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Celebrating National Month of Hope 🧡 – Finding Hope in Recovery

Did you know that April is the National Month of Hope? It serves as the perfect reminder to believe that things will work out, even when it seems like the deck is stacked against you.

As I wrote in a recent blog post: When we can lovingly accept our loved one, no matter what awful stuff is happening, WHILE holding onto hope for them to have the life they deserve, then we can retain hope for them to fully recover.

I truly believe in the power of hope — so much so that I founded Hope Network, LLC in 2003 to change the way that parents and caregivers are supported when caring for someone with an eating disorder. I hope you feel encouraged this month to choose hope over fear or defeat. It’s the best thing you can do for yourself and your loved one.

More caregiver support

Recovery Roadmap Series

“The Eating Disorder Recovery Roadmap Series: Going from Panic to Plan” was created to help families optimize every aspect of the treatment experience. We will help you support your loved one on the road to recovery without losing your mind, your money, or your marriage.

What’s Included?

  • Lifetime access to three 90-minute presentations, walking you through every step of the treatment process
  • Informative Q&A discussions, digging in even deeper to explore real-life situations and solutions
  • Downloadable handouts and activity sheets to help you navigate the treatment journey
  • Lifetime discount codes for additional webinars, presentations, and courses provided by RRS
  • Connection + relationship building via a private community Facebook group of like-minded individuals walking through this journey

Each 90-minute presentation will focus on a specific aspect of the treatment process, from questions you need to ask prior to admission to a roadmap of what to expect and prepare for upon your loved one or client’s discharge from treatment.

Learn more

BECKY’S TRAVEL UPDATE

Enjoyed California and seized the day! I love how many moments of JOY are like raindrops that can fill a lake and create ripples of more joy.
Drove through some falling snow crossing the mountains into Bend, OR. We enjoyed a fun, yet chilly bike ride on their fabulous bike trails!

These gorgeous mountains made for a beautiful backdrop on our long drive.

Thinking of all my caregivers! Let’s keep finding our moments of joy!

 

 

EATING DISORDER FAMILY SUPPORT

Getting support for the family and caregiver is critical to ensure the right solution and support is available for your loved one.

Reach out for support

“#1 reason to involve caregivers in treatment: Improved outcomes for patients and caregivers across the lifespan.”~ Dr. Adele LaFrance

  • reduced eating disorder psychopathology
  • improved quality of life
  • reduced stays
  • reduce caregiver burden
  • reduced expressed emotion in the family

Thank you to the generous sponsors of Hope Network, LLC Services and Programs for renewing your sponsorships!

Ask how your Center can be a sponsor and/or contract for services!

Monte Nido & Affiliates includes three distinct eating disorder treatment

programs: Monte Nido and Oliver-Pyatt Centers, which provides residential treatment to women, and outpatient treatment for males and females; and Clementine for adolescent girls. We began offering residential treatment in 1996 having been founded by women who are fully recovered and became leaders in the eating disorder treatment field.

What binds us together is our vast overlap in mission and philosophical approaches to providing best-in-class, evidence-based treatment for eating disorders – from a medical, psychiatric, therapeutic and nutritional perspective. We are committed to being

industry leaders and share the belief that full recoverey is possible. Additionally all of our residential programs are in home-like settings, providing an environment conducive to healing.

Monte Nido’s treatment approach focuses on the restoration of physiological and nutritional balance, the implementation of healthy eating and exercise routines, the elimination of destructive behaviors, and the development of motivation and treatment engagement.

Click here to see a list of our locations across the United States.

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Eating Recovery Center – A Place for Healing and Lasting Recovery. Eating Recovery Center’s Child and Adolescent Treatment offers comprehensive eating disorder recovery programs for girls and boys ages 10 through 17 — bringing together a highly experienced team of experts to address the physical, psychological and social implications of these illnesses. With residential centers in Colorado, Illinois, Texas, and Washington, we will find the best fit for you and your loved one.

Our programs provide parents and families with the skills and tools they need to become agents of change and healing for their child as they learn how to most effectively support a child struggling with an eating disorder. • Family therapy sessions • Family support groups (in-person and online) • Family education groups/webinars • Family education days, offered monthly during and after treatment • Alumni & Family Liaison team to provide ongoing support.

When you partner with Eating Recovery Center, your child and your family will receive the specialized care you need so your lives can, once again, be filled with light and hope.

Timberline Knolls is a leading residential treatment center for women and adolescent girls, ages 12 and older, with eating disorders, substance abuse, trauma, mood and co-occurring disorders. Located in suburban Chicago, residents receive excellent clinical care from a highly trained professional staff on a picturesque 43-acre wooded campus. An adult partial hospitalization program (PHP) is also available in nearby Orland Park, Ill., for women to step down or direct admit. For more information visit www.timberlineknolls.com or call 877.257.9611. We are also on Facebook – Timberline Knolls, LinkedIn – Timberline Knolls and Twitter – @TimberlineToday.

Our programs provide parents and families with the skills and tools they need to become agents of change and healing for their child as they learn how to most effectively support a child struggling with an eating disorder. • Family therapy sessions • Family support groups (in-person and online) • Family education groups/webinars • Family education days, offered monthly during and after treatment • Alumni & Family Liaison team to provide ongoing support.

 

Life Cycle Nutrition is a nutrition counseling practice that specializes in the treatment of child and adolescent eating disorders. It offers individual and group services by experienced registered dietitian nutritionists, and is the founder of the exclusive Family Feeding Recovery virtual nutrition program to help parents help their child recover from an eating disorder. The program is designed to support Family Based Treatment by providing parents the nutrition information, resources, guidance, support, and community they need to nutritionally rehabilitate their child.

Program features include:

Information & Resources

8 modules with video lessons that explain critical information necessary to promote nutritional rehabilitation.

Lifetime access to a resource library with helpful documents and articles to support the lessons.

Guidance & Coaching

8 individual sessions with an expert dietitian to address questions and provide individualized guidance.

Activities that correspond to the weekly lessons to reinforce important principles.

Support

10 week virtual family support group utilizing Becky Henry’s H.U.G. kits

A personalized ap to allow closer connection, monitoring and feedback from your personal expert dietitian

Community

Lifetime access to a private Facebook community that provides additional support and encouragement from others going through similar situations.

The experts at Life Cycle Nutrition are here to support you in helping your child recover from their eating disorder and restore health, hope and happiness in your child and home.

All My Best,

Becky