What We Treat

At Magnolia Creek, we work with clients and their families to create individualized care plans that meet each client’s psychological, medical, nutritional, spiritual, and relational needs. Our residential and partial hospitalization programs provide evidence-based treatment for adolescent girls (ages 12 to 17) and women (ages 18 and older) who struggle with feeding or eating disorders, co-occurring mental health conditions, and co-occurring substance use disorder. The disorders we treat include, but aren’t limited to:

Why Treatment Is Important

Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare’s AVP of Clinical Services, Kate Fisch, LCSW, discusses why treatment is important.

Studies have found that eating disorders have the second highest mortality of any mental illness behind opioid dependence, and: 

28.8 million Americans will have an eating disorder at some point in their lifeThat means that almost 1 in 10 people will have an eating disorder at some point. It’s estimated that:

At Magnolia Creek, our therapeutic environment is designed to provide a whole-person approach to treatment. We explore the issues and experiences related to eating disorders and challenge the thoughts and behaviors that prevent women from living their life fully.

Our Goals for Eating Disorder Treatment

The key goals of our eating disorder treatment program include helping clients:

Safe, Compassionate Eating Disorder Treatment

We honor our clients as experts on their lives as well as their treatment. We are here as resources to utilize as each client navigates their recovery journey.
  • We acknowledge that each client’s eating disorder has served a valid purpose for them. We collaborate with each client to help them find other ways to cope with life stressors and expectations.
  • Our staff works with our clients to identify and to process contributing factors to the development of their eating disorder through individual therapy and group therapy.
  • We foster shame resilience through group therapy to promote opportunities to interact with peers and feel less alone in our struggles.
  • We partner each client with a dietitian to develop an individualized meal plan to honor and nourish the needs of their body and to improve their health.
  • We help each client engage with their community to help them identify new coping skills, allow opportunities to practice skills learned in treatment, and have fun.
  • We work with each of our clients to expand their support system to ensure continued support post-discharge.
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Kate Fisch, LCSW

Kate Fisch is the AVP of Clinical Operations for Odyssey’s Eating Disorder Network. With 17 years of clinical leadership and direct client care experience in the eating disorders field, she has a history of innovation, clinical training, and resource development in a variety of eating disorder treatment settings supporting families, clients, and clinicians.

If you’d like to learn more about our compassionate eating disorder treatment program, our caring staff is ready to help. Call us or fill out the form to get started today.

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