Evaluations will include detailed feedback and treatment recommendations. Follow-up consultations may be arranged if needed. Available treatments include individual and group psychotherapy and medication management with Columbia University faculty. More structured treatment for individuals with eating disorders, including evidence-based psychotherapy groups and supervised meals is available at the Columbia Eating Disorders Program (CEDP), part of the Columbia University Day Program at ColumbiaDoctors - Midtown located at 51 West 51st Street in New York city.
EDATS and CEDP are part of the Columbia Center for Eating Disorders and The New York State Comprehensive Care Center for Eating Disorders, Metropolitan Division. Under the founding leadership of Dr. B. Timothy Walsh and the current leadership of Dr. Evelyn Attia, The Columbia Center for Eating Disorders is an internationally recognized program with nearly thirty years of commitment to the research and treatment of eating disorders.
Treatment incorporates up-to-date findings in the most effective treatments for eating disorders, including psychotherapy and medication.
- Evelyn Attia, MD, Director
- Allegra Broft, MD
- Michael Devlin, MD
- Laurel Mayer, MD
- Joanna Steinglass, MD
- B. Timothy Walsh, MD
EDATS will accept referrals from health care professionals, but contact with patient will be necessary prior to EDATS appointment. In addition, self-referrals will be accepted.
For information about research opportunities affiliated with The Eating Disorders Research Unit at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, please visit our website.
EDATS is a fee-for-service clinical program. Fees may vary depending on the comprehensiveness required or requested for the evaluation.
To schedule an appointment, make a referral, or for further information,
please call 212-543-5739.
Columbia University Medical Center
Neurological Institute, 12th floor
720 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032