In addition to the clinical care provided through our research programs, the Center for Weight and Eating Disorders offers individualized treatment that is informed by our cutting edge research.
Outpatient individual psychotherapy is offered by some of our faculty, fellows, and other doctoral trainees focusing on the treatment of eating disorders such as binge eating disorder, night eating syndrome, bulimia nervosa, and anorexia nervosa, was well as weight-related issues such as behavioral weight management, body image disturbance, and bariatric surgery (pre- and post-surgical therapeutic support).
Penn Quest or Aetna Behavioral Health plans offered to employees and students through the University of Pennsylvania are accepted for individual psychotherapy services with our providers. All other individual psychotherapy sessions are provided as fee-for-service (inquire for rate). Patients seeking treatment for weight or disordered eating issues may also see a clinician in training. The fee for this treatment is $40 per session, except for Medicare or Medicaid patients (inquire for rate). All care is under the supervision of a licensed faculty member.
Nutrition counseling is also available as part of treatment for an eating disorder or weight-related issue. This counseling may be offered alone or in combination with psychotherapy treatment depending on the presenting issues. Nutrition services are fee-for-service.
Please call 215-898-7314 for more information for any of these programs.
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