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What We Treat


Caring For You, Not Just Your Symptoms

At Castlewood we begin with the premise that each person who walks through our doors defies simple categorization. The result is a residential treatment program for eating disorders that allows for the treatment of each individual with an emphasis on compassion, respect and empowerment. Castlewood accepts men and women age 16 and above into our programs.

Eating Disorder Treatment Programs

Anorexia Nervosa describes an eating disorder characterized by extremely low body weight and body image distortion… Learn More about Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by recurrent binge eating… Learn More about Bulimia Nervosa

Binge eating is a pattern of disordered eating which consists of episodes of uncontrollable overeating… Learn More about Binge Eating

Compulsive overeating, also called food addiction, is characterized by an obsessive/compulsive relationship to food… Learn More about Compulsive Overeating

Anxiety is often found to be at the root of eating disorder symptoms, and results in higher degrees of perfectionism, obsessionality, avoidance, and body image dissatisfaction … Learn More about Anxiety

Co-Occurring Disorders – Very commonly, the Eating Disorder is a symptom of another disorder or a complex of disorders … Learn More about Co-Occurring Disorders

Trauma Resolution – Trauma can be caused by many factors early in life, such as unresolved experiences of child sexual abuse or rape… Learn More about Trauma Resolution

Core Symptoms

  • Weight loss or gain with endocrine or metabolic abnormalities
  • Fat phobia/food phobia
  • Rituals around body checking, exercise and food
  • Purging by fasting, vomiting, diuretics and exercise
  • Dissociation, lack of control, food cravings, rituals or addictions
  • Body dissatisfaction, body image distortion
  • Binge eating, secretive eating, hoarding and stealing food
  • Chewing and spitting food as an attempt to control weight
  • Taking in excessive amounts of fluid or restricting fluid intake
  • Use or abuse of diet pills, herbal supplements or teas
  • Increased isolation, spending less and less time with family and friends
  • Refusing or avoiding eating with family and friends
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