Esperanza Eating Disorders Center, San Antonio, Texas


Esperanza Eating Disorders Center, San Antonio, Texas

Esperanza Eating Disorders Center
403 E Ramsey Rd, Suite 204
San Antonio, TX 78216

210-253-9763 Office
www.EsperanzaEDC.com

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Esperanza Eating Disorders Center
Susan C. Mengden, PhD, CEDS-s is proud to announce the opening of Esperanza Eating Disorders Center in San Antonio, Texas. Esperanza is a Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Center providing treatment for adolescents (13-17) and adults in San Antonio and South Texas.

Susan C. Mengden, PhD, CEDS-s
Known nationally and internationally for her expertise, Dr Mengden is a licensed psychologist who received her PhD from Boston College. Her passion for providing hope and recovery to eating disordered patients and their loved ones has led her to positions at all levels of care for the past 31 years.

Our Team
Belief in the power of teamwork has resulted in a carefully selected multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals, dietitians, physicians, registered nurses and integrative therapists committed to working with patients, their loved ones and professionals in the community to empower lasting recovery.

Recovery By Doing
One of Esperanza’s cornerstone philosophies is Recovery by Doing. Patients don’t just hear about what to do, but they get hands on experience in “doing” recovery. Learning to grocery shop, hands on cooking, learning to plate a meal and integrative therapies including meditation, mindful movement and journaling are all part of Recovery by Doing.

Levels of Care
Partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient programs allow family and loved ones to participate in the healing process every step of the way. Specialized programs are designed for Adults and Adolescents (ages 13-17), are gender inclusive and provide treatment for all types of eating disorders, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, ARFID (Avoidant/ Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) and other types of disordered eating. Adolescent and Adult programs run concurrently, but are completely separate.

More Soon
Visit our web site again in a month or two for more information, insurance panels, and programming details.