Stanford Adult Eating and Weight Disorders Program
The Stanford Adult Eating and Weight Disorders Program is a specialty program providing evidence-based treatment to patients with disordered eating behaviors that impact their health and quality of life.
The Program, housed within Stanford’s Psychosocial Treatment Clinic at 401 Quarry Road, serves adult patients ages 18-75 with primary concerns of disordered eating, body image, weight management, or post-bariatric surgery weight regain, and conditions including:
- anorexia nervosa
- bulimia nervosa
- binge-eating disorder
- other specified feeding and eating disorders (OSFED)
We are a clinical, training, and research program with attending psychologists, attending psychiatrists, post-doctoral fellows, and resident physicians.
For appointments and referrals, please call our intake line at 650-498-9111
(If high school age or younger, please call LPCH intake at 650-723-5511)