When eating is a problem for you, or when binging , purging or starving are daily struggles. Know that you are not alone. The Eating Disorders Treatment Center (EDTC) at 5203 Juan Tabo BLVD. NE in Albuquerque can help.
What you weigh is not more important then who you are. Living your life free of destructive behaviors is a worthwhile goal to have. To get there, you’ll need recovery skills that will help you make behavior changes that feel right for you. When you or someone you love struggles with an eating disorder, get the facts. Focus on thriving, not just surviving, by visiting us at EDTC.
Eating disorders have serious consequences. For example, it has been estimated that five to ten percent of people with untreated anorexia will die within ten years and Binge eaters and Bulimics can have a variety of medical complications. Early action improves the chances of recovery and our warm, safe and friendly atmosphere is a special place to heal.
The clinical directors here at EDTC, Holly Finlay, Ann Flosdorf and Kimberly Payne, have a combined fifty-seven years of experience in the treatment of eating disorders. They treat the person, not just the problem. Since 2011, more then 1000 people have come to EDTC for help. Our dedicated staff of almost twenty counselors and dietitians have the experience and the training to give you the help you need and deserve.
We support you on your individual path, and we understand that controlling your eating is often a way to feel in control when other parts of your life feel chaotic. It is estimated that many of Americans have an eating disorder and body hatred is all too common. But there are ways to feel better.
We know that people with eating disorders often have other challenges, we identify and treat depression, anxiety and trauma too. Here at EDTC, we take the time to get to know you. Our goal is to help you find the strength within to live a happier life.