Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders is committed to helping those who need help with eating disorders. “Roses” stands for a very important component of the center’s work namely their emphasis on working with families and their loved ones. “Wickens” stands for the center’s emphasis on mental health services and their willingness to serve the community at large.
Rosewood centers for eating disorders are committed to providing a safe place for people to work through their eating disorder problems. “They have established a strong foundation that will continue to be a key component in our organization moving forward.” “Roses” has also worked to provide a safe place for their clients to attend therapy and receive treatment from trained professionals who specialize in eating disorders. The center even provides a free counseling session for all patients in their facility as well as on a sliding scale basis to other community centers. They are also a member of the National Association of Eating Disorders and work closely with them to continue to create opportunities for their clients to work through their disorders.
“The treatment that we provide in Rosewood centers for eating disorders is focused on treating the underlying cause of the disorder” said Rosewood. “That means not just focusing on the physical issues that are affecting the person but working to address the mental and emotional issues as well. This will make it easier for them to recover and we’ll help to ensure they don’t develop future eating disorders.” As a member of both the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the American Psychological Association Rosewood centers for eating disorders is committed to continuing to improve the mental health of their clients. “We provide education and information about how to treat eating disorders how to overcome eating disorders and how to prevent them in the first place” said Rosewood. In addition to all of this they work with their clients to build their self-esteem by allowing them the opportunity to take part in recreational activities that will make their lives more enjoyable.