Nationally Recognized Program
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What We Treat
We treat anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder and other eating disorders as well as any co-occurring psychiatric or medical conditions.
Our Approach to Care
We believe full recovery is possible for everyone with an eating disorder. Our team strives to assist patients to increase their function and quality of life to the highest level possible.
Continuum of Care
We offer a full continuum of care designed to meet individual needs: including inpatient, partial hospitalization (day hospital), outpatient and full consultation services.
Thinking about Eating Disorders
Johns Hopkins experts answer key questions about what an eating disorders is, what can cause and sustain it, the role of body image, and how co-occurring psychiatric and medical conditions can impact treatment.
How We Treat Eating Disorders at Johns Hopkins Medicine
At John Hopkins, treatment for eating disorders occurs in a variety of settings: inpatient, partial hospitalization, off-campus residence and outpatient clinic. Program directors explain how the team uses a behavioral approach to intervention, treatment and recovery; the role of parents in treating young people; and how to think about being ready for treatment.
Thank you for intervening at a critical moment in my life. A year ago I believed recovery was impossible. I am truly amazed at what I have been able to accomplish with the help of your program. — patient
What you see in your child is this behavior that is irrational - you feel both helpless and to blame. The expert care we received at Johns Hopkins empowered my two daughters to fight their eating disorder and equipped our family with the tools to understand it and to help them succeed. — parent of patient