• 300 Garden City Plaza #312
    Garden City, NY 11530
  • Groups & Courses

    HoldingHandsDay-to-day program schedules contain a variety of group therapies, self-improvement and esteem building courses, and therapeutic activities that are custom planned weekly to best meet the needs of a group’s dynamics. While eating rehabilitation, therapy and didactic classes comprise each day, the specific schedules for each day will vary to maximize the effectiveness of any program. Some of the types of groups, courses and activities in an ED-180 program include:


    • Post-Meal Process Group
    • General Support Group
    • Life Skills and Coping Group
    • Nutritional Support Group
    • Family Support Group
    • Parent/Spouse Group
    • PTSD
    • Body Image Enhancement
    • Interpersonal Relationships
    • DBT Support Group
    • Substance Use and Misuse
    • The Meaning of Food
    • Medication Group


    • Building Self-Esteem
    • Hope for the Future
    • Making Your Bucket List
    • Finding Meaning in Life
    • Thriving in Chaos
    • Changing the Brain
    • Your Belief System
    • A Mindful Life
    • Principles of Fitness
    • Fear Extinction
    • Body Appreciation
    • The Recipe of YOU
    • Becoming “Unperfect”
    • The Concept of Manifestation


    • Dining: Mosaic Meal Rehabilitation
    • Creative Arts Therapy
    • Photoshop/Body Image
    • Yoga and Meditation
    • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
    • LOST Therapy
    • Music Therapy
    • Multi-Media Therapy
    • Drama/Improvisation Therapy
    • Biofeedback
    • Meal Preparation
    • Restaurant Meal (experimental)
    • Food Court Meal (experimental)
    • Clothes Shopping (experimental)

    In response to COVID-19 Please Note: Dr. DeSarbo and the ED-180 staff will be working remotely through the use of telemedicine until it is safe for patients and staff. While you may leave a message on the office phone, we prefer it if you can communicate through our office email DeSarbo312@gmail.com for appointments, refills, and other messages. Thank you and please be safe.