Sigmund News

The EDCD have signed with Sigmund and we welcome them to the fold. Eating Disorder Center of Denver is one of the nation's foremost centers for the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of eating disorders and a member of the Eating Disorders Coalition. Based on an individual's particular clinical needs, they offer a variety of treatment levels, including a partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient programs, nutritional counseling, outpatient therapy and an evening treatment program.

Eating Disorder Center of Denver’s integrated approach for diagnosing and treating eating disorders follows the evidence-based biological-psychological-social-spiritual model focusing on healing the "whole" person, with the understanding that eating disorders are often associated with other conditions, such as depression, anxiety disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Therefore all treatment plans are personalized to ensure recovery for each patient, utilizing the bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach complimented with their own unique methodology CAMSA™(Connection, Acceptance, Mindfulness, Sense of Self and Action). This mindfulness-based treatment model guides individuals through recovery and beyond, because every individual deserves a healthy life.

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The Forever Family Walk

Sigmund Software EHR grew out of the dedicated work of a team of behavioral health practitioners that found they needed a dedicated tool to use in their daily work to help others. Those practitioners understood first-hand the struggles faced by those with troubled minds, those with addictions, and those with lifestyle issues. That perspective, that culture, still drives Sigmund today. And that is why we are pleased to announce our sponsorship of the Forever Family Walk.

The Forever Family Walk (FFW) is a two-year project, brainchild of Jarett Wilkins, a young man with a mission. Jarett will walk 6,000 miles and cross more than 30 U.S. States to raise awareness of the issues faced by children in foster care. From California to New York, over mountains and across deserts, through rain and wind and storm, Jarett will be walking, and volunteering at least one day to selected foster care organizations in each state as he travels. He will be taking that opportunity to interview industry leaders and facility managers, spokespeople and workers along the way. The goal is simple: Find out what is working, what is not, and what needs to be done, where.