What We Offer
What we offer
At Northside Consulting, we know that you are the right person to advocate for yourself or loved one’s needs. But, knowing the right steps or even what to do next, can feel overwhelming.
After assessing current needs, severity of eating disorder, and level of care necessary, we begin the process of identifying the best treatment fit for you or your loved one. With 20 years of combined experience, our consultants have significant knowledge about possible treatment options all over the United States. We tour treatment programs in person, regularly attend professional conferences, and collaborate often with other treatment professionals and consultants so that we can provide you with treatment options that will best meet the needs of you or your loved one.
Once a plan has been established, we continue to support you through the admission process, transition into treatment, and then stay in contact with you during placement to provide coaching and support.
*Northside Consulting receives no commissions or referral fees from any individual treatment providers or programs to which we refer.
Why we are qualified to help
Our therapeutic placement consultants here at Northside, have significant experience working with eating disordered individuals and their families in the private practice setting. Our consultants are fully licensed and practicing psychotherapists with knowledge about disorder onset, progression, and recovery, as well as how families can best support their loved one through the treatment process. Additionally, we also have experience working within treatment centers that has provided us with familiarity of the admissions process.
For recovery, eating disorders often require a more intensive treatment, only found in a treatment center setting. When this is the case, it is important to move quickly before the disorder can progress any further. Our consultants meet this sense of urgency with their experience to assess the situation and needs quickly, evaluate which treatment options might be the best fit, and their ability to efficiently navigate the path towards admission.