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Transitional Living Program

We are one of the few eating disorder treatment centers to offer a Transitional Living Program. As our patients step down from higher levels of care, they live in a substance-free, recovery-focused environment and receive ongoing clinical support at Oliver-Pyatt Centers. They participate in our Intensive Outpatient Program, and are given support and encouragement as they work on the essential life skills that will serve them well when they return to independent life. We believe this gradual progression allows our patients to embody their recovery more fully.

Treament Components

  • Supervised apartment living in a substance-free, recovery-focused environment
  • Developing: Self-care | Life skills | Self-responsibility, accountability, and integrity
  • Community connection through meaningful work, volunteerism or educational opportunities
  • Case management coordination
  • Individualized treatment plan
  • Supported grocery shopping, meals and restaurant outings
  • Cooking classes
  • Weekly individual psychotherapy
  • Including: Body image | Relapse prevention | Dialectical behavioral skills training | Mindful eating | Interpersonal process | Family and relationships
  • Individual nutrition therapy with Registered Dietitian
  • 12-step meetings in community for co-occurring addiction (as indicated)
  • Exposure to downtime

What you can expect to gain from transitional living

An improved ability to cope with anxiety, interpersonal conflict and eating disordered thoughts
A more relaxed and natural relationship with food
An increased ability to integrate mind and body, while gaining self-acceptance and improving body image
Continued exploration and reevaluation of your thoughts and feelings as you navigate the process of recovery and work toward developing healthier behaviors
 
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