Announcing a Three-Year Accreditation
We are pleased to share with you that TranscendED has been accredited by CARF International for a period of three years for its adult and adolescent partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs for individuals with eating disorders. By pursuing and achieving accreditation, TranscendED has demonstrated that it meets international standards for quality and is committed to pursuing excellence with the eating disordered population.
Recovery Oriented Treatment for Eating Disorders
TranscendED is a recovery-oriented mental health center located in Charlotte, North Carolina. We specialize in eating disorders treatment. We are a highly skilled and extensively trained staff that come together to create a treatment team unique to each client.
The treatment team consists of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Therapists, Dietitians, Counselors, and Administrative staff — all present to ensure that the highest quality treatment is being provided to each client. We strive to provide quality treatment, vigorous advocacy, multi-disciplinary education, and abundant support to those directly and indirectly affected by eating disorders.
Admissions & Referrals
At TranscendED we know that seeking treatment can be difficult. We have implemented our web-based Patient Treatment Application where you can request an assessment from wherever is most comfortable for you. Feel free to schedule your comprehensive assessment via phone as well. Give us a call today to begin your journey toward recovery.
We provide an array of services in order to best meet the individual needs of our clients. Our program is group-centered and includes Psychotherapy, Meal Support Therapy, Nutritional Counseling, Family Therapy, Music Therapy, and Yoga. Continue here to learn about these specific offerings.
Allow us the privilege to journey toward recovery alongside of you and/or your loved one. At TranscendED, we believe that recovery is possible. We support clients to build on their strengths, while creating opportunities to make choices that lead toward a meaningful life in recovery from their eating disorder.