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Taking the step to seek treatment is a milestone in your recovery; it also leaves you with many questions. Pamela Hay, Magnolia Creek Admissions Director, shared some valuable information regarding the role of our Intake Coordinator and Dietician, how the level of care is determined, what to expect your first day, and the value of therapy sessions.

Last modified on Thursday, 22 June 2017 13:45

Magnolia Creek Previous Client on The Doctor's TV

Lauren is a young woman that struggled with Bulimia Nervosa for 13 years; an eating disorder that affects 2 out of every 100 women in the United States. As a young teen, Lauren had also struggled with Anorexia Nervosa. After losing a significant amount of weight, she began to have trouble walking and seeing properly. Lauren then completed six weeks of residential treatment for Anorexia Nervosa, restoring her body weight. However, immediately following discharge from treatment, she started engaging in eating disordered behaviors congruent with Bulimia Nervosa to assist her with distress relief.

Last modified on Monday, 19 June 2017 13:19


Summer is just around the corner! Summer days are long, and we enjoy outdoor activities and soaking up the warm sunshine. With the rising temperatures, it is vital to keep our bodies hydrated with additional water content. Drinking water is a great way to keep our bodies safe, but did you know that some fruits and vegetables contain natural water, while others can help our bodies absorb water? We found a few recipes that are easy to make, great for summertime eating, and will help you keep your body hydrated while enjoying the great outdoors. Enjoy!

Last modified on Tuesday, 20 June 2017 11:03

Eating disorders such as Bulimia Nervosa and Anorexia Nervosa are among the most fatal mental illnesses in the United States. As one might imagine, making a full recovery from an eating disorder takes plenty of planning, motivation and perseverance. Statistics suggest that the vast majority of women with eating disorders will, at some point, relapse and resort back to disordered eating behaviors. Therefore, it’s imperative that women prepare for life after treatment with a thorough relapse prevention plan that they can adhere to.

Last modified on Friday, 09 June 2017 13:28

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    Client1Just wanted to let you know that everything's going great, and I'm not letting myself disappear. (My living situation) is ideal and I couldn't be happier. Thank you for helping me learn to love life.

    Former Client - Magnolia Creek

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    client2How do you thank someone who has given you their life back? I can't even put into words how much you all mean to me. Magnolia Creek was a gift from God.

    Former Client - Magnolia Creek

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    Client3You are changing people's lives. There is no greater thing than what you all are doing...Thank you for treating [our daughter] with respect and helping her recover herself back. What a gift you have given to us. We can never say thank you enough.

    Family of Former Client - Magnolia Creek

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