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Who do we treat?

Treatment is available for adolescents and adults, and all genders, who are diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge-Eating Disorder, other subclinical eating disorders, as well as co-occurring mental health conditions. All treatment plans are individualized.

Where are the services provided?

Our clinic is located in Omaha, NE and offers a unique and comfortable home-like setting for individuals attending day services and outpatient services. To assist with the generalization of healthy behaviors outside of the clinic setting, outpatient services can also be provided in the individual’s home.

*To meet the needs of our clients, we are continuing to offer virtual PHP, IOP, and outpatient services. Clients receiving virtual services will receive the same evidence-based services that are delivered on-site, including individual and group therapy, therapeutic meal times, nutrition sessions, and weekly sessions with our APRN. All virtual services will be offered using a secure, HIPAA-compliant video platform.*

What settings of care do we offer?

Partial-Hospitalization (PHP)

Partial-hospitalization services are offered up to 10 hours a day, Monday through Friday, and up to 6 hours per day, Saturday through Sunday. Caloric needs and weight are assessed daily while individuals participate in meal planning, shopping, and preparation of meals and snacks in a supervised setting. Individuals also receive the following services:

  • Up to 3 meals and 2 snacks per day, with after-meal processing
  • Up to 5 group therapy sessions per day, to include skills-based, processing, media, movement, goal-setting, and nutrition groups
  • 2 individual therapy sessions per week
  • 2 individual nutrition sessions per week
  • Supervision of all activities, groups, meals, and restroom breaks
  • Involvement in menu planning, grocery shopping, and meal prep activities

Intensive-Outpatient (IOP)

Intensive-Outpatient services are offered up to 3 hours a day, Sunday through Saturday. Caloric needs and weight are assessed daily while individuals participate in meal planning, shopping, and preparation of meals and snacks in a supervised setting. Individuals also receive the following services:

  • Up to 1 meal and 1 snack per day, with after-meal processing
  • Up to 3 group therapy sessions per day, to include skills-based, processing, media, movement, goal-setting, and nutrition groups
  • 1 individual therapy session per week
  • 1 individual nutrition session per week
  • Supervision of all activities, groups, meals, and restroom breaks
  • Involvement in menu planning, grocery shopping, and meal prep activities

Outpatient Mental Health Therapy

Outpatient sessions are cognitive-behavioral in nature, and are scheduled as needed to assist individuals in developing new coping mechanisms, addressing underlying core issues that contribute to disordered eating, increasing social supports, and completing other goals as appropriate. Individuals will work with their therapist to achieve a healthier, more balanced relationship with food and exercise, implement new, positive behaviors, and achieve a healthy body image. Mental health therapy services can be provided in office, at home, or virtually*.

*Availability of virtual services is dependent upon insurance and licensure requirements.

Outpatient Nutrition Therapy

Nutrition therapy with our registered dietitian can assist individuals with implementing an appropriate and balanced meal plan, practicing meal prep and cooking skills, learning about food safety, and challenging food myths and fears. Sessions will also provide education regarding nutrition, food groups, and effects from being over- or under-nourished. Lifestyle and food preferences are taken into consideration to create an effective and realistic plan. Sessions are tailored to meet the needs of the individual. All nutrition information provided is based on current research and is consistent with the recommendations of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association. Nutrition sessions can be provided in office, at home, or virtually.


24 hour emergency on call support is provided by eating disorder staff.

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Omni Inventive Care Eating Disorder Clinic

8715 Oak St., Omaha, NE 68124

Phone: 402.333.0898

Fax: 402.333.0988

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