The Emily Program offers all levels of care for teenagers, from outpatient services to 24/7 residential treatment. Our compassionate staff understand the complexities that come with eating disorders and that no two teenagers are alike. Working with the teenager and their family, we establish a treatment plan that will fit each individual’s needs.
In this brief, Ask the Expert video by Mpls-St. Paul Magazine, Dr. Jillian Lampert discusses the signs and symptoms to watch for and how to get started.
We welcome concerned parents and guardians to call us at 1-888-EMILY-77 (364-5977) if you are worried about your teenager. We’ll help answer questions and guide you through how eating disorder treatment can look for your teen.
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We are sorry to announce that due to lack of registrations, the May 22nd free CEU event is canceled. If you are interested in learning more about this topic and/or The Emily Program services, please click here to contact our outreach team.
Join the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, AiR, and The Emily Program to learn effective approaches to treat clients with co-occurring disorders. Participants will also gain insight on the specialized care now available for nurses struggling with a substance use disorder, including how to recognize the signs and the resources available for help.
Do you ever wonder if your client is struggling with an eating disorder? Is it “bad enough” to refer to a specialist? What help is available for adolescents with eating disorders? How can you support an adolescent during their eating disorder treatment? These questions and more will be answered during Eating Disorders: Not Just a Teenage Phase.
Weight loss surgery is not a journey to be taken alone. The Pre/Post Gastric Bypass group can provide a safe forum to ask questions, gain insight, and receive support no matter what stage of the process you are in. Having others around you who are experiencing the same thing can be an invaluable resource. Throughout these groups we practice skills such as conflict resolution, distress tolerance, assertiveness, and self awareness. We offer two outpatient groups:
- Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00 AM
- Fridays from 8:00-9:00 AM
These weekly groups are held at 2265 Como Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108.
To get started or refer a client, contact Linnea Stevens at (651) 645-5323 ext. 2320.
Interested in all our group therapy options? Click here to check out the latest group catalogs, then speak with your therapist. They'll be able to help guide you about which groups might be best for you.
The Emily Program is here to help clients struggling with eating disorders, wherever they are from. We provide lodging options in Minnesota and Washington for adult women over 18 who require a higher level of care, but live a long distance from treatment. Partial plus Lodging is also an alternative for women who might feel their current home environment isn't conducive to recovery.
Watch the video to learn more about our Partial plus Lodging program.
With personalized treatment programs for all eating disorders, The Emily Program helps bring recovery closer than ever. Contact our lodging manager at 1-888-EMILY77 (364-5977) ext. 2220 for more information or to get started.
At The Emily Program we’re committed to:
- providing the best eating disorder treatment to our clients and families,
- improving and growing the programs and services we offer,
- staying current within the eating disorders, mental health, and healthcare fields,
- learning more about and adjusting our research-based practices to fit client needs as well as sharing our lessons and knowledge with other professionals.
We have an incredible amount of useful and exciting information to share about all of these things.
Eating disorders commonly present with other issues -- anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress, to name a few. Over the past few years we've been working with more and more individuals who struggle with an eating disorder and substance use.
Take Back the Tutu - Part 2February 27, 2014.
Eating Disorder Awareness Week is in full swing. There are many community and awareness events occurring this week. We were thrilled when Saint Paul City Ballet agreed to share their inspirational and courageous views of body image, and the idea that each and every person’s body is different. It’s important to embrace the body we have and take care of it. Our body is our body. It helps us do activities we enjoy and to move about our days. For these dancers, their bodies give them the ability to perform their art – ballet. And they vow to “Take Back the Tutu.”
Take Back the Tutu, Part 1February 25, 2014.
It’s Eating Disorder Awareness Week and we’re excited to share insight from dancers at Saint Paul City Ballet about being themselves and embracing their bodies for what they help them do – perform their art. This two part series will take you through the background of how “Taking Back the Tutu” came to be and share statements written by the nine dancers at the Company.
One week just isn’t enough time to highlight eating disorders awareness, so we’ve designated the entire month of February as Eating Disorder Awareness Month. The Emily Program and The Emily Program Foundation invite you to come out and participate in one (or all) of these events.
Join The Emily Program & The Retreat for Why Families Wait so Long to Intervene (on a loved one struggling with addiction). This is a complimentary breakfast and continuing education event being held on February 5, 2014.
Our Twin Cities Winter 2014 group catalog is now available in The Emily ProgramEating disorder outpatient group therapy Minneapolis-St. Paul catalog 2014 Minneapolis-St. Paul locations.
The outpatient group catalog is your guide to outpatient eating disorder group offerings for the next six months. Catalogs will be updated twice per year -- January and July. This means that you'll have more time to discuss groups of interest with your therapist. It also makes joining a group much easier since there aren't start and end dates for a majority of the groups.
We're looking forward to seeing everyone who registered for our December event. Due to the overwhelming response and interest a second date has been added for the Now What? Lunch & Learn. If you were unable to register for the December date, please sign up for January.
With the success of our September Onsite tour still lingering around us, we are excited to be continuing this program with our next visit taking place December 5th and 6th.
As a healthcare provider, answering questions and helping people that struggle with eating disorders is becoming increasingly common. You want solid facts. You want evidence-based practices. You want to make referrals with complete confidence.
Multiple Disorders and Intervention: Now What?
This opportunity is open to:
- Anyone working with clients who are presenting co-occurring disorders.
- Anyone working with families struggling to get help for a loved one suffering from an unclear behavioral health issue.
- Anyone seeking to gain more knowledge about the resources available for complex and challenging cases.
A complimentary lunch will be served and providers will receive one CE credit.
When: December 10 from 11:30am-1:30pm
Where: The Emily Program Woodbury
576 Bielenberg Dr, Suite 250, Woodbury, MN 55125