Frequently Asked Questions
Our therapists are leaders in the field. Their collaborative approach and dedication to the well-being of their patients separates them from generalist practice in the field of eating disorders, anxiety and related disorders. They believe that individuals suffering from these conditions can recover and enjoy a high quality of life.
Why should I/we choose CCEBT for eating disorder treatment when we are being recommended to a higher level of care (residential, inpatient hospitalization, Partial Hospitalization)?
We believe that parents/patients should have a choice regarding eating disorder treatment. Due to the seriousness of these illnesses we want individuals and their families/carers to be informed about treatment options as well as the outcomes of those treatments. The methods that are delivered at CCEBT have demonstrated empirical support. We believe that families/carers/individuals are not to be blamed for eating disorders, and instead are vital resources to the success of a treatment plan.
Where is Your Office Located?
Our offices are located in Chicago, Northbrook and Palos.
25 E. Washington Street, Suite 1505. The building is located on the southwest corner of Washington Street and Wabash Avenue. Get Directions
910 N Skokie Blvd, Suite 101 Northbrook, IL 60062 Get Directions
7250 W College Drive, Palos Heights, IL 60463 Get Directions
What Are the Options for Parking?
- 20 E. Randolph (between Michigan and Wabash);
- 60 E. Randolph (between Wabash and State);
- 60 E. Lake Ave (between Michigan and Wabash
- Grant Park underground parking at 25 N. Michigan Avenue.
- Macy’s valet (across the street from the Washington Street entrance) offers a discounted rate of $12.00 for 2 hours. Please show a business card from our office when obtaining your car.
What Are the Options for Taking Public Transportation?
What is Your Cancellation Policy?
Do You Take Insurance?
Some of our providers are in-network with University of Chicago student health insurance and/or BCBS PPO. If a provider is in-network with your insurance, they will submit claims for you. If a provider is not in-network with your insurance plan, they are considered out-of-network. Many patients are still able to utilize insurance benefits to pay for therapy sessions with an out-of-network provider. This is typically done by patients submitting a statement from our practice to the insurance provider and your insurance company may reimburse you directly.
What Are Your Fees/Payment?
Our practice operates on a fee-for-service basis. Fees are arranged between patient and clinician prior to beginning treatment in our program.