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Unread 08-12-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default Timberline Knolls or other treatment facility suggestions/info?

Does anyone have any personal experience with Timberline Knolls or have any useful information about it? I'm looking at it for a potential residential treatment for adhd, depression, anxiety, possible anorexia nervosa, and substance dependence.

I'd appreciate any information or insight anyone has on the subject.
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Does anyone have any personal experience with Timberline Knolls or have any useful information about it? I'm looking at it for a potential residential treatment for adhd, depression, anxiety, possible anorexia nervosa, and substance dependence.

I'd appreciate any information or insight anyone has on the subject.
I know many people who went to Timberline Knolls, but do not have any personal experience with it. One thing to consider-- when you said “possible anorexia nervosa and substance abuse,” does that mean you’re not sure if you have these issues or you’re not sure if you want a place that deals with these issues? I ask because unfortunately or fortunately, many residential programs are available for those primarily struggling with one or the other. It gets sort of complicated when you have, for instance, an eating disorder that you’re not ready to confront or just aren’t looking to work on, but want your treatment to be specifically for (let’s just say…) depression. There’s aren’t very many high quality, valuable residential programs that won’t want to treat the co-existing disorders as well.

Anyway, if you’re still looking for answers, I think I can help.
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