Equip Patients Get Better

Our program leads to exemplary outcomes for lasting recovery. Read about our first research paper here


of patients are seeing positive outcomes


of patients on weight restoration are gaining weight


of patients remain in treatment after 4 weeks


Evidence-based care that works

Family-Based Treatment is the gold-standard of care

90% of patients improve with evidence-based outpatient treatment like FBT⁷

86% of patients see positive outcomes from FBT⁴


The Eating Disorder Treatment Landscape

The current treatment landscape presents woeful gaps in care


Americans struggle with an eating disorder¹


never get treatment²


of those who do get treatment fully recover³

Treatment Research

The data that guides Equip's approach


¹ Eating Disorder Coalition For Research, Policy, & Action. (2014). Eatingdisorderscoalition.Org.

² Kazdin, Fitzimmons-Craft, Wilfley, A. K. E. F. C. D. W. (2017). Addressing Critical Gaps in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1–35.

³ Accurso, Sim, Muhlheim, Lebow, E. A. L. S. L. M. J. L. (2019). Parents know best: Caregiver perspectives on eating disorder recovery. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 1.

4 Loeb, LeGrange, K. L. D. L. G. (2009). Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Eating Disorders: Current Status, New Applications and Future Directions. International Journal of Child Adolescent Health, 1–13.

5 Mysliwiec, R. M. (2020). Neuroscience of Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa: Implications for Family-Based Treatment (FBT). Frontiers in Psychiatry, 1–14.


7Original source:  Eisler, I., et al. "Maudsley service manual for child and adolescent eating disorders." Disponible sur: www. national. slam.nhs. uk/wpcontent/uploads/2011/11/Maudsley Service Manual for Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders July (2016).