Learn about our Virtual Intensive Out Patient program!
Meeting Patients Where They Are and Guiding Them to Recovery
Eating Recovery Center is removing the barriers that can keep patients with anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders from receiving treatment. Through telebehavioral health programming, our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (Virtual IOP) now offers the same world-class care—and outcomes—as our in-person treatment centers of excellence, for patients who:

Live in locations with limited access to treatment

Have time constraints due to work, school or family obligations

Are reluctant to receive treatment in-person

Flexible, Individualized Treatment to Meet Patient Needs
With just a computer and internet connection, patients can participate in a comprehensive, guided eating disorder treatment program from their home, office, college dorm or other private place, no matter where they are in life or in their journey to recovery.

Led by our team of licensed, renowned professionals with extensive training in telebehavioral health ethics and delivery

Collaborative care teams – therapist, psychiatrist and dietician provide virtual online therapy and treatment

Small group sessions that allow patients to connect with peers and practice their skills in a supportive setting

Joint Commissioned Accredited Programs

Secure, encrypted software ensures therapy sessions are confidential and HIPAA compliant

Program offered in evening hours to accommodate busy schedules

Song: “Once Again” by Bensound

By: Eating Recovery Center
Title: Virtual Eating, Mood and Anxiety Disorder Treatment
Sourced From: www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF3Jei-nqjE

Eating Disorders Counselor of Portland – Food Is Not The Enemy
1235 Southeast Division Street
(360) 726-4141

Eating Disorders Help in Portland-Do you Suffer from Body Shame due to Binge Eating? Food Is Not The Enemy can Help with Over Eating Issues Caused by Trauma, Located in Portland, Or 97202 Call Anne Cuthbert-Licensed Professional Counselor for Private Eating Disorder Counseling at (503) 766-3399

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