If you or a loved one are struggling with an eating disorder, Rogers Behavioral Health offers a demonstrated commitment to quality, innovation and successful outcomes that has helped thousands on their road to resilience.
We provide eating disorder programming for adolescents ages 12 to 17 and adults. For children ages 6 to 12 with disordered eating, comprehensive treatment is also available at our Child Center residential program.
We offer you:
- Expertise in treating the many facets of eating disorders along with the complexity of co-occurring disorders
- Leadership in residential care for more than 30 years, including pioneering dedication to males since 1997
- A cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach with an emphasis on graduated exposure and response prevention (ERP)
- Programming for children, teens and adults at multiple locations across the country
- A strong emphasis on experiential therapy, including horticultural, recreational and art therapy
- An eating disorders program known for leading the way in measuring—and demonstrating—statistically significant outcomes following treatment
- Each child, teen and adult enrolled in our physician-directed eating disorders programs receives:
- Nutritional rehabilitation and weight restoration
- Psychiatric, medical, nursing and nutritional assessments, as well as social services
- Empirically supported treatment interventions for the full range of eating disorders, including complex and co-occurring disorders
- Comprehensive, individualized treatment plans, including patient and family education
What We Treat
Our experienced and dedicated multidisciplinary team works together to treat you or your loved one with an individualized treatment plan for:
- anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa
- body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)
- unspecified eating disorders, such as orthorexia nervosa and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID)
- eating disorders in conjunction with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety disorders, depression, substance abuse or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), body-focused repetitive behavioral (BFRB) disorders, such as hair-pulling and skin-picking
Your Treatment Team
Brad E.R. Smith, MD, medical director of eating disorder services, is a full-time psychiatrist who is board-certified in adult psychiatry and forensic psychiatry, specializing in the assessment and treatment of eating disorders and other complex or multiple mental health diagnoses.
Your caring and compassionate team of providers includes board-certified psychiatrists, an internal medicine physician, a clinical psychologist, social workers and counselors, behavioral specialists, registered nurses, registered dietitians, experiential therapists and more, all helping you work towards resilience and recovery.
Our Treatment Approach
Your team at Rogers focuses on helping you or your loved one:
- achieve nutritional stabilization
- identify and correct unhelpful thinking and behavior patterns related to eating, body image or exercise
- effectively address co-occurring conditions
- build resilience for long-term recovery
Rogers’ eating disorders programs use an intensive CBT model, addressing unhelpful behavior and thinking, with an emphasis in graduated exposure and response prevention (ERP), in addition to medical management.
With ERP, you will work with your entire treatment team to face challenges that may relate to eating, body image, your interaction with food itself and more. Behavioral activation helps those with co-morbid mood disorders re-engage in life while experiential therapy can help you connect and express your thoughts in many ways. We encourage family involvement at all levels of care.
Rogers provides children, teens and adults access to a continuum of care to support you on your journey.
Inpatient care: For acute, around-the-clock medical stabilization, with dedicated units for adults and adolescents; at Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc
- Eating Disorder Center: Separate tracks and housing for adolescents and adults; programming for males; stays average 45 to 60 days
- Child Center: For disordered eating, among those age 6-12
Partial hospital programs (PHP): six hours per day, five days per week
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP): three hours per day, five days per week
After completing a free screening, a team of professionals will help determine which program and level of care will best address your behavioral health needs.
Whether you look at outcomes, expertise or the long-held commitment Rogers has had in treating eating disorders, Rogers is one of the best, quality options for care today.
More than 10,000 patients have rediscovered hope through their journey at Rogers. We have the history, and the outcomes, to be your resource for eating disorder treatment.