You deserve more than quick fixes or temporary solutions. At Structure House, you’ll receive personalized guidance to promote long-term healthy living.
Structure House helps adults struggling with a variety of weight-related challenges. We ensure certain fundamental wellness principles apply to all our participants. Together, these principles form a holistic approach to healthy weight management.
When we say “holistic,” we mean your stay will focus on physical, mental, and behavioral health. Knowledgeable professionals help you adopt a healthier relationship with food. You’ll gain an understanding of the medical and psychological obstacles preventing you from living a more satisfying life. Experience personalized instruction in fitness, nutrition, meal planning, and preparation. We ensure your time at Structure House empowers you to define success in a way that’s sustainable.
Weight Loss & Weight Management
Learn more about weight loss and weight management at Structure House
The Structure House approach to weight management includes scientifically-based principles of behavior change, nutrition, and fitness that are designed to help participants develop lasting healthy lifestyle habits.
Our center employs a number of dedicated professionals who are experts in their respective fields. With a staff of highly trained medical personnel, fitness experts, nutrition specialists, and clinical mental health professionals, we are able to provide the comprehensive and holistic care that participants need to improve their overall health and well being. If you have been struggling with weight management, Structure House can help you to develop the skills that will empower you to live the life you desire.
Bariatric Surgery Support
Learn how to receive bariatric surgery support and weight loss programming at Structure House.
We specialize in the psychological aspects of weight management and can support individuals who are dealing with the unique physical, behavioral, and emotional challenges that accompany bariatric surgery. If you are planning to undergo, or have had any type of weight loss surgery, we can assist you in making and sustaining the dietary and other health behavior changes that are needed to have a successful long-term surgical outcome. Our goal is to provide you with preparation for your surgery and/or tools to attain optimal results following your surgery.
Learn more about binge-eating disorder treatment at Structure House
Binge-eating disorder (BED) is a mental health condition that is characterized by regularly eating excessive amounts of food, far more than most people would typically eat in a similar time period, and continues to eat despite feeling full. During these episodes of binge-eating, individuals feel out of control of the amount of food that they are consuming and experience feelings of extreme guilt and shame once the binge has ended. Not only does binge-eating disorder affect a person’s overall physical health, but it can also interfere with an individual’s ability to function in a healthy manner on a day-to-day basis.
Learn more about compulsive overeating treatment at Structure House
Compulsive overeating, which is also referred to as compulsive eating, is a behavioral disorder that can impact a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and social wellbeing. Characterized by an inability to control the quantity of food that one consumes, compulsive overeating is associated with myriad unhealthy issues, disorders, and behaviors.
Learn more about obesity treatment at Structure House
Obesity is an epidemic-level problem that can have a devastating personal impact. Excessive weight can take a significant toll on an individual’s physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being. Individuals whose weight places them in the clinically obese category (in most cases, having a body mass index above 29.9) are at increased risk for hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancers, and a host of additional physical problems. At the same time, obese people often find themselves dealing with depression, low self-esteem, and feelings of personal inadequacy while also having to endure ridicule, rejection, and other forms of social stigma. To no one’s surprise, the combined effect of these internal issues and external challenges can range from debilitating to deadly.
Learn more about diabetes treatment at Structure House
The sooner an individual recognizes the signs and symptoms of diabetes and talks with his or her doctor about his or her health, the sooner a diagnosis can be determined and treatment can begin. Treating diabetes, whether a person has Type 1 or 2 or is pre-diabetic, requires regular monitoring of one’s blood sugar levels. However, people with Type 2 Diabetes, the form of this condition that is primarily caused by poor eating habits that result in weight gain, can successfully manage their blood sugar via medical treatment and certain lifestyle changes. At Structure House, we understand the costs to a person’s health when diabetes is present in his or her life and believe it is important that he or she receives care to treat this medical condition effectively. We also believe that a crucial way to reduce the risks associated with diabetes is to live a healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious foods and ample exercise. For these reasons, our center is proud to offer exemplary treatment for individuals who wish to lose weight and manage their diabetes through our Lifestyle Program for Diabetes.