Hope Recovery’s Eating Disorder & Trauma Intensive Support Program (EDTISP) is for survivors who are struggling with their eating disorders and trauma and are needing more support than once per week. This program meets 3 times per week for 2 hours a day and is designed for 12 to 16-weeks of programming based on the survivor’s need.  This program is for the individual who is needing extra support for a short period of time. This program is not appropriate for the individual who is a danger to themselves or others.  As with all of our support programming, graphic details of trauma are not shared, rather when discussing any trauma experiences, only generalities should be shared as related to the topics being discussed.  This program is not a replacement for professional therapy. This program focuses on recovery from abuse, sexual trauma, and eating disorders through coping skills, education and creative arts.

We request that you discuss participation in this program with your therapist, as participation in this program can bring up issues that you may need to address in therapy.  An intake is required for this program.

Schedule – Beginning October 1, 2023

Our schedule is Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:30 pm Eastern (12:30 – 2:30 pm Pacific). Group therapy is available on Fridays from 3:30 – 5 pm Eastern for residents of Florida, Indiana & South Carolina who wish to participate in a process group during this program.

Cost

$10 per session

$25 per session for group therapy (optional and limited to Florida, Indiana & South Carolina residents)

We do not take insurance.

Sliding Fee is available.

Intake & Assessment Paperwork

You will be contacted by email for an intake appointment.  Our emails are encrypted, and you will need to establish a password the first time you receive one from our agency.

Only Use the Form Below to Submit Any Necessary Files, if Needed

This form is encrypted, and any files that you send through it will be encrypted as well. If you or your provider wish to submit anything, it can be done through the following form. If your provider has any specific concerns, they can contact us by uploading a letter this way. It goes into our encrypted email account for your privacy.  You can submit forms through your intake paperwork as well.