Your Healing Starts Here
Avalon Hills saved our daughter’s life. For 2 years, our family searched for answers to our daughter’s illness, only to find treatment approaches offered at well-known USA medical and mental health institutions that had failed to treat our daughter’s condition. Avalon is unmatched in the quality of care and love in which it treats the children, young adults, and family members entrapped by an Eating Disorder. Avalon IS HOPE.
Avalon Hills has several areas which I think sets them apart from many places. First is their focus on the neuroscience and the brain retraining. They consult with some of the best people in the world in this area of expertise. Second is the duration of time that they will focus on what is best for the patient. They will really do what they can with the insurance companies to ensure as much coverage as possible is afforded to the patient.
Avalon Hills — The Story
Better Treatment. Life Changing Recovery.While Eating Disorders have a lot in common, everybody is different, and so every eating disorder treatment program at Avalon Hills has a tailor-made component, unique to the individual. We help our clients develop new ways of thriving in their lives through a combination of the best, tried-and-true traditional recovery methods, psychotherapies and advanced neuroscience.
EXPRESSIVE AND EXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPIES
Others Have Done It. You Can Too.
Recovering from an eating disorder is possible and is a team effort. At Avalon Hills we will work with you to surround your child with people who will care for them, listen to them, laugh with them, and fight for them. Others have healed and your loved one can too.
Think Different About RecoveryNeurofeedback has assisted many of our clients to function well in life without medication. Working with leading figures in neurofeedback, Avalon Hills has pioneered the application of this technique to help those with Eating Disorders. Neurofeedback is completely non-invasive, and involves tailoring brain exercises to help people learn to regulate their emotions and gain control over their attention and focus. They’re in control of retraining their brain.
Different Areas Of The Brain