In-Person and Virtual PHP/IOP
Nurture your hard-earned recovery with Alsana this summer.
Sign up for a recovery refresh at the PHP or IOP level of care any time between now and the end of August 2021.
2020 was a long, challenging year- especially for eating disorder clients working hard to maintain their hard-earned recovery. ...
While we’re grateful to be returning to some of the people,
places, and routines we missed during COVID isolation last year, we know this is an overwhelming time for some — especially difficult for those struggling to maintain their eating disorder recovery, many of whom are also working to manage other mental health challenges such as anxiety and trauma.
Recovery is a long, non-linear journey. Rather than waiting for your “engine light” to come on, make time for recovery maintenance. It’s normal to need support and rest along on a trip as long as this. Reaching out for help is proactive, self-compassionate, and wise. Our compassionate treatment teams are here to help you keep going strong!
If you believe you or someone you care about could benefit from two weeks of in-person or virtual PHP/IOP care this summer, connect with our team today.
Eating disorder recovery is a long, non-linear process. Give yourself two weeks to reconnect with yourself and gain support for the journey ahead.
- A Full Psychological assessment to assist in creating a case conceptualization and treatment map.
- Up to two individual therapy sessions per week.
- One family session per week.
- Weekly meetings with a registered dietitian, nurse, and psychiatrist.
- Up to 12 hours of programming and support each day, following our innovative evidence-based Adaptive Care Model®.
- Up to five group therapy sessions per day.
Eating disorder assessment
Eating disorders can hide in plain sight. If you are unsure about your symptoms, take our free, confidential assessment today.
Eating disorder treatment during COVID-19
Here’s what one client had to say about their experience receiving in-person eating disorder treatment at Alsana in Santa Barbara during COVID-19.
I was referred to Alsana by my inpatient treatment team. They said they had a lot of good experiences working with Alsana and when I was considering my options, the team at Alsana was so welcoming and got back to me quickly. I just felt good about it…
I would say that this program is taking things seriously and quarantine, in general, is very isolating and difficult. Having an eating disorder just makes that experience even harder, and there is the added anxiety about going outside and interacting with other people. If you have an eating disorder you don’t need yet another reason not to go to the supermarket. Being in treatment provides an opportunity to get support. Especially if you are all alone, this is the time you need that extra support. I can’t imagine having to go through this without the support of my team…
We’re here to support you while you regain balance.