New Perspectives
New Perspectives

Jun 9, 2010, 10:37

Lake Forest, California
Rebecca Cooper

Rebecca's House offers women ages 18 and over several different options for intervention and healing through their eating disorder treatment program, treating those who struggle with bulimia, anorexia, food addictions, binge eating and overeating. In addition, Rebecca's House works with those who have the addition of drug and alcohol abuse with their eating disorders. Programs available include residential sober living, women's sober living, women's outpatient programs, adolescent girls (ages 12-18) outpatient program, men's eating disorder outpatient program, Diets Don't Work® Structured Program, in addition to individual therapy, family support groups and aftercare groups.

Rebecca Cooper, founder of Rebecca's House, is also the president of several eating disorder outpatient programs, a licensed marriage and family therapist, MA in Clinical Psychology, IAEDP Chair President in Orange County, CA, a certified eating disorder specialist and author of Diets Don't Work®. Rebecca's House is accredited by the Joint Commission and a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.

Clients who enter Rebecca's House need structure and direction for their recovery or have completed another "in patient" treatment program and need help in transitioning back to their lives. In their home like setting, clients participate in group therapy, weekly individual therapy, family education sessions and therapy, weekly sessions with the registered dietician and nutrition education groups. Treatment also includes meditation, exercise addiction education, body image therapy and 12 step support group meetings.

Rebecca's House is located minutes from the Pacific Ocean's, Laguna Beach and offers its clients several activities on site including a gym, flower gardens and vegetable garden, a Jacuzzi and sauna, a pool, meditation cottage and outdoor fire circle.

[This information came from Rebecca's House website.]

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