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For over 30 years, The Center • A Place of HOPE has been helping people with eating disorders change their lives for good. Our eating disorder treatment programs are unique and life changing.

We look at the “whole you,” not just the parts you want us to see. We dig deeper and get to know you personally, walking alongside you with customized whole-person care and treatment plans aimed at healing you emotionally, physically and spiritually.

Let us help you overcome your disordered eating and regain your peace, balance and happiness.

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Eating Disorders

Eating disorders, such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder, include extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues.

Diets & Nutrition

Revolutionary ideas about body image, motivation, personality patterning, spiritual enlightment, and the whole-person approach to successful weight loss.

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Talk to peers, and professionals, about eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. Help us get you on the right track.

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The Link Between Hypoglycemia and Depression

Hypoglycemia is more commonly known as low blood sugar or the “sugar blues.” The body’s main source of fuel is glucose, which is a form of sugar. Glucose is produced by the body through the consumption of carbohydrates, sugars, and starches. Glucose is absorbed into the bloodstream during digestion. Glucose that is not needed is stored in the liver as glycogen. When the amount of sugar in the blood is insufficient to fuel the body’s activities, hypoglycemia occurs.

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Make Vibrant Health Your Goal

In the past, you have spent a good deal of time focusing on how your body looks from the outside. Now it’s time to look at your body from the inside. What is happening to you on the inside affects how you look on the outside.

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Are You Living in the Yellow Zone of Depression?

Everyone feels lousy sometimes.  Everyone experiences days when they just don’t want to get out of bed, when they’d rather just roll over, pull the covers up over their head, and call in sick to their life. Depression is more than an occasional...

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Signs That You Are Stressed

The symptoms of stress can show up in unexpected ways.  Consider the following questions and whether you’re experiencing any of the following signs of a stress-filled life: What is your current resting heart rate? Stress leaves you energized and may cause you to have...

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Eating Disorder Recovery: Mapping Your Progress

Healing from an eating disorder is a journey.  The path isn’t always easy and level, but neither is life.  You must want to get well, to move forward and reestablish a healthy, balanced relationship with food.  Once you have understood that something is...

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Parental Involvement Important in the Prevention and Awareness of Eating Disorders

Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC, Founder and Director of Eating Disorder Hope and Debra Cooper, Expert Writer on eating disorders. Eating disorders are now epidemic in the United States. Approximately 11 million women and girls struggle with anorexia and bulimia. Although the average age of onset is 14, girls are being diagnosed as young as eight. Continue Reading ›

Consumer's Guide To Eating Disorders

With so many options across the country and around the world, how do you choose the right one? That, is the million dollar question.

Read our Consumer’s Guide to Eating Disorders and learn what you need to know about treatment. Download Our PDF ›

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A Body Revolution

Lady Gaga Launches Campaign to Help People With Eating Disorders

Lady Gaga is opening up about her struggles with an eating disorder, deciding instead to flaunt her so-called curvy flaws and launching a campaign for others to do the same. Firing back at tabloid attacks on her 25-pound weight gain, the singer posted photos of herself wearing only a bra and panties on her website Tuesday.

Lady Gaga is opening up about her struggles with an eating disorder, deciding instead to flaunt her so-called curvy flaws and launching a campaign for others to do the same.

Firing back at tabloid attacks on her 25-pound weight gain, the singer posted photos of herself wearing only a bra and panties on her website Tuesday.

Gaga says she’s battled with anorexia and bulimia since she was 15.

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Fiona Apple

Singer and songwriter Fiona Apple became anorexic after being raped outside of her mother’s home at the age of twelve. She says she was not anorexic out of a desire to be thin, but as a reaction to being raped. She also admitted to having self-injurious...

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Felicity Huffman

Actress Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives) battled both bulimia and anorexia from her teens into her 20s. The bulimia evolved into anorexia. Huffman’s weight dropped to 98 pounds, and her periods stopped. With her family growing increasingly concerned, she...

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Elvis Presley

Elvis suffered with bipolar disorder, which is a more technical name for manic depression. Elvis’ substance abuse, eating disorders, and chronic depression should be placed in the larger context of a personality disorder. We think that this will shed new light...

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Elton John

(Birth name Reginald Kenneth Dwight) Elton John attended the Royal Academy of Music from 1958 to 1964 on a piano scholarship at age 11.  He dropped out just before final exams to pursue show business.  He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994.  He...

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Elisa Donovan

Actress Elisa Donovan (Sabrina – The Teenage Witch, Clueless) suffered from an an eating disorder in the past. She also plays fashion victim Amber in the TV series Clueless, crossed over the line in 1992 to battle anorexia, an eating disorder marked by an...

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Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato recently wrote a blog to reach out to people struggling with eating disorders, Hollywood news has learned. And her most important piece of advice is: “speak up and seek professional help.” Fresh from waging war against the Disney Channel for making a joke...

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Don’t Be Fooled

Please do not be fooled by all the hype to be thin like many of the celebrities. Their anorexic/bulimic behavior has forced many of them to be hospitalized. Eating Disorders are not glamorous, but very dangerous.
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