Vital Statistics

Patient Characteristics

Mean age at intake assessment is 26.9 years (range 18 to 65 years).

91.7% female and 8.3% males.

*An increase fro the prior two years of males engaged in programming with addition o f the MTT.

DSM-5 Diagnosis
Anorexia Nervosa 28.7%
Bulimia Nervosa 33.0%
Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorder (OSFED):

OSFED – Atypical anorexia nervosa 9.6%
OSFED – Bulimia nervosa 11.7%
OSFED – Binge-eating disorder 3.2%
OSFED - Purging disorder 1.1%

No Eating Disorder/Other 12.7%

University Track

Group Based Programming Attended

88% of patients who receive an assessment attend programming post assessment.
58.2% of patients accepted to the program attended Core CBT Group Therapy

Patient Satisfaction Data

Overall, patients reported feeling “Somewhat to Extremely Satisfied” with the treatment received through the Adult Eating Disorders Clinic. All patients reported that the treatment was “Helpful” and said they would recommend the Adult Eating Disorders Clinic treatment program to a friend or family member.

The most satisfying components of treatment identified by patients’ self-reports included:
• having friendly and committed treatment staff who understand the illness
• knowing they were not alone
• feeling hopeful for recovery, and
• appreciation for the skills learned in the groups.
Patients also reported feeling “Somewhat to Extremely Satisfied” with specific groups including Core Group Therapy, CBT for Body Satisfaction, Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Adult Eating Disorders.

Program Outcome Data

Patients who completed the full group-based treatment program experienced decreased symptoms of low mood and other psychological symptoms of an eating disorder from pre to post-treatment.  Overall, patients experienced an increase in their satisfaction with life over the course of treatment in the program.