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Eating Disorder Solutions

3300 Oak Lawn Ave Suite 102, Dallas, Texas, 75219
Eating Disorder Solutions is dedicated to helping people of all genders overcome anorexia, binge eating, bulimia, and other types of eating disorders. We strive to empower our clients with the tools necessary for long-term success. We offer a full continuum of care for every stage of recovery: residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs. Our experienced multidisciplinary care team includes clinicians, therapists, dietitians, and psychiatrists who develop comprehensive treatment plans to address eating disorders and any co-occurring mental health conditions like anxiety or depression. We are passionate about helping our clients successfully achieve their personal goals for recovery. To learn more, visit https://eatingdisordersolutions.com/ or call 972-764-8929.

Facility Highlights

  • Residential Treatment
  • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
  • Co-Occurring Disorder Expertise

Specialization

  • Eating Disorder Treatment

    Our trauma-informed, comprehensive approach combines evidence-based therapies and psychiatric care with holistic and experiential programs that restore physical health, repair the relationship with food, establish a positive body image, rebuild self-esteem and teach healthy coping skills for lifelong recovery. Eating Disorder Solutions offers a strong aftercare program and an active alumni network for ongoing support, fellowship and relapse prevention.
  • Individualized Care

    Just as no two people are alike, no two people experience an eating disorder in the same way. We take an individualized approach to eating disorder treatment, meeting each client where they are and creating a customized recovery plan to achieve spiritual, emotional, social, psychological, and physical health.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded
  • Residential Neighborhood

Meet the Staff

  • Stephanie Kern, M.S., LPC, NCC
    Stephanie Kern, M.S., LPC, NCCLead Therapist

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Dear Dallas eation disorder solutions. This has been my experience in your group on Mondays at 3pm your time. I really feel that voice has not been heard. I feel that my disabilities have not been respected. I have went to many on these sessions. And i fell that everyonelse can talk about whatever affects there eating disorder but my disabilities that affect my eating disorder are not welcome. I feel that i am not welcome to talk about sexual violence trauma or having dyslexia. I find this hurtful. I am the only one that is talked to after group. Not the other girl in they group that i feel devalued my experience. I\'ve been talked to an advocate on the phone and to him I\'m interesting and exciting because I\'m explaining to him how bad sexual violence on a college campus is. I don\'t want to be interesting and exciting to my doctors and care team. I don\'t want to be explaining my story so much and you guys not getting it that I\'m going into statistics because you guys don\'t get it. You guys don\'t even understand or try to understand my story when I tell you it it\'s just go to someone else on your college. Or go to a different college. I am senior here. I can\'t afford another college. I would have to redo 36 credits. I would lose at least a year or more. I feel that you\'re so quick to give a solution when you don\'t even understand the whole problem. And I\'m not giving any opportunity to explain the problem. Your website says that you do trauma and eating disorders. I really feel that\'s not the case when I\'ve been there with Tess dietitian that doesn\'t understand it and Emily the dietitian that doesn\'t understand it. And two other people from yesterday session. One a therapist and one dietitian. I call your supervisor and make a dyslexic mistake and she laughs and then I tell her that the common sign of dyslexia and she tells me isn\'t really hard sometimes. I have dyslexia to than why did laugh at me. If it\'s really hard can you really believe that and you really want to support me then why did you laugh. Your supervisor doesn\'t let me talk does it let me finish. I tell her it\'s a common problem in my life that people don\'t let me finish. Then I asked her for programs that are going to work with sexual violence trauma and eating disorders and she doesn\'t even refer me to a single one of those. I will be moving out to Dallas very soon for a job. I know many friends that have a disability along with having an eating disorder and I will not be recommending them to your facility.
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Dear Dallas eation disorder solutions. This has been my experience in your group on Mondays at 3pm your time. I really feel that voice has not been heard. I feel that my disabilities have not been respected. I have went to many on these sessions. And i fell that everyonelse can talk about whatever affects there eating disorder but my disabilities that affect my eating disorder are not welcome. I feel that i am not welcome to talk about sexual violence trauma or having dyslexia. I find this hurtful. I am the only one that is talked to after group. Not the other girl in they group that i feel devalued my experience. I\'ve been talked to an advocate on the phone and to him I\'m interesting and exciting because I\'m explaining to him how bad sexual violence on a college campus is. I don\'t want to be interesting and exciting to my doctors and care team. I don\'t want to be explaining my story so much and you guys not getting it that I\'m going into statistics because you guys don\'t get it. You guys don\'t even understand or try to understand my story when I tell you it it\'s just go to someone else on your college. Or go to a different college. I am senior here. I can\'t afford another college. I would have to redo 36 credits. I would lose at least a year or more. I feel that you\'re so quick to give a solution when you don\'t even understand the whole problem. And I\'m not giving any opportunity to explain the problem. Your website says that you do trauma and eating disorders. I really feel that\'s not the case when I\'ve been there with Tess dietitian that doesn\'t understand it and Emily the dietitian that doesn\'t understand it. And two other people from yesterday session. I call your supervisor and make a dyslexic mistake and she laughs and then I tell her that the common sign of dyslexia and she tells me isn\'t really hard sometimes. If it\'s really hard can you really believe that and you really want to support me then why did you laugh. Your supervisor doesn\'t let me talk does it let me finish. I tell her it\'s a common problem in my life that people don\'t let me finish. Then I asked her for programs that are going to work with sexual violence trauma and eating disorders and she doesn\'t even refer me to a single one of those. I will be moving out to Dallas very soon for a job. I know many friends that have a disability along with having an eating disorder and I will not be recommending them to your facility.
Sponsored Facility
Eating Disorder Solutions
3300 Oak Lawn Ave Suite 102, Dallas, Texas, 75219