovery.
Our team of licensed clinical psychologists, registered dietitians and registered nurses specialize in children, teens and adults with eating disorders. We provide evidence-based treatment of the highest standards based on the most up-to-date research.
Every journey is unique. We will meet with you and/or your loved one as if you are one of our own to determine the best course of action for your individual situation.
Our Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery Program
McCaskill Family Services Eating Disorder Treatment and Recovery Program
Do you or your loved one need additional support working through eating disorder recovery? Our Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient (IOP) program is ideal for those who are medically stable and in need of additional structure and support than an outpatient level of care can provide. IOP provides meal planning, therapy, education, connection, support and guidance, all in a group atmosphere.
What happens during IOP?
Our intensive outpatient session meets 3 days each week for 3 hours per day. With our therapists, dietitians and nursing staff, clients will participate in daily group therapy, supervised meals, and educational sessions and have the option to add on individual sessions as needed with staff. Each client will also meet weekly with our nursing staff to monitor weight and vitals. Loved ones will have the option to attend our weekly Family Q&A sessions to speak directly to program staff.
Is Intensive Outpatient (IOP) the appropriate level of care right now?
Eating disorder treatment varies from weekly outpatient appointments to inpatient hospitalization. The IOP level of care is appropriate when the client is medically stable and cleared by their medical team, has fair motivation to recover, and is somewhat self-sufficient but needs additional structure and support at this phase in their recovery.
What eating disorders do you treat?
Our program treats anorexia nervosa, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa.
What if I already have a therapist or dietitian?
Our IOP staff will coordinate with each client’s current treatment team. Coordination of care will begin at intake and proceed throughout treatment.
What happens after IOP treatment concludes?
During IOP MFS staff will remain in contact with clients’ treatment team including physicians, psychiatrists, therapists, dietitians, coaches, schools, as needed to assist in coordination of care at program conclusion. If treatment staff determine a higher level of care may be necessary, they will consult with the client and/or family to determine the best course of action.
How do we begin?
All interested clients will need to be cleared for treatment by their physician and schedule an intake appointment with our staff at least 10 days in advance of their scheduled IOP start date. Intake appointments can be scheduled by contacting our office at 734.416.9098 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Open IOP Session: Monday, July 25 - Thursday, August 11, 2022
Are you concerned that you or your child may be exhibiting signs of an eating disorder, excessive exercise or body image concerns but aren’t sure if treatment is needed?
If you are reading this, you are not alone. Rather than continue to wonder, question, or watch patterns of eating, schedule a consultation appointment with one of our eating disorder specialists to discuss your concerns.
As a parent, you may be worried about addressing this topic with your child or teen in fear of making things worse or pushing them to hide their behaviors. Many parents attend this consultation appointment without their child to openly talk to the therapist in a confidential, supportive setting. Our therapist will listen, ask questions, and provide you with guidance as to the next steps, understanding the complexity of your individual situation and keeping the safety and security of your child’s physical and mental health in mind. If a more thorough evaluation is needed, we will walk you through the steps to helping you or your child get the best possible care.
To schedule a consultation appointment, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email email@example.com.
Our highly skilled licensed Psychologists and therapists specialize in self-esteem, eating disorders, body image concerns, coping skills, anxiety, and depression. We use empirically based treatment approaches (i.e., CBT-E, FBT, DBT, CBT, ACT, Mindfulness) and create individualized treatment plans specific to each client’s presenting concerns and comfort level.
Our psychologists are available to meet with patients of all ages on an individual or family basis for a broad range of presenting problems.
To schedule an appointment with one of our psychologists, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group therapy is an especially effective format for individuals presenting with eating disorders and/or body image difficulties. Our specialized therapists guide small groups discussions and activities to support each client’s path to recovery. Our groups provide a safe, supportive space to explore eating disorder symptoms and triggers, body image, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, relationships, and personal growth. We use components of empirically based treatment methods to facilitate growth and learning the skills necessary for optimal mental and physical health in daily living.
Next Adolescent Recovery Group starts Sept. 12, 2022 from 7:15 p.m. - 8:45p.m.
For more information on groups, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email email@example.com.
Our wonderful staff of Registered Dietitians, specializing in eating disorders and body image concerns, are available to meet with patients of all ages on an individual or family basis. Our dietitians are fully licensed in the State of Michigan and are HAES/ASDAH/Intuitive Eating aligned.
In addition to their work with our patients in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), our dietitians can provide:
- Nutritional counseling
- Formulation of individual meal plans, setting weekly goals and schedules, monitoring progress and collaborating with the treatment team.
- Education/support for families, support team, school, coaches, etc
- Meal Support
- Community educational presentations
To schedule an appointment with one of our registered dietitians beginning July 2022, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our highly skilled staff of Registered Nurses, specializing in eating disorders and body image concerns, are available to meet with patients of all ages on an individual or family basis.
In addition to their work with our patients in our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), our nurses are able to provide:
- Nursing assessments
- Medical record and labs review
- Ongoing consultation with treatment team including therapist, dietitian, physician, psychiatrist, physical therapist
- Education/counseling/support for clients’ families, support team, school, coaches, etc.
- Medical education presentations
To schedule an appointment with one of our registered nurses beginning July 2022, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email email@example.com.
As part of our intensive IOP program, we offer weekly parent support groups led by our therapists, nurses, and dietitians. Once your child is eligible and enrolled in our program, a schedule of in-person and Zoom parent support group sessions will be available to you.
For more information on our parent support groups open to the public, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is your teen struggling with a negative body image, disordered eating or excessive exercise? Through a combination of Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral techniques, along with the powerful effect of the horse-human connection, this focused equine assisted therapy group will teach strategies to help increase self-esteem and self-efficacy, build relationships, increase communication, manage anxiety and regulate emotions. This group is open to all teens ages 13-17. No horse experience is necessary. Concurrent individual therapy is recommended.
Sessions are weekly on Wednesdays from 7:15-8:45 pm. Next session starts on June 29th, 2022. Please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email email@example.com to register.
We offer presentations and workshops on diet culture, body image, disordered eating for:
- Community organizations
- Parent groups
- Dance studios
- Sports team
If you would like more information or would like us to do a presentation or run a workshop for your organization, please contact us at 734-416-9098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.