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    Can people with Depression, Anxeity & Binge Eating disorder enter inpatient rehab?
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    Zns66 posted:
    I've been in outpatient care for all 3 for months now. Things have only gotten worse for me it seems. I have an eating disorder but I am in healthy weight range & I don't throw up. I have major depression & anxiety I recently switched back to homeschooling because it has became bad. Do they have inpatient care for my sort of problem, I really don't feel like this outpatient care is helping, I want my life back ASAP. I wanna know what I could do ? Inpatient? Thank you!
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    Fanci7 responded:
    I doubt they will offer inpatient care if you are normal weight. You need to tell your therapist that you arent happy with the care you are getting. They may be able to find you a person for individual counseling and a group therapy. Be honest with your outpatient therapist... they can not help you if they dont know.


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