Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders

36075 S. Rincon Road, Wickenburg, Arizona, 85390

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A fully accredited and licensed inpatient behavioral health facility located in the beautiful Arizona desert, Rosewood is one of the first and most experienced programs to provide comprehensive care for all stages of recovery from anorexia,bulimia, binge eating disorder and co-occurring addictions /disorders to men, women, and adolescent boys and girls.

Facility Highlights

  • Specializes in anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, co-occurring addictions and mood/psychiatric disorders
  • Uses a variety of treatment modalities to help individuals recover from eating disorders and co-occurring addictions.
  • Led by three of the nation's leading eating disorders experts, Dena Cabrera, Psy.D., Amelia Davis, M.D, and Nicole Garber, M.D.

Specialization

  • Eating Disorder Treatment
    Rosewood provides a comprehensive continuum of care for eating disorder treatment, including a licensed inpatient facility with 24 hour medical supervision to stabilize and treat the most severe eating disorder cases. We accept individuals of all ages, genders and stages of eating disorders, treating them with respect, compassion and mutual trust. Our caring clinicians will get to know you as a person and develop an individualized eating disorder recovery plan based on your needs.
  • Dual Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment
    A co-occurring disorder describes the presence of two or more disorders at the same time. For example, a person suffering from anorexia bulimia may also be suffering from substance abuse. By addressing both the eating disorder and the substance use disorder at the same time as well as applying a variety of other therapies, a patient can make significant improvements. At Rosewood, our staff has worked with many people suffering from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder and has discovered that the majority of these patients often suffer from more than one clinical disorder such as alcohol addiction, drug addiction, depression, anxiety, or PTSD.

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K.

    Rosewood Medical Center is by far the worst treatment Center I have ever been to. I have been there 2 times (the second time I pleaded to go somewhere else but was forced there)... First off, my nutritionist was a very young individual (will not name names) who was just out of college. He had no previous eating disorder treatment experience except that he HAD an eating disorder and was able to "cure" himself on his own. Second, My therapist continued to lie to me. She promised me that she would give me the threatening emails my parents were sending and then when I requested them she would not give them up. She also provided me with no help at all except to make me feel more alone and vulnerable. Third, the kitchen staff has no idea what they are doing. They have no knowledge of exchanges and continuously messed up. I was missing a protein on my plate on one meal and when I asked, the kitchen staff member replied that my protein was the asparagus. There were many other instances like this and portion sizes continued to change, Also, my first stay they allowed 3 dislikes and when I went this passed time you have none. Also, unlike other facilities, you have no choice whatsoever of your meals. Other places I have been to give you AT LEAST 2 options. Now with the "equine therapy," the horses were basically there just for show. We got no time with them whatsoever. The obstacle course never happened either and even if it did, you had to be at your goal weight to participate (many people get discharged once they get to there goal weight). The first time I was there you only had to be at a certain percentage at which was safe to participate. This allowed more than 1 or 2 people to do it. It was the same for the walks this most recent time. My first stay there, I was able to participate in walks all the time, and this last time my weight was higher and I still never once got to participate (only like 2 people were cleared, ridiculous). Now, there was one therapist there that actually cared about the patients. I doubt he is still there though but I remember every one of us would go to him for the honest truth because no one else told us anything. BE WARNED..... If you decide to go to Rosewood, the minute they take your things you lose ALL FREE WILL. Many people I was there with were lied to, told anything they wanted to hear over the phone, and then once you get there they do whatever they want to you. All they care about is keeping you there as long as possible. They allow you very little time to communicate with the outside world (3 phone calls, 3x/week). You are not allowed to go to your room from 8am until 9pm. You are constantly watched. The nurses treat you like crap. They don't give you any info on your treatment plan and give you no involvement in your recovery (even if you are over 18). I was in the Marine Corps. and I was treated better in bootcamp than how they treated me here. I have been to other facilities and this one id BY FAR THE WORST!

    KMC

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    For the most part Rosewood was okay, the Ranch was decent, the problem came when I went to Capri. There was a therapist who should not be a therapist. She was rude. If you go to Capri- beware of this individual, I do not recommend this place since they hire people like that.

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    I can't say enough about how shocked I was at everything about this clinic. I am a large person and they accomodated me like you wouldn't believe. My meal plan was well thought out y and my therapist quickly got to the core of issues it took a year for others to find but not as in depth. I was crying in our first session and I don't cry. It was like these two ladies just knew me before I spoke. I didn't get to stay long cuz of insurance but I didn't need to. The staff was amazing and I walk out a better person.

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    Awesome therapist, psych doctors, and dietitians but Lack of compassion for staff. the team is getting better each day. (working together)

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    JHACO accredited, experiential therapies, psychiatrists, therapists, dieticians, full time nursing staff were strengths. Treatment is expensive. Rosewood has been around for 20 years. The eating disorder treatment there is top notch. Rosewood provides many different therapeutic approaches. Different things work for different people. Several experiential therapies are also included such as equine therapy, canine therapy, low ropes course, art therapy, music therapy, yoga and tai chi to name a few.
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