Galen Hope earns Joint Commission Gold Seal
Prestigious accreditation recognizes Galen Hope to provide the highest quality treatment for mental health and eating disorders
CORAL GABLES, Florida., November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Galen Hopean evidence-based treatment program for adults and adolescents with eating disorders and complex mental health issues, is pleased to announce that it has received the Gold Seal of Approval® from the Joint Commission for behavioral health care.
To receive this prestigious designation, Galen Hope underwent a rigorous on-site review and demonstrated that it meets the highest national standards for safety and quality of patient care.
Founded by dr. Wendy Oliver Pyattnationally renowned psychiatrist and clinical psychologist Dr. Amy Boyer, Galen Hope offers comprehensive treatment for mental health and eating disorders in an inclusive and nurturing therapeutic environment.
“We are thrilled to receive the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval,” Oliver-Pyatt said. “Our clinical team works every day to help our clients achieve lasting healing, providing the most effective therapies and evidence-based best practices in the areas of mental health and eating disorders.”
Intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs
Galen Hope offers multiple levels of care, including partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs, to meet the needs of clients and their families at every stage of recovery and recovery from mental health conditions complexes and eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating. Supported housing is available for PHP clients.
Galen Hope’s The treatment approach emphasizes individual high-frequency therapy and community integration to help clients build the connections and trust they need to thrive outside of the treatment center.
“I am so proud, collectively and individually, of our staff for the effort they put in every day to make Galen Hope the best program it can be. Our accreditation by the Joint Commission was the validation and recognition of all the hard work that has been done to make Galen Hope an exceptional treatment center,” says Boyers.
The Joint Commission’s standards are developed by healthcare providers, measurement experts and patients. Based on scientific literature and expert consensus, standards help healthcare organizations measure, evaluate and improve their performance. The accreditation process takes several months and includes on-site visits to assess care and treatment, as well as interviews with staff.
“At Galen Hope, we go beyond treating symptoms. We help our clients recover by identifying what matters to them and rediscovering their strengths,” says Oliver-Pyatt. “Through this process of self-discovery, we help our clients lay the foundation for a full and fulfilled life.”
About Galen Hope
Galen Hope provides individualized, flexible, evidence-based treatment for eating disorders, mental health, and dual diagnosis for adults and adolescents. Led by renowned psychiatrist Dr. Wendy Oliver Pyatt and clinical psychologist Dr. Amy Boyer, Galen Hope offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs with community integration and family support at our treatment center in Coral Gables, Florida. Galen Hope’s The mission is to have a profound impact on the lives of our clients, providing responsive, meaningful and compassionate care in an environment that affirms each individual’s experiences while creating a sense of connection and belonging. Our approach is grounded in individual high frequency therapy and emphasizes supporting clients as they reintegrate into the community aspects of their lives. For more information, call (888) 592-1817 or visit galenhope.com.
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