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Binge Eating Disorder Intensive Day Treatment Programs

Overview

These intensive programs are designed for individuals with Binge Eating Disorder who require more structure and supervision than can be provided in an outpatient setting.

CHEAR offers two unique, cutting-edge and evidence-based programs that utilize and integrate:

  • Brain activity and responses
  • Biological, emotional, social and environmental reasons for binge eating
  • Improving sensitivity to hunger signals
  • Developing inhibition to high-calorie, highly-craved foods
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

The CHEAR Difference

These programs use research based methods to help patients train their brain to reduce binge eating. Patients will learn:

  • How to improve sensitivity to hunger signals
  • How to develop inhibition to foods that are beyond their caloric needs
  • How to resist giving into cravings and urges to binge eat.
  • Skills to reduce binge eating and effectively cope with underlying emotions.
  • Ways to improve your nutrition and physical activity to promote overall health

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Patients in our IOP program attend 3 hours of program 3 days per week on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-6:30pm.

Program Includes:

  • 1-2 therapy groups/day
  • 1 meal/day
  • Hunger and craving training
  • Individual and family therapy as needed

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Patients in our PHP program attend 6 hours of program 5 days per week: Monday-Friday from 12:30-6:30pm. PHP offers a structured environment for recovery while enabling the patient to continue living at home.

Program Includes:

  • 1-2 therapy groups/day
  • 2 meals/day
  • Hunger and craving training
  • 1 hour/week of individual therapy
  • 1 hour/week of couple/family therapy
  • Weekly dietician and psychiatrist appointments
  • Restaurant and other outings

To inquire more about clinic services, please contact us at (855) UCSD-W8 or (855) 827-3498 or (858) 246-1654.