The Right Choice for
Eating Disorder Treatment

Acute/Inpatient • Residential • Transitional Living

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It is not at all uncommon for people to struggle with both an addiction and a mental health disorder at the same time. When this happens, they are often referred to as having a “dual diagnosis.” This means that they have at least two conditions occurring at the same time and interacting with one other. These are also sometimes called co-occuring disorders or comorbidities.

For example, a person who has a social anxiety disorder may turn to alcohol as a way to help ease the symptoms that result from that condition. However, self-medicating in this way often only serves to make the problems worse. The underlying issues of the social anxiety disorder are left unaddressed, and the alcohol problem gets worse as the person becomes more reliant on it to cope.

Or, alternately, someone who has a habit of binge drinking may develop depression as result of alcohol’s effects on their brain and their behavior.

A few conditions that most commonly occur alongside eating disorders include anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), self-harm and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Dual Diagnosis Help

We excel at treating patients who struggle with a dual diagnosis, even those who have tried and failed treatment many times before. We excel because our expert clinical team places an emphasis on thoroughly assessing each patient to uncover any secondary or co-occurring conditions that often accompany a primary diagnosis, in addition to teaching them the skills needed to navigate these disorders.

Too often, a patient’s treatment will be focused primarily on one disorder. We believe that leaving co-occurring conditions unaddressed increases the risk for relapse. Dual diagnoses often feed off of one another, so when left untreated, the symptoms of one condition can jump start the symptoms of another. Our trauma-focused and brain-based approach helps us find and treat the root cause of the patient’s addictions and behavioral disorders.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

At Remuda Ranch at The Meadows, we understand the seriousness of dual diagnosis. In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, people are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of their eating disorder and co-occurring disorders. The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery. Feel free to phone us at 866-390-5100 or complete the form below and someone will contact you. .
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How We Can Help

For over 25 years, our program has been focused on helping women and girls recover from eating disorders, dual diagnosis concerns, and the underlying issues they face.

Anorexia
Nervosa

Anorexia
Nervosa

  • Anorexia Treatment
  • Anorexia Symptoms
  • Anorexia Diagnosis
  • Complications of Anorexia
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Bulimia
Nervosa

Bulimia
Nervosa

  • Bulimia Treatment
  • Bulimia Symptoms
  • Bulimia Diagnosis
  • Complications of Bulimia
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Binge Eating
Disorder

Binge Eating
Disorder

  • Binge Eating Treatment
  • Binge Eating Symptoms
  • Binge Eating Diagnosis
  • Complications of Binge Eating
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Other Eating
Disorders

Other Eating
Disorders

  • Other Specified Feeding
    and Eating Disorders
  • Orthorexia
  • Purging Disorder
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Eating Disorder Treatment That Works

Remuda Ranch at The Meadows was founded on the belief that complete and lasting recovery from an eating disorder is possible. Our holistic treatment program is based on uncovering and understanding the “whys” of an eating disorder. More than 10,000 patients have come to Remuda Ranch for treatment. Why? Because it works. Read More

Every eating disorder is different because every person is different. Our treatment is about each person and how she wants to live  her life, rather than on a diagnosis or disorder.
- Remuda Ranch at The Meadows

Remuda Ranch at The Meadows in Arizona uses a specialized approach that combines proven medical and clinically intensive treatment to help restore balance to the lives of women and girls struggling with an eating disorder.

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Long Lasting Recovery

Patients in our care follow a proven timeline designed to help them identify, understand, treat and overcome their eating disorders and negative behaviors.

Comprehensive
Medical Care

Acute, inpatient, and residential treatment in a safe, nurturing environment.

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Experiential
Therapy

Recognize the negative emotions that trigger compulsive behaviors through a unique experiential healing process.

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Will Remuda
Work For Me?

Restore hope and learn that you can and will recover, even after unsuccessful past treatment attempts.

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Culinary
Arts

Learn the tools necessary to remain committed to a life of health, balance and purpose after treatment.

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Healing The Family

Family members will work with their loved one so each party can take responsibility for his or her part of the process and break the dysfunctional eating disorder patterns.

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Trusted by Professionals

For 25 years we have partnered with hundreds of psychologists, psychiatrists, primary care providers, registered dieticians and primary therapists.

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Patient Focused Recovery

Gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for your own feelings, behaviors, and recovery.

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Our staff have an expert understanding in both in-network and out-of-network benefits including:

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Exclusively For Females • Innovative Experiential Therapy • Comprehensive Medical Care

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