“EDCMT truly saved my life. The combination of individual therapy, nutritional services, and group therapy provided direct support, accountability, and a community with which I could share my struggles and successes. I would not have grown into the healthy individual I am today without it.” EDCMT Patient
At EDCMT, we place our patients into specific levels of care based on the unique needs of each person: partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs. Our spacious and attractive lodging facility for adults is located within walking distance from EDCMT’s two locations in Downtown Bozeman, providing an accommodation for out-of-town patients who need a place to stay during the course of their treatment. In addition to in-person treatment, we also provide tele-health services through our virtual HIPAA compliant platform for our intensive outpatient and outpatient clients throughout Montana. Our engaging and lively virtual programs are ideal for patients who live in areas with limited access to specialty eating disorder treatment, have family, work or school obligations or who are apprehensive about receiving treatment in-person.
Our experienced team of multi-disciplinary clinicians take an evidence-based and holistic approach to care, seeking to treat not just eating disorder behaviors, but also the root cause. We guide our patients to address their stressors, moving beyond disordered coping to free them to live wholeheartedly. Program services include a combination of individual, family, and group psychotherapy, nutrition counseling and rehabilitation, psycho-education, and supervised meal encounters. The treatment team consists of an attending physician (psychiatrist), advanced-degree licensed therapists, registered dietitians, registered nurses, milieu therapists, and administrators. We strive to empower our patients with newfound resiliency and skills they can use the rest of their lives.
“At EDCMT you realize that no one suffers alone and that there is a way out of the pain you have felt for so long. Without the help of the intensive outpatient program, I would be in a very different place today. I am incredibly grateful for the people who guided my journey toward recovery.” EDCMT Patient
Sometimes, the need to refer a patient for eating disorder treatment is clear. Other times, a person’s unique combination of signs and symptoms can make diagnosis more challenging. Starting with a conversation between your team and ours will help us all determine:
Contact us at 406.451.7370 to talk more about how we can assist you and your clients.
When a new patient enters our program, we begin with a thorough three step assessment process. The intake assessment underpins our recommendation for treatment level of care. Your patient can then make an informed decision about the recommended program level of care. During the initial assessment, patients complete several intake forms including a release of medical information form, allowing us to update you on their progress through our treatment program.
Depending on the severity of disordered eating behaviors, treatment is delivered at varying levels of intensity: partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs.
“This journey is incredibly scary and difficult, but I know that with the EDCMT staff, I will always be supported and cared for no matter what comes my way.” EDCMT Patient
Our staff includes teams of therapists and dietitians, registered nurses, social workers/care managers, a cook and an attending physician. We are constantly growing and looking for talented people to join our team to help meet the needs of the people we serve and our community. We are currently seeking therapists and dieticians who have a specific passion for working with eating disorders and knowledge of the field and its current practices. Email us at email@example.com to learn more.
“At EDCMT, I have a community of support, shoulders to cry on and ears to listen to me when my mind is just spinning. I have hope poured into me through the smiles of my providers and other people ahead of me in the program.”- EDCMT Patient
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