Our Exton location is open and accepting new clients. Due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are following a hybrid treatment model. Our intensive outpatient groups will continue to meet online. Partial hospitalization is currently offered in-person with disinfection and social distancing measures.
Our Exton location treats all eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and ARFID. We take an individualized approach for our clients and help them heal their relationship with food, body, and mind. If you suspect an eating disorder in yourself or a loved one, contact us for an evaluation.
About Our Exton Location
Seeds of Hope’s Exton location serves adults living in or near Chester County. We offer two levels of eating disorder programming: partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient therapy.
Partial hospitalization runs Monday through Friday, 4 hours per day. The program includes group and individual therapy, medication management (when necessary), and alternative treatments like meditation and restorative yoga.
Intensive outpatient sessions run for 2 hours and 15 minutes and are offered Monday through Thursday. You will work towards recovery with a group of your peers while guided by professional clinicians.
The Exton Team
Our team includes licensed therapists, a registered dietician, and a certified physician assistant. We treat eating disorders with a comprehensive approach that addresses the mind, body, and spirit.
Kelly Kachel, M.A.
Andrea Bradford, MA, NCC
Rachel L. Frey, RDN, LDN
How Seeds of Hope Can Help You Recover from an Eating Disorder
We provide comprehensive eating disorder treatment that addresses the impact of these conditions on the body, mind, and spirit. Whether this is your first time seeking treatment or you’ve tried other programs before, you’ll find a different approach here at Seeds of Hope. We believe in you and your ability to heal. Start working with us today by calling (610) 644-6464 or contacting us through our website.