Castlewood to Showcase its Services at the 6th ANAD Midwest Conference
Posted May 07 2011 4:16am
CastlewoodTreatmentCenterfor Eating Disorders, a professional provider of anorexia nervosa treatment and bulimia treatment, is to showcase its services at the 6 th ANAD Midwest Eating Disorder Conference. Nancy Albus and Lori D. Galperin would be representing Castlewood as attendees and exhibitors of its services. The one day conference would be held at the Oakbrook Marriott inOakbrook,IllinoisonMay 6, 2011.
Health Conditions Currently Treated by Castlewood
Castlewood currently provides therapeutic care for the following disorders:
· Compulsive Overeating
· Binge Eating
It also provides treatment for anxiety disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, or dissociative disorders which are a cause of the eating disorders or co-exist with them.
To Let People Know that Professional Eating Disorder Treatment is Available
According to a Castlewood representative, “The ANAD Midwest conference is an opportunity for us to show our contribution to improving the mental health of men and women and helping them lead normal lives. Eating disorder sufferers would know that they have no reason to despair when we are there to provide professional care. We are sending our Clinical Co-Director Lori D. Galperin and our Executive Director Nancy Albus to represent us at the fair and believe they are ideal for the job.”
ANAD (The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders) would be presenting theMidwestconference in collaboration withLindenOaksHospitalandRogersMemorialHospital. The theme of the conference is “Wellnessnot Weight… The Changing Focus of Eating Disorders, a Comprehensive Look for the 21st Century”
Castlewood is one of the leading residential eating disorder treatment centers in theUS. The center makes use of various treatment techniques to lead sufferers towards recovery. This includes cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy, dialectical-behavioral therapy, nutritional therapy, and medication. Various kinds of programs are available to help the sufferer, these being residential treatment, day treatment, step down phase, IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), Family Week, outpatient services, and support groups. The ideal program for a patient is based on his or her individual condition.