About Mirasol Eating Disorder Recovery Center
Who We Are and What We Do
Located in Tucson, Arizona, Mirasol's unique treatment facilities offer an alternative approach to eating disorder recovery, combining the best medical and psychiatric interventions with proven alternative therapies.
Virtual Tours - Visit Mirasol's treatment facilities in the heart of southern Arizona's spectacular Sonoran Desert.
Mirasol Videos - Experience life at Mirasol by accompanying us as we explore challenges of high ropes courses, camping, caving and cooking together.
Alternative Treatment - Mirasol's eating disorder treatment program is designed to heal the whole person — mind, body and spirit — by combining individual and group psychotherapy with experiential therapies including acupuncture, EMDR, adventure therapy and energy psychology.
Treatment Philosophy - We believe that eating disorders are the result of chronic stress or trauma, and that therapies proven effective in the treatment of other stress-related conditions can achieve transformation in individuals and, ultimately, in families and communities.
Outcomes - Years of research using standardized psychological testing demonstrates dramatic decreases in symptoms of depression.
Our Staff - Mirasol has more than 50 staff members including state-certified therapists, psychiatrists, dietitians, dietitians and registered nurses.
Admission - Admission is a simple four-step process guided by Mirasol's admission counselors.
Accreditation - Mirasol is licensed by the Arizona Board of behavioral Health and accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Paying for Treatment - Advice on getting your insurance company to pay for eating disorder treatment.
FAQS - Frequently asked questions about eating disorder treatment at Mirasol.
Testimonials - What our clients, their families and their therapists say about their experience at Mirasol.
A Brief History of Mirasol - Mirasol Founder and CEO Jeanne Rust, PhD, has dedicated her life to finding a way to help people with eating disorders learn how to become well.