Eating disorder treatment center in Washington D.C.

Certified Eating Disorder Treatment Program

Reflections Eating Disorder Treatment Center, the only eating disorder program on the East Coast to receive The Joint Commission's disease-specific care certification, offers help and hope to adolescents, teens and adults with eating disorders.

We’re the first and only program in the northern Virginia and metropolitan Washington, D.C. areas to provide inpatient, partial hospitalization (daytime only) and outpatient programs in one comprehensive treatment center.

For more information about Reflections Eating Disorder Treatment Center, please call our intake coordinator at (703) 538-2886.

Complete care for eating disorders

At Reflections, you benefit from our specialized treatment for eating disorders that incorporates a multimodal treatment approach, with a major emphasis on group therapy. We offer various levels of care for eating disorder treatment, including an inpatient program, partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP).

To ensure we create an appropriate plan of care tailored to your specific needs, we integrate group and family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, expressive arts therapy and individual therapies.

Our multidisciplinary team includes board-certified psychiatrists, psychologists, internal medicine physicians, licensed therapists, registered dietitians, social workers and nurses.

Individualized approach for all types of eating disorders

Personalized attention in a comfortable setting and a rewards-based approach that promotes healing and recovery is what Reflections strives to provide. You have continuous contact with all members of our team to let us get to know you, develop your customized treatment plan and deliver the best care possible.

Your family and friends are encouraged to visit during our regular visiting hours and to participate in the various therapy sessions. Additionally, we offer support groups that meet every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the 2 South Conference Room.