Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Behavioral Nutrition Inc., is an individualized Licensed Eating Disorder Facility that integrates a unique expertise in Behavioral Counseling and Medical Nutrition, to treat and support individuals who struggle with eating disorders, poor body image, self-esteem and comorbid mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma and PTSD.

Adult Women’s Partial Hospitalization Program

Adult Women’s Partial Hospitalization Program Requirements

Female 18 years of age or older, medically stable

Adult Women’s Partial Hospitalization Program Hours:

Patients attend the Partial Hospitalization Program for approximately 2-4 weeks

5 Days a week, from 8:30 – 2:30 p.m. from Monday – Friday


Our specialized PHP nutrition treatment protocols are developed to treat the following populations:


  • Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Binge/Over-Eating and Food Addiction
  • Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome
  • Pre and Post Weight-Loss Surgery


The intimate size (up to 7 patients) of the Adult Women’s Partial Hospitalization Program groups enables patients to have an individualized approach to their eating disorder treatment with a more profound connection to the program and staff, promoting long-term recovery.

Behavioral Nutrition’s Registered and Licensed Dietitians apply medical nutrition therapy to support patients’ nutrient needs by first analyzing blood test results and weight patterns, providing individualized recommendations around specific foods and/or high-quality, research-supported nutritional supplements. Emphasizing normalized portions and food combinations and introduction of new nutritious foods helps facilitate patient compliance and long-term recovery. None of Behavioral Nutrition’s programs use a food exchange protocol for meal planning. Instead, attention to detail is applied as dietitians review patients’ micronutrient (vitamin and mineral/electrolyte) needs and deficiencies, macronutrient (caloric) requirements, food allergies/intolerances, food preferences, trigger foods, “safe” foods, access to food and food intake patterns. Behavioral Nutrition also prides itself on providing wholesome, nutrient-dense and organic snacks to its patients, as well as promoting financially sensitive recommendations around purchasing and preparing nutrient-rich meals.