At Reflections, our goal is to make you feel at home during your eating disorder treatment. We do this not only by treating each patient with the kindness and compassion that we would give a member of our own family, but also by ensuring that our Center actually feels like home. We've decorated the Center in a comfortable, contemporary fashion with cozy couches for lounging and watching a movie or for group therapy, soft bedding and linen that feel like home, and kitchen--where patients can face high-anxiety situations head on, with a member of our team standing by, and prepare their own meals or snacks.
In our lounge, patients gather for group therapy sessions, spend free time, and enjoy movie nights.
The Reflections dining room lets patients work through mealtime, which can be the toughest part of the day, together.
Registered Dietitians and therapists work through high-anxiety situations in the Reflections kitchen. Allowing patients to face their fears related to food and cooking--and learn how to prepare meals for themselves when they return home.
In the Art Room patients will work with expressive therapists to express themselves through art in order to work through the emotions and anxiety related to eating disorders.
The quiet study room is a place where patients can work on schoolwork, journal, or spend some time online connecting with friends and family.
Patient Rooms are well appointed, with soft linens, contemporary furnishings and a seating area for free time.