Our Approach

our approach

Our multi-pronged approach

Our conviction is that complete recovery from an eating disorder necessitates addressing not only food-related behaviors but the entirety of the individual. Our phased approach centers on the following:


Stabilization involves achieving balance in physical and emotional health to lay the groundwork for recovery.

Maintaining factors

Maintaining factors are elements that contribute to the perpetuation of an eating disorder, hindering progress towards recovery.

Life integration

Life integration involves incorporating recovery principles into daily life, allowing individuals to pursue their goals and interests while maintaining their progress in recovery.


1. Stabilization

We assist you in establishing a foundation for recovery through the following:

  • Nutritional stabilization
  • Symptom management
  • Weight restoration (if needed)
  • Targeted therapeutic exposures addressing eating disorder triggers (e.g., fear foods, grocery shopping)
  • Reducing isolation
  • Empowering the recovery-oriented aspect within you

2. Maintaining factors

While stabilization marks a pivotal initial stage, it merely initiates the journey.

Maintaining factors encompass a blend of characteristics, temperament, internal and external stressors, and concurrent mental health conditions that sustain the eating disorder. Examples of maintaining factors comprise, but are not restricted to:

  • Perfectionism
  • Cognitive inflexibility
  • Obsessionality
  • Beliefs about positive function of eating disorder
  • Experiential avoidance
  • Over-evaluation on weight and shape
  • Difficulty tolerating negative emotions, conflict resolution, social anxiety, perceived inability to handle distress and discomfort, etc.
  • Co-occurring anxiety, OCD, & mood disorders
  • PTSD and complex trauma
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Integrating recovery & life

3. Integrating recovery & life

Finally, we partner with you to instill hope for the future. We walk alongside you to help you achieve the following:

  • Maintain meal plan compliance while managing daily structure
  • Increase internal motivation and accountability to self
  • Practice mindfulness and self-care
  • Stay engaged in recovery
  • Manage daily stressors utilizing new coping skills instead of defaulting to eating disorder behaviors
  • Utilize executive functioning skills to attend appointments, adhere to medication plans, and address educational and occupational goals causing anxiety
  • Create a full life that frees you from the constraints of the eating disorder

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(307) 288-6455

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30 N Gould St Ste R Sheridan, WY 82801