Reading, Pennsylvania’s Premier Eating Disorder Program

Tower Behavioral Health offers Resiliency, a specialized inpatient program for individuals age 14 and older who are struggling with symptoms of eating disorders. Through evidence-based interventions and individualized care plans, we can help you understand your diagnosis and work toward long-term recovery. 

Eating Disorders Program Overview

Resiliency, Tower Behavioral Health’s inpatient program for individuals who are living with eating disorders, provides comprehensive care for patients age 14 and older. Some of the most common disorders we treat include: 

  • Anorexia 
  • Bulimia 
  • Binge-eating disorder 

Each patient in this stand-alone program receives a personalized care plan that we create based on the results of a thorough assessment of their needs, strengths, and goals prior to admission. Most patients spend an average of 14-28 days in Resiliency, but your length of stay will depend on your progress and any needs that may arise during your time with us. 

Types of Treatment

Resiliency, Tower Behavioral Health’s inpatient program for individuals who are living with eating disorders, provides comprehensive care for patients age 13 and older. Some of the most common disorders we treat include: 

  • Anorexia 
  • Bulimia 
  • Binge-eating disorder 

Each patient in this stand-alone program receives a personalized care plan that we create based on the results of a thorough assessment of their needs, strengths, and goals prior to admission. Most patients spend an average of 14-28 days in Resiliency, but your length of stay will depend on your progress and any needs that may arise during your time with us. 

Educational Support

In addition to our comprehensive clinical services, Resiliency patients also benefit from strong educational support. 

During the school year, patients who are in middle school or high school receive two hours of instruction each day from a certified teacher. The teacher has a dedicated classroom on the unit where they meet with patients, and they follow the schedule of the local school district. 

The teacher will coordinate with your home school district, ensuring that you learn at your level and keep up academically. Our staff also includes the teacher in daily unit team meetings, which allows everyone to be on the same page academically and clinically. 

Our Experienced Staff

Resiliency’s staff is solely dedicated to helping our patients find renewed hope and better health. 

Though each patient’s time with us is unique, professionals you may work with include: 

  • Attending physicians 
  • Nurses 
  • Staff psychiatrists 
  • Registered dietitians 
  • Master’s-level clinicians 
  • Teachers 

All admissions for Resiliency run through Tower Behavioral Health’s assessment center. Our master’s-level clinicians, nurses, and medical director will help guide you through this streamlined process so that you can begin to receive the care you deserve as soon as possible. 

 

This content was written on behalf of and reviewed by the clinical staff at Tower Behavioral Health.