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Education for Family Caregivers

Becky Henry​ is trained as a Certified, Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), ACC and provides radical support for caregivers to become effective guides for their loved one in eating disorder recovery. In this post, Becky discusses Education for Family Caregivers...

What Are Co-Occurring Disorders?

Experiencing co-occurring disorders, such as having an eating disorder along with PTSD, happens more frequently than many people may realize. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), there is a high correlation between...

Disordered Body Image in Adolescent Eating Disorder Treatment

In the United States alone, as many as 10 out of 100 young girls and women have been diagnosed with an eating disorder. The causes of eating disorders in adolescence are many, including biological factors, genetics, and environment; additionally, a disordered body...

8 Benefits of Inpatient Psychiatric Care

For people diagnosed with eating disorders, psychiatric care is often the primary treatment offered by treatment centers. Whether conducted by a certified psychiatrist, or in the form of various therapies offered by certified therapists, mental health treatments are a...

Summer at Clementine

With the summer in full swing, parents and families may find themselves looking for programs that will help treat and prepare their children before they had back to school in the fall. At Clementine, we offer programs that incorporate highly personalized medical,...

Eating Disorder Counseling: The Whats, Whys, and Hows

Eating disorders like anorexia nervosa are more complex than they might seem on the surface. Indeed, even though the sentiment concerning the best treatment options is changing to a more inclusive attitude, there are still many families and loved ones of individuals...

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  • The level system at Clementine was created to demonstrate clear markers of progress along multidimensional domains of treatment. Each level is structured with certain privileges and ways to challenge the eating disorder through activities, assignments and collaboration. Designed for adolescents to gradually take increased responsibility with food, thoughts and feelings as they progresses in treatment, the Level System supports development of personal responsibility while allowing the treatment team, family, outpatient providers to “speak the same language”. #ClemPrograms #QualityCare

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