Q&A: Casa Palmera Eating Disorder Treatment Center
Once a person decides to enter an eating disorder treatment center, choosing which center to enter is the next step. One bulimia and anorexia treatment center stands out thanks to its unique, holistic approach to both physical and behavioral therapy: Casa Palmera. The following Q&A aims to answer any questions a potential client might have about the center’s anorexia and bulimia treatment:
Q: What does treatment at the eating disorder treatment center involve?
A: Each client undergoes a treatment with four core areas: medical/psychological, lifestyle, mind/body and environment. In the medical/psychological core, each client – whether receiving bulimia or anorexia treatment – is evaluated and continuously monitored by medical professionals. Each client takes part in individual and group therapy, so that he or she may explore and work through the issues that lead to the need for anorexia or bulimia treatment in the first place.
In the lifestyle core, each client learns to maintain a balanced diet and to exercise regularly.
Stress management is also addressed in this core, as is incorporating spirituality into daily life for those clients who wish to do so.
In the mind/body core at the bulimia and anorexia treatment center, each client practices self-help methodologies such as meditation, yoga, tai chi and self-hypnosis. Clients also have access to therapeutic massage, homeopathy, nutritional supplements and acupuncture to further calm the mind and maintain a healthy body.
In the environment core, each client draws from the setting of Casa Palmera eating disorder treatment center itself. The center spans more than 37,000 square feet of Spanish-influenced architecture and expansive grounds in beautiful Del Mar, California.
Q: What are the accommodations at the bulimia and anorexia treatment center?
A: There are private rooms available, but also doubles for those who wish to share a room with another client. All of the rooms were designed by energy and Feng Shui specialists to complement the serene setting of the eating disorder treatment center.
Q: How long does anorexia or bulimia treatment last?
A: The minimum treatment at Casa Palmera is 30 days, with most clients staying an average of 90 days.
Q: Does the eating disorder treatment center accept insurance?
A: Yes. A client contacts his or her insurance company to determine coverage. For those in need who do not have coverage, Casa Palmera can offer external financing options.
Q: Can family visit during anorexia or bulimia treatment?
A: Yes. In fact, Casa Palmera incorporates family members into treatment with an intensive, three-day program that includes educational and therapy sessions.
Q: Are clients allowed to leave the eating disorder treatment center during their stay?
A: Supervised outings include nature walks, movies, grocery shopping, sporting events and other activities.
Q: How does a potential client begin the admission process?
A: Call 866-768-6719 to speak with a Casa Palmera counselor.
About Casa Palmera:
To learn more about the bulimia and anorexia treatment center, go to CasaPalmera.com, email email@example.com, or call the number listed above. Both the website and live counseling are available in English and Spanish. In addition to being an anorexia and bulimia treatment center, Casa Palmera treats chemical dependency as well.