Why Choose Geode Health for Eating Disorder Treatment in Chicago (Hyde Park)?
At Geode Health, our commitment is unwavering in delivering compassionate and effective eating disorder treatment that propels recovery and instills lasting positive change. Our seasoned therapists establish a supportive environment for individuals navigating the complexities of disordered eating.
Choose Geode Health for cutting-edge eating disorder treatment in Chicago (Hyde Park) that transcends conventional approaches. Our therapists prioritize personalized care, employing evidence-based practices to guide your journey towards a healthier relationship with food, body image, and overall well-being.
Our providers in Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)
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In-person or online appointments available with our providers in Chicago, IL (Hyde Park)
In contrast to numerous “virtual-only” mental healthcare providers today, Geode Health has a physical presence in the communities we serve. This presence enables us to conduct in-person monitoring for patients with complex needs, safely prescribe medications that others can’t, and provide access to the latest treatments.
Additionally, for added convenience, we offer the option to connect with providers online via secure video visits. Both visit types are easily bookable and manageable online, with availability within a week or less.
Frequently Asked Questions About Eating Disorders
Eating disorder treatment at Geode Health represents a specialized form of care meticulously crafted to address the physical, emotional, and psychological facets of disordered eating. Anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder—our therapists collaboratively work with individuals to devise a comprehensive treatment plan fostering recovery.
Geode Health provides personalized eating disorder treatment tailored to address various conditions, including anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Our therapists employ evidence-based approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), to cultivate healthier relationships with food, body image, and overall well-being.
Our eating disorder treatment encompasses a range of therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), support groups, and family therapy. These approaches address the complex factors contributing to disordered eating behaviors.
Yes, Geode Health provides outpatient eating disorder treatment allowing individuals to receive comprehensive care while maintaining their daily routines. Our therapists work collaboratively with clients to support their journey to recovery.
Absolutely. At Geode Health, our therapists undergo training to address mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and trauma often associated with eating disorders. Our comprehensive care at Geode Health is designed to tackle the interconnected nature of mental health concerns.
Geode Health empowers individuals to develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies through personalized therapy sessions, nutritional counseling, and support groups. Our goal is to nurture positive changes in attitudes and behaviors surrounding food and body image.
Yes, family therapy is an integral component of eating disorder treatment at Geode Health. We recognize the importance of involving family members in the recovery process to create a supportive environment for lasting positive change.
To access eating disorder treatment at Geode Health, individuals can reach out to our intake team for a confidential assessment. Our team will work with you to match you with a licensed professional experienced in eating disorder care.
Bulimia nervosa is a mental health condition characterized by cycles of binging (eating a large amount of food in a short period of time) and purging (getting rid of the food by vomiting, using laxatives, or exercising excessively). People with bulimia may be normal weight, underweight, or overweight. The condition can be very harmful to physical and mental health.