Eating Disorder Treatment Programs

Even though thought patterns and behaviors associated with anorexia, bulimia and other common eating disorders are similar, the reasons people develop these symptoms are very different. That's why the Laureate Eating Disorders Program offers multi-level care for our adult and adolescent patients--allowing us to tailor treatment to each patient’s unique needs.
Intensive Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Program
Our adolescent and adult intensive inpatient eating disorder programs span acute, residential and partial hospital care. In each treatment level, patients keep the same therapist, physician and dietitian to ensure continuity of care.
Magnolia House Adult Transitional Program
The supported independent living option offered in Magnolia House has become a renowned part of our eating disorder treatment program. Many women hold special appreciation for Magnolia House because it has allowed them to successfully bridge the gap between intensive treatment and everyday life, which in turn increases the chance of maintaining ongoing recovery. 
Outpatient Program
In the outpatient eating disorder treatment program, we provide comprehensive outpatient eating disorder counseling and care, including psychotherapy, medication management and nutrition therapy services for patients who complete the intensive program and for those who do not require intensive treatment. 
Laureate contracts with most major insurance carriers, and services provided in the intensive and outpatient program are usually covered by insurance. We provide insurance verification, obtain pre-authorization and manage ongoing insurance reviews for each of our patients. You can speak with our insurance analyst at 800-322-5173 to find out which Laureate services are covered by your insurance.

Learn More About The Laureate Eating Disorders Program

For more information about our comprehensive treatment options, and what makes our eating disorders program different, please call us at 800-322-5173 (918-491-3702 inside the Tulsa metro area). There is no cost for the screening call and no obligation to proceed with treatment.