Our research allows us to better understand our clients and meet their needs

We have been evaluating the benefits of our treatment for decades and have previously published the only peer-reviewed decade-long post-graduate outcome study on residential eating disorder clients. Our current research is an extension of our twenty-seven year commitment to providing research-backed care.

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Clients Currently Enrolled in the Study
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High Response Rate*
at Admission
at Discharge
Based on consent rates
High response rate indicates data truly reflects our client population
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Weight Restored by Discharge from Residential
of Adolescents
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of Adults
Among clients diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa

Our clients maintain treatment gains 6-months post-discharge

They get well and stay well

We are the first treatment provider to show lasting improvement

significantly improved
Reduced ED Symptoms
significantly improved
Reduced Depression Symptoms
significantly improved
Reduced Anxiety Symptoms

of adults admitted to residential eating disorder treatment meet criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

In response to high rates of trauma, we developed an integrated trauma treatment program. We are the first to provide evidence-based trauma treatment (CPT) concurrently with eating disorder treatment in higher levels of care

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Our comprehensive research study assess treatment outcomes in our residential, partial hospitalization program (PHP) and intensive outpatient program (IOP) levels of care. Results indicate that clients experienced clinically and statistically significant reductions in eating disorder symptoms over the course of treatment in the levels of care on nearly all scales. Additionally, results show clinically and statistically significant depression and anxiety symptoms reduction.

2018-2021 Outcomes Report


Our comprehensive research study shows that on average, Clementine clients experienced clinically and statistically significant reductions in eating disorder symptoms from admission to discharge. Eating disorder symptoms are measured using the Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire. Clients improve on other measures as well, including depression and anxiety.

2018-2021 Outcomes Report
LGBTQIA Inclusion

Affirming & inclusive care means better outcomes for LGBTQIA+ clients

Our current data indicates that 35% of our clients identify as LGBTQIA+ and that eating disorders affect this community at higher rates. Our study shows that our trauma-informed treatment approach, which addresses the specific needs of LGBTQIA+ individuals, supports recovery.

2020 Study on Sexual and Gender Minority Individuals

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