Concierge Eating Disorder Services

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O’Connor Professional Group is a concierge service and does not accept insurance. We do our best to help clients find providers who accept insurance.

At least 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S; a limited number of individuals in that group receive the treatment that they need.

Individuals with eating disorder-related behaviors require a cohesive plan with vetted, high-quality resources, and tailored eating disorder services to address their specific needs. OPG eating disorder services include options targeted to individual client needs. Many individuals suffering from eating disorders have a co-occurring mental health condition or other behavioral issues, which can be addressed through OPG services.

Summary of Private Eating Disorder Services

OPG offers customized, private services to individuals and family members; these services can be offered in-person or remote. Please refer to the below services for more information.


When attempting to find treatment for an eating disorder, it can be challenging for families and individuals to determine a course of action. O’Connor Professional Group offers assessments for clients and treatment placement consultations for clients interested in residential options, but who are unsure about which facility to choose. Finally, OPG provides multidisciplinary team consultations for complex cases (i.e., multiple co-occurring issues, concerns around a family business). Additionally, consultations include:

  • Gathering of clinical history from family, therapeutic providers, and individuals
  • Development of a plan for clinical, educational, vocational, independent living and social resources


Our eating disorder coaching services include a broad array of activities that can help to ease a client’s transition to the community after residential treatment or provide support as a complement to outpatient clinical services. Coaching services are tailored to a client’s specific diagnosis and can be delivered on a personalized schedule. O’Connor Professional Group matches the eating disorder coach to the client’s clinical profile and personal preferences. Our coaching services also assist clients with organization, time management, and executive functioning. Additionally, eating disorder coaching includes:

Available Hourly or on a Live-In Basis

  • Interface with insurance company/funding sources
  • Grocery shopping based on client’s meal plan
  • Clothing shopping (e.g., support while clothes shopping)
  • Meal planning, portioning, and preparing in coordination with the client’s dietitian
  • Providing support based on current and future goals around meal structure (e.g., exchanges, intuitive eating models, Maudsley)
  • Coaching around exposure (e.g., fear foods, restaurants)
  • Supportive supervision before, during, and after meals
  • Planning for special food-related events
  • Mindfulness-based skills coaching around meal times
  • Vocational coaching (e.g., job searching, resume writing, volunteer placements)
  • Educational support (e.g., applying to schools, completing assignments)
  • Executive functioning coaching (e.g., time management, organization)
  • Socialization (e.g., location of positive peer networks)
  • Coping and interpersonal skill development (e.g., stress tolerance)
  • Supportive reintegration into movement and physical activity
  • Transportation to and from appointments
  • Mindfulness and stress management
  • Crisis Management


When an individual is unable or refuses to address a pattern of unhealthy behavior, family members, advisors, or employers may reach a point where they require professional help to facilitate a conversation, with the goal of getting an individual to accept help. OPG tailors the type and approach of the intervention, as well as the professionals involved to best address the presenting situation. Additionally, interventions include:

  • Facilitation of meetings with family members to encourage a resistant individual to engage in services
  • Identification of appropriate residential treatment facility or treatment program
  • Follow up and guidance following intervention


Case management and care coordination are crucial services for anyone struggling with an eating disorder. Individuals require cohesive plans with vetted, high-quality resources, and tailored, coordinated services to address their specific needs and to achieve long-term success. Many families, employers, and advisors struggle with navigating the system and facilitating conversations between multiple professionals. OPG can offer case management and care coordination over the long term to individuals and their various support systems. Additionally, case management services include:

  • Assistance coordinating with an established team or finding a new clinical team (e.g., registered dietitian, therapist, family therapist) 
  • Facilitation of communication between providers, vocational supports, educational supports, family members, and other supports members 
  • Creation of short- and long-term goals, monitoring of progress 
  • Interface with insurance company and financial planners to plan fiscally responsible treatment and care plans


OPG eating disorder companions provide individuals with support to maintain independent, productive lives. Eating disorder companions can respond rapidly to client needs, offer intensive support, stabilize individuals in crises, and empower change while seamlessly blending into social and professional circles. They work collaboratively with aftercare treatment teams and are closely supervised. Additionally, eating disorder companions can include:

  • 24/7 in-person support
  • Available for both long and short term support
  • Available nationally and internationally in a timely manner
  • Knowledgeable professionals capable of rapidly developing rapport even in the most challenging of circumstances
  • Supported by an administrative infrastructure that allows for smooth logistical planning, service coordination, and client safety
  • Trained and supervised closely by OPG clinical supervisors
  • Collaborative with multidisciplinary teams that may include advisors, lawyers, clinical professionals, family members, and/or employers
  • Matched to a range of clinical needs, personality profiles, and interests
  • Skilled at navigating high-risk situations and troubleshooting client crises

Contact us to find an eating disorder support companion here.


Treatment for behavioral health issues, such as eating disorders, focuses on the individual, while family members still need resources to manage their own reactions and emotions. OPG employs a “dual-track concept,” with separate professionals coaching the individual and his or her family members, to ensure that all parties find ways to heal. OPG also offers guidance to advisors, employers, and professionals when they encounter behavioral health issues in their work with families, colleagues, or employees. Additionally, family, advisor, and employer services include:

  • Education on diagnosis
  • Crisis management
  • Support on developing and holding healthy boundaries

To see how a sample mental health treatment plan can come together with the help of our team, read our eating disorder case study.

To learn more about our eating disorder support services and to get started, please call us at 617.221.8507 or use the form on our contact page and a member of our compassionate staff will reach out to you. We’re here for you every step of the way and can’t wait to help you.

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OPG services are not covered by insurance.