MSW, LCSW, CEDS-S
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At Farrington Specialty Centers, we believe that anyone battling an eating disorder or related issues has the potential to be fully recovered and gain lasting freedom!
Our programs have been designed by practitioners who themselves have recovered from an eating disorder and understand personal the devastating effects of these deadly disorders.
At Farrington Specialty Centers we have two umbrellas of care. The first being Farrington Specialty Counseling and the second being Neossia our Partial Hospitalization Program.
Farrington Specialty Counseling is devoted to the treatment of eating disorders, compulsive exercise, and body image issues as well as co-occurring disorders including anxiety, depression, trauma, and relational concerns. We offer a wide range of services, including comprehensive assessments, outpatient counseling, group therapy, and an Intensive Outpatient Program. We specialize in all ranges of eating disorders, including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, disordered eating, and body image disturbances.
Neossia is our Day Treatment Program. Neossia is greek for “a nest or a place of refuge.” Just like birds entrust the nest to care for their babies while they are away, Neossia will be a place of protection and nurturing for all who walk through our doors. At Neossia, we believe that connection is what is truly healing. Our program is personal. Those recovering from an eating disorder have a genuine need to be seen and heard, not for the eating disorder but for their authentic soul. Each and every client and family we serve will be known by name by all members of the staff. We will wrap our arms around them, care for them in their journey, and welcome them into the nest as family.