Birmingham, AL, October 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders, in an effort to offer the highest-quality continuum of care, has recently expanded its partial-hospitalization program to include Sundays. Now those in need of the supportive, nurturing and expert care provided by Magnolia Creek, can receive such care 7 days a week continuously.
Similarly, Magnolia Creek has also updated its program schedule to include additional experiential activities such as rope climbing, body movement and self-defense to its already full plate of groups including: psychodrama, spirituality, CBT, cooking, nutrition, family and interpersonal relationships and boundaries.
“Adding Sunday programming will provide additional structure and support for our PHP clients over the weekend until they can transition to providing their own self care,” explains Dr. Nicole Siegfried, Magnolia Creek’s Executive Director.
Programmatic expansion also allows for additional variety and flexibility according to Lynn Eastman, RN, a nurse who has worked at Magnolia Creek for several years and now serves as the new PHP Program Coordinator. “As client care is our number one priority, we are thrilled to continually build upon our already existing proven programs.”
Siegfried and Eastman are encouraged that the addition of Sundays to the PHP program as well as new, cutting-edge groups will further enhance Magnolia Creek’s reputation as a quality program that has held Joint Commission accreditation since its inception and consistently earns high survey scores from the state of Alabama’s licensing agency.
About Magnolia Creek
Peacefully situated beside a private lake and nestled among more than thirty wooded acres just outside Birmingham, Alabama, Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders (formerly known as Magnolia Creek Residential Treatment Center for Eating Disorders) provides residential and partial hospitalization treatment programs for women struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
Their comprehensive programs provide intensive and personalized treatment in a natural, home-like setting, addressing the medical, psychological, nutritional, spiritual, and relational needs of their clients. Magnolia Creek is licensed by the State of Alabama and is accredited by The Joint Commission.
To learn more about Magnolia Creek or to schedule an onsite visit, please contact Marisa Goodwin by phone at 404.630.2775 or by email at email@example.com. There is also more information available at: www.magnolia-creek.com.