Ascend is proud to be an industry leader, providing comprehensive, innovative, and compassionate care for individuals with Eating Disorders.
The internationally renown Ascend team approaches eating disorders with multifaceted and evidence-based programing tailored to each person's needs. Because ED's may present in combination with other mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, addictions, or self-injury, these conditions may require longer term treatment
and intensive levels of care in order to sustain recovery.
Ascend offers a range of services for ED, nutrition and co-occuring conditions, including:
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Intensive Outpatient Psychotherapy (IOP)
- Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
- Support Groups
- Nutritional Support
Learn more about Ascend’s programs below, or contact us to speak with a member of our team directly.
LEVELS OF CARE
Licensed professionals provide compassionate care conducive to recovery. No Shame, no blame, no reprimand.
Intensive Outpatient Psychotherapy (IOP)
Small group (5-6 Members) support meeting three hours per day and three to six days per week, led by licensed professionals.
Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
Small group support held over 6 to 8 hours per day and available up to 6 days per week. Connection, support, compassion, and caring combined with coping skill development, experiential therapies and uniquely targeted care, all foster recovery.
Ascend offers support groups for:
Eating Disorder Recovery
Mood and Anxiety Management
Type I & II Diabetes Support for Adults & Teens
Post- Bariatric Surgery
ASCEND's Registered Dietitians provide thoughtful care, targeting personal goals and values. A full spectrum of nutritional support is available to proficiently address a variety of nutritional concerns. Our dietitians expertly adjust interventions and approaches as your needs evolve.
Respecting people of all sizes. Realizing unique individual nutritional needs. Appreciating nutrition as a vital component of good health, focus, energy, and well-being.
Individual Nutrition Consultation
Body Composition Analysis
Grocery Shopping Escort / EDU
Nutrition Related Excursions
Meal Preparation Instruction
For individuals who need an additional level of support, ASCEND has an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). IOP programs are scheduled 9 to12 hours weekly and 3 to 4 hours per day for each day attending. IOP may be ideal for individuals needing one or more of the following areas of support.
Transitioning Support - Individuals who are transitioning from more intensive care such as hospital, residential care, or partial hospitalization programming
Reassessing a Treatment Plan - Individuals whose current treatment may be insufficient to effect recovery
Co-Occurring Challenges - Individuals whose symptoms may be complex, long standing, or require more precisely targeted care
Additional Support - Individuals preferring additional support in order to sustain recovery