Each year, more than 5 million Americans from all walks of life are affected by eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating. Anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem may occur as well. While the emotional and physical effects can be devastating, with proper treatment, you can be cured and go on to enjoy a healthier, happier life.Learn more
Bulimia is often associated with moodiness and shame, as well as physical distress.Learn more 1
Anorexia nervosa is an illness that, with early and sophisticated care, can usually be fully cured.Learn more 2
Binge eating comes with guilt, shame, and distress, and is treatable.3
More than just picky eating, ARFID prevents you from growing and developing properly, interferes with school and work and social life, and can take the joy out of life.4
Wilkins Center is proud to provide comprehensive outpatient treatment for a wide range of eating disorders and related issues among young adult and adult women, teens, children, boys and men.Learn more 5
Maudsley Family-Based Therapy is an outpatient treatment in which parents play an active and positive role to help their child recover from anorexia.Learn more 6
Girl Power is a Wilkins Center prevention program designed for young girls and facilitating the major transitions from elementary to middle school, and from middle school to high school.Learn more 7
At Wilkins Center, we understand that trying to get your young, teenage or adult child the critical help she or he needs is an overwhelming process.Learn more 8
An approach that achieves excellent results for preteens and teens struggling with anorexia.
These are critical points in your child’s life that involve changes in long-standing relationships.
Patients, and parents of younger patients, are seen as crucial collaborators in successful treatment.
At Wilkins Center, the patient and/or parents meet initially with a senior staff member, a recognized expert in eating disorders, who makes an assessment, describes treatment options, and remains involved throughout the process to coordinate the team of Wilkins specialists who are best suited to the situation and family. Patients, and parents of younger patients, are seen as crucial collaborators in successful treatment.
Wilkins Center for Eating Disorders
200 Pemberwick Road
Greenwich, CT 06831