With facilities in Herndon and Charlottesville, Virginia, Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center is a behavioral health organization specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and related dual diagnosis issues. All treatment is outpatient-based with different program intensities including Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP). The facility offers treatment for issues including anorexia, bulimia, EDNOS, ARFID and Binge Eating Disorder.
Treatment and Staff
Before beginning a program, all clients go through an initial intake and assessment process to help staff members determine their needs. As an outpatient facility, those in need of medical detox or stabilization may need to seek these services elsewhere before continuing onto treatment. Once accepted, participants can attend either PHP, which includes thorough psychiatric oversight and meets from 8 am to 3 pm, or IOP, which provides more flexibility and typically meets for three hours a day, three times a week.
In either case, both care plans feature individual and group therapy rooted in evidence-based treatment practices such as CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). In addition to these clinical approaches, the organization also offers a range of holistic care practices as well including yoga, meditation, acupuncture, aromatherapy, Tai Chi, mindfulness training, art therapy and equine therapy in some cases. As an eating disorder focused program, all clients also work with counselors to learn nutrition, cooking skills and healthy body image. Exposure therapy is also used to help participants overcome any food fears they may have.
Other special services include Christian counseling and family therapy whenever necessary. All programs also feature psychiatric support and nursing services (though PHP tends to be more intensive); as such, dual diagnosis support and medication management are also available. While 12-step participation is generally not required in these programs, it may be encouraged in some cases with referrals provided.
The staff at Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center consists of LCSWs, CEDS, RDs, LPCs, RDNs, nurses and additional Master’s-level clinicians.
The above programs are open to men, women, adolescents and adults alike. The organization also offers a comprehensive family program, which can include special groups for issues between siblings. Finally, participants who complete a care plan can also work with the staff to develop stepped down aftercare and discharge plans as necessary.
Overall, Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center is a well-rounded program offering outpatient care for eating disorders to a wide range of clients. Treatment plans are customizable and include evidence-based therapy, holistic support groups, nutritional education and plenty of flexibility. Though the cost of each treatment plan may vary depending on each client’s insurance, Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center remains a strong resource worth considering for those in the area.
Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center
1031 Sterling Rd, Ste 203
Herndon, VA 20170
709 A West Main St
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center Cost: Varies by insurance; call for cost. Reach Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center by phone at (434) 326-4577 or by email at [email protected]. Find Prosperity Eating Disorders and Wellness Center on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
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