CentraCare Eating Disorders Program

Eating Disorder Recovery Comes With a Team Who Understands You

At CentraCare, we know that healing occurs when we focus on mind, body and spirit. No matter your age, gender or when your relationship with food became a struggle, we can help you take a step into wellness by meeting with our interdisciplinary treatment team. We are also here to help parents and supportive others assist their loved one in finding their way back to normalized eating, movement and body image.

Why Choose Us

  • An established reputation. We have served the community’s eating disorder needs for more than 30 years.
  • Individualized care. Our multidisciplinary team provides you with a plan that best meets your needs.
  • Access to other providers and services. As part of CentraCare, you benefit from a shared medical record between your providers. Also, we can help you access other services — in the community and throughout the state — when another level of care is needed.
  • Video visits are now available! Contact our clinic at 320-255-5996 to learn more about this option.

Schedule Now
To schedule an appointment, please complete our online health history questionnaire or contact our clinic at 320-255-5996 or at

Our team of experts — which consists of psychologists, dietitians and a physician — treats the following eating disorders:

  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Binge eating disorder (BED)
  • Bulimia nervosa
  • Other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED)

To learn more about these conditions, please review our eating disorders definitions page.

Using a comprehensive approach, we provide these services:

  • Evaluate your condition
  • Create a customized treatment plan that may include individual, group or family therapy, and nutritional counseling
  • Perform a medical assessment and a psychiatric evaluation, as appropriate
  • Educate you on the functions of food, the importance of meal planning for symptom management and the need to develop normal eating behaviors

Take Our Self Assessment
Answer “true” or “false” to the following questions
• I make myself sick when I feel uncomfortably full.
• I worry I have lost control over how much I eat.
• I recently lost more than 15 pounds in a three-month period.
• I believe I’m fat, but others say I am too thin.
• I would say food dominates my life.

If you answered “true” to two or more of these statements, you might be at risk of an eating disorder. We can help. Complete our online health history questionnaire or contact our clinic at 320-255-5996 or at

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