What you can expect when you work with Shoreline Center for Eating Disorder Treatment
Referral by primary providers is how most of our client come to us. We understand the level of trust that is necessary, and we’re committed to making sure you feel a high level of comfort when referring clients to Shoreline.
We’re committed to making sure you feel a high level of trust when referring your client to Shoreline. If your client comes to us from a higher level of care, we will always make it a priority to consult you prior to admission to our facility (with client permission). Once your client is admitted, you can expect a call from his or her primary therapist within the first week.
The more you are aware of the goals your client is working on, and the stronger collaboration is, the better chance of avoiding post discharge relapse. You are considered a member of the treatment team, and will be updated to the extent you choose. The below eating disorder FAQs will provide you with additional information regarding our facility.
Questions frequently asked by referring professionals:
I have a client who might have an eating disorder, but I am not sure as I am not an eating disorder specialist, what should I do??
My client has just come out of substance abuse treatment and is now disclosing eating disorder symptoms Can you work with that?
My client is wanting to participate in your programs, but has developed a strong trust with me and wants to continue to see me at the same time. Is that possible ?
How do you integrate family into your eating disorders treatment??
How do you integrate intuitive eating into your treatment??
Do you offer any consultation services or eating disorder clinical training?
Can I come and see the facility in Long Beach and meet a clinical staff member so I can better describe program to my clients?
With over 15 years of experience in the treatment of eating disorders, Shoreline provides IOP, PHP and eating disorder transitional living options for clients. All of our programs are based upon APA guidelines, and we welcome the opportunity to collaborate with referring therapists.
Shoreline’s detailed assessment and evaluation ensures the best treatment according to the individual need. We believe that nutritional rehabilitation, restoration, and physiologic restoration is just the beginning of treatment for clients; the emotional and psychological health of the client must be addressed simultaneously. Therapeutic goals and underlying issues are equally important in treating eating disorders.
Shoreline believes in full recovery from an eating disorder, and we strive to give our clients the skills to achieve recovery for a lifetime. Shoreline specializes in working with clients who have integrated enough recovery and are motivated to heal. Our aim is to integrate with existing therapies and address the areas specific to the ED – not to replace the work that might be happening in other areas. Satori House was specifically created to help women who have completed an intensive treatment and residential course and are integrating back into life.