5 Days / Week: & Weekend Treatment Options
The Central Coast Treatment Center for Eating, Exercise, and Body Image Disorders offers a holistic and dynamic approach for adults, adolescents, and children from Ventura to Paso Robles. Many factors come together to create the ‘perfect storm’ that fuels each individual’s unique disorder. We provide a highly coordinated, multi-faceted treatment program that approaches the disorder from every angle. Our Self-retrieval process confronts the deep social conditioning at the core of disordered eating, exercise addiction, and body image obsession.
Day Treatment Program (PHP)
Adolescent, young adult and mature adult tracks offered! It is possible for dreams to come true here…
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Afternoon and evening program offered with individual nutrition & therapy sessions added to group schedule…
Binge Eating Disorder & Overeating (NEW)
Presenting a new intensive program to treat Binge Eating Disorder & Metabolic Syndrome with breakthrough medical knowledge combined with advances in Nutritional Psychology and Transformative Recovery.
Francie White, A Meaning-Filled Messenger
What Our Clients Say
How truly blessed we are to have found the amazing family at Central Coast. I say family because they made my daughter feel so comfortable and really important. It gave her the security she was looking for to be herself and to move forward in her recovery. This did not come without hurdles, but it was well worth it…
I used to never allow myself to feel beautiful unless the number on the scale and the size of my jeans corresponded to my ideal. I am so much more connected to myself now, and I have learned that beauty does not come from a meaningless number on a scale or a size. I no longer constantly compare myself to others…
From the Blog
If you are reading this and you have repeatedly quit or altogether avoided exercise, you may be surprised to discover the important underlying reasons for your lost motivation to be active through this fascinating process! In our fitness focused culture we are...read more
An Overview Over-eating may be defined through one or more of the following symptoms: Non-hunger eating that occurs on a regular basis. Eating past the point of satiety/fullness on a regular basis. Experiencing a loss of control with eating such that more food is...read more
From Carolyn Costin’s Excerpts from Family Therapy Chapter The Goal of Family Therapy: These days, more than ever, parents want to know whether or not their son or daughter's eating disorder is due to something they said or did or something handed down in their genes....read more