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Help That Heals

Balance Health & Healing brings Hope

Eating disorders are devastating illnesses that rob identity, hope, and health. And they never show up alone. Often accompanied by other significant mental and physical health concerns, eating disorders require specialized treatment by experts committed to professional collaboration and comprehensive recovery.

Find out more about our treatment services here.

Now Offering Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) includes ketamine as an important component of time-focused but comprehensive treatment designed to alleviate symptoms, improve functioning, and facilitate your consistent efforts in therapy and daily living.

KAP opens a window of opportunity where you can get more traction in making meaningful changes, such as challenging problematic thinking, overcoming undermining behaviors, strengthening a mindfulness practice, and developing habits that facilitate emotional regulation and a greater sense of well-being.

5 Steps to Build Hope & Confidence in Eating Recovery

With so much information coming at you about eating recovery, you may feel overwhelmed. Or maybe you feel misunderstood or not seen by others.

We understand that it can be hard to know how to start your journey back to yourself, which is why we created this FREE RESOURCE to help you build confidence in eating recovery.

We know you can thrive and take your power back.

On The Right Track: Teen Group

Nobody can recover from an eating disorder without support. Group therapy is a place where you can connect with people who understand what it’s like to be struggling with an eating disorder. In group, we work on supporting each other through eating disorder recovery, body image struggles, relationship challenges, and other difficulties that life brings.

How we can help

Balance Health & Healing is committed to helping you lead a life of value and meaning, and will collaborate closely with you to determine an appropriate treatment plan that meets your unique needs and desires.

Learn more about our team here.

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