Equip Patient Outcomes

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


of patients meet weight restoration goals by 4 weeks


patients remain in treatment after 4 weeks


of patients see reduction of eating disorder symptoms by 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).