a woman struggles with the effects of binge eating disorder

How Does Binge Eating Disorder Affect the Body?

Binge eating is the most common eating disorder in the United States. Without the proper treatment, the chances of relapse are very high. The key lies in individualized treatment, which offers a custom plan for each woman seeking treatment, addressing the needs unique to her. At Crossroads, we offer women’s binge eating disorder treatment in…

a woman talks about her ocd and substance use disorder

Getting Help for OCD and Substance Use Disorder

OCD, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, is an anxiety disorder that includes obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. Although their thoughts and behaviors may seem unreasonable, they cannot resist the urges or stop behaviors. These rituals provide short-term relief, leaving a woman feeling anxious and out of control. Often, women may turn to drugs or alcohol to redirect…

eating disorders in women can cause a rift in relationships

How to Talk to Your Partner About Your Eating Disorder

Dealing with an eating disorder is not easy on your own. Involving your partner can give you the added support you need. First, however, it’s essential to talk with them honestly and openly about it. Simply admitting to your partner that you have an eating disorder can be the biggest hurdle you have to get…

a busy woman benefits from outpatient addiction treatment

Addiction Treatment for a Busy Woman’s Schedule

In a perfect world, those battling addiction would be able to drop everything and seek the treatment they need. But that’s not the reality for most, especially women. Thankfully, many addiction treatment centers offer intensive outpatient programs (IOP) so that busy women can get the treatment they need and still maintain a sense of normalcy…

a woman wonders is rehab covered by fmla

Is Rehab Covered by the FMLA?

Don’t let paying for rehab be the hurdle stopping you from getting the treatment you need. A residential women’s treatment center, like Crossroads, can help you navigate your coverage options and how to work with your employer to get your treatment covered under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). To learn more about this…