The Eating Disorders Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is designed to help individuals with eating disorders work toward recovery in a comfortable and supportive environment.

The Center, which includes The Outlook at Westchester, is part of a joint collaborative treatment program of NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Columbia University Irving Medical Center, in affiliation with the New York State Psychiatric Institute.

The Eating Disorders Center features the expertise of faculty members of these two world-renowned academic medical centers and teaching institutions. Patients at The Outlook benefit from the most recent clinical research findings and advances in the treatment of eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia nervosa. We understand that eating disorders are serious illnesses, and we also believe that recovery is possible.

Our goal is to help patients achieve and maintain healthy eating habits and a healthy weight.


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Our Team

Reputable Experts

At The Outlook at Westchester, we use a team approach, bringing together the skills and talents of highly experienced clinicians. The team includes adult psychiatrists, psychologists, social work therapists, nurses, nutritionists, and therapeutic activity specialists.

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Treatments & Services

Specialized Program Services

At the Center for Eating Disorders, we provide services for young people and adults experiencing eating disorders. We tailor an individualized treatment and nutritional plan for each patient and engage families throughout the recovery process.

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