For the convenience of our clients, The Emily Program has added a new member to our scheduling staff - a live phone operator. It is our goal to provide the best service and support to our clients. We believe exceptional service starts with having a real-time conversation with staff upon calling The Emily Program.
Our Operator will help to better facilitate the flow of phone traffic coming into our office. We expect that most calls will be picked up by the operator, however, as this is a new process clients may occasionally reach our automated system if all lines are busy. We ask that clients and their families have patience as we work to get this new service up and running.
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Five new Yoga & Body Image groups will begin this month in The Emily Program’s St. Paul and St. Louis Park offices.Yoga & Meditation
In many instances eating disorders and body image issues are intimately linked. For many people who have an eating disorder, anxiety, worry, and pre-occupation with body image are also a part of their struggle. Recognizing this link and working on one’s body image can play a critical role in recovery from an eating disorder.
In 2008, Congress passed the The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equality Act (MHPAEA) which requires health insurance companies to provide the same coverage for the treatment of mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders as is covered for physical health problems – including reasonable co-pays and deductibles. This bill was signed into law by former president George W. Bush. Now, almost four years later, progress on the implementation of the bill has slowed.
The Emily Program is excited to announce the launch of a new outpatient group therapy schedule beginning June 1.
All Things COE is an group therapy option for clients at The Emily Program with Compulsive Overeating (COE) and Bing-Eating Disorder (BED) diagnoses. This ongoing group is designed to connect COE/BED clients with others and provide additional support and education around topics that affect those with COE/BED and their loved ones.