To create successful and lasting recovery for patients with eating disorders you need a strong, experienced and compassionate team. The impact extends far beyond the individual – it extends to families, friends, and even health care providers. All are critical participants in EDCare’s team approach to creating recovery, and each needs expert advice and caring support.
Want to help raise eating disorder awareness in the community? Join EDCare at the Kansas City, MO NEDA Walk on August 26th or the Denver, CO NEDA Walk on September 24th.
EDC Announces Name Change to EDCare and New Website
The Eating Disorder Center of Denver, Kansas City, and Colorado Springs has officially changed its company name to EDCare.
EDCare welcomes Helene Simons, Psy.D. as our new EIOP Coordinator. Learn more about Dr. Simons and our empowerment-based Evening Intensive Outpatient Program.
More Permanent Change
We treat patients over the age of 18 with evidence-based methods proven to help patients successfully engage in recovery, and reduce the occurrence of relapse. We get to the root of eating disorder triggers, even in the most complex cases. Our comprehensive treatment team includes board-certified psychiatrists, primary therapists, registered dietitians, family therapists, and milieu therapists. Within 48 hours of admission, patients are implementing evidence-based treatment plans designed to fit their unique needs.
Our proprietary treatment approach empowers patients through Connection, Acceptance, Mindfulness, Sense of Self, and Action (CAMSA®). EDCare’s approach includes the patient, their family, and their health care providers. By understanding the biological, psychological, social and spiritual issues that contribute to the eating disorder, patients can experience long-term recovery.
Flexible Treatment Options
Our compassionate experts deliver private care in three locations. Flexible treatment options help patients at every step on the path to recovery:
Evening Intensive Outpatient
for patients who need more than outpatient care and need more structured support
providing ongoing support through both in-house and outside treatment providers