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There’s Help. There’s Hope! The Emily Program is a warm and welcoming place where individuals and their families can find comprehensive treatment for eating disorders and related issues. This blog is a place for us to share the latest happenings at The Emily Program, as well as helpful tidbits from the broader eating disorder community.

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Adolescent Intensive Day Program Opening in St. Louis Park, MN

May 23, 2017.
  • Adolescents at The Emily Program

    The Emily Program in St. Louis Park, MN is launching an adolescent intensive day program (AIDP) on June 5th. The AIDP will expand levels of care at the site, which currently offers an intensive outpatient program and outpatient group for adolescents. 

    Therapist/social worker Alex Montes shared some details about adolescent treatment at The Emily Program and the new intensive day program.

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Fitness Trackers and Disordered Eating

May 18, 2017. Read more

Integrated Program for Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorders

May 10, 2017.
  • Woodbury LargeGroup v1 sml IIDP

    Many individuals with an eating disorder also struggle with alcohol and drugs. The co-occurrence of eating disorders and substance use disorders may have profound negative effects on health and quality of life. Because the relationship between the two conditions is complex and intertwined, The Emily Program has designed a program that addresses the eating disorders and substance use disorder at the same time. Dr. Jason Reed, Director of the Integrated Eating Disorder/Substance Use Disorder (ED/SUD) program, answers a few questions for us about the program's philosophy and structure.

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Intensive Outpatient Program for Binge Eating Disorder in Spokane

May 09, 2017.
  • A closer look BED IOP2

    Binge eating disorder is the most prevalent eating disorder in the US, affecting an estimated 3-5% American adults. Binge eating disorder can have serious consequences, including cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure/cholesterol, adult onset diabetes, social isolation, anxiety, and depression. However, many of those impacted do not receive treatment. 

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