Welcome to Eating Recovery Center of Washington. Located in Bellevue, a suburb of Seattle, Washington, our multidisciplinary team of professionals delivers cutting-edge medical, psychiatric, psychological and nutritional interventions through a continuum of care that includes Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Services. All varieties of eating disorders are treated, including anorexia, bulimia, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS), binge eating disorder and other atypical eating disorders. Thorough assessment and individualized eating disorder treatment plans ensure that coexisting medical and psychiatric conditions are addressed, including anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, diabetes and substance abuse.
Expertise and Education: Learning from the Leaders
Professional Teaching Day for Eating Disorder Treatment Providers
Earn 8.5 CE/CME credit hours at the 2015 Professional Teaching Day being held in your area.
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March 26, 2015
Continue to embrace your inner hero. Eating Recovery Center of Washington invites alumni and staff to join us at our community service event, “Heroes Helping Heroes.” Together we will create fleece blankets to donate to patients at our local hospital, Seattle’s Children. These blankets represent how, as a community, we can offer warmth and comfort […]
March 19, 2015
The dates and locations have been released for Eating Recovery Center’s Professional Teaching Day’s. Join national thought leaders from Eating Recovery Center and our family of treatment programs as we start our educational series. Professional Teaching Day’s will offer an invaluable opportunity to learn from and connect with the leaders that develop standards of excellence […]
March 12, 2015
In an interview with Rachael Snodgrass of The Gonzaga Bulletin, Eating Recovery Center of Washington’s Medical Director, Dr. Neeru Bakshi, explains that the college age demographic may be especially at risk for a behavior the media describes as “drunkorexia” – or foregoing food for alcohol. Dr. Bakshi also touches on how the media may play […]