Residential treatment is for patients who need 24-hour per day support and structure so they can focus on their recovery without distractions and stress of life at home and work. Residential treatment offers patients the opportunity to learn and practice skills that will help them continue their recovery in a lower level of care.
Bright Road Recovery’s RTC home is located in a quiet neighborhood near our outpatient program. Our home is comfortably furnished and staffed with kind and warm professionals. Like the other Bright Road Recovery programs, our residential treatment program is small and intimate, to make sure you will receive the attention and care you need. Our program has a maximum of 6 residents, with no more than 2 individuals per bedroom.
Patients attending our residential program engage in a regular schedule of therapy sessions, meals, and have self-care responsibilities. To provide structure and containment, each day is structured from wake up times through bedtimes, with therapy and relaxation times scheduled throughout the day.
We work to help you identify the root cause related to your eating disorder, not just address eating disorder thoughts and behaviors. Our experienced clinical staff conducts a thorough assessment, in order to create a plan for each patient to create a recovery plan specific to their needs. Our multidisciplinary team approach promotes whole, person-centered healing.
Therapeutic sessions are provided through a variety of modalities. Individual and group therapists provide therapy and counseling based on patient need, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), yoga, nutrition education groups and individual nutrition counseling. Our patients participate in an average of 5-8 hours of therapy each day. Because our patients are working hard in therapy, we also make sure to provide plenty of time to rest, reflect and recharge.
Residential Treatment Center program may be right for adult women who are experiencing and eating disorder and: