With locations outside Cleveland in Beachwood, Fairlawn, Rocky River and Strongsville, Ohio, The Hull Institute is a broad organization that offers flexible, outpatient-based counseling for clients struggling with mental health issues and co-occurring disorders. While the majority of the programs are focused on dealing with mental illness and eating disorders, clients struggling with addiction are welcome to attend as well. Though all plans are individualized, both outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) are available for a variety of needs.
Treatment and Staff
Before beginning treatment, all clients go through an initial intake and assessment process to help the staff determine their needs. As an outpatient-only facility, those in need of medical stabilization or detox services will need to seek help elsewhere before attending (though referrals can be provided as necessary).
Once stabilized, clients can begin attending an outpatient plan of their own design. Still, each program generally includes both individual and group therapy with various evidence-based treatment practices including CBT, DBT and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), though the specific modalities may vary by practitioner. In addition to the clinical practices mentioned above, the organization also incorporates holistic methods including art therapy, yoga, meditation and mindfulness training. Because many of the programs deal explicitly with eating disorders, clients can also attend educational workshops and nutritional counseling whenever necessary. As mentioned, dual diagnosis support is available whenever necessary. While 12-step participation is not always required, clients can be referred to nearby meetings upon request (and meetings are sometimes hosted on-site as well).
The staff at the Hull Institute consists of nutritionists, dietitians, LCSWs, LPCs, LMFTs and additional Master’s and PhD-level clinicians.
The Hull Institute also offers LGBTQ-sensitive counseling, rotating workshops and marriage and family therapy. Specialized neurofeedback sessions are also available. As mentioned, the organization sometimes hosts 12-step related meetings on-site as well. Finally, special intervention planning aid is also available whenever necessary. Those who complete primary care can also work with staff members to develop stepped down aftercare plans as necessary.
Overall, The Hull Institute provides flexible and multi-faceted treatment programs for clients struggling with eating disorders, addiction and other co-occurring issues. Treatment plans are individualized and include evidence-based therapy, psychoeducational groups, holistic care and other support services as needed. Though the cost of treatment varies by insurance and program specifics, The Hull Institute remains a strong resource for clients in the area.
The Hull Institute
23215 Commerce Park #205B
Beachwood, OH 44122
3550 Ridgewood Rd
Fairlawn, OH 44333
20525 Center Ridge Rd, Ste 502
Rocky River, OH 44116
21211 Drake Rd
Strongsville, OH 44149
The Hull Institute Cost: Varies by insurance; call for cost. Reach The Hull Institute by phone at (216) 407-6278 or by email at [email protected]. Find The Hull Institute on Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram
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