Eating Disorder Treatment
Mental Health Services

The Help You Need:
In-Person or Online Therapy

Never before have there been greater opportunities to receive care at HPA/LiveWell. We use a secure online therapy platform that allows our licensed clinicians to connect with you anywhere in New York State. Whether you’re seeking one-on-one therapy, or prefer a group therapy setting, all of our services are now available online.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Makes Eating Disorder Recovery Possible

Our LiveWell IOP for eating disorders allows you to receive treatment for your illness while continuing to live your life. We have been told by our patients that recovering in the place they will live their recovered lives is key to making long lasting change. Together, with our expert treatment team, you can do just that.

Join Our Team

We welcome like-minded professionals to explore a career at HPA/LiveWell. Our collaborative, team-based approach provides unparalleled support, connection, camaraderie, and a chance to learn from and work alongside outstanding mental health professionals. If you’re a NYS licensed clinician with a strong desire to make a difference in the lives of others, we’re ready to meet you!

IOP on Campus

You don’t have to choose between focusing on school and getting the help you need for your eating disorder. At HPA/Livewell, we can work with colleges and universities throughout New York to deliver safe and effective treatment through our virtual eating disorder Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

Eating Disorder Treatment Support for Providers

As a provider, we know it can be difficult to identify which level of care your patient needs. Our team is happy to work with you to assess whether our IOP program, or another option for care would be best for a specific patient. Learn what to look for in your patients and how to determine their best course of treatment.


Patient Success Stories

Awards & Associations

Blogs for Your Mental Health


Depression in the Workplace

It can be difficult to ask for help at work, but it is important to challenge the stigma around having depression in the workplace.

Social Media and Body Image

It is vital to understand the link between social media and body image in order to mitigate its impact on our mental health.

How to Talk to Someone About Their Mental Health

Knowing how to talk to someone about their mental health is the first step in helping them through their difficulties.

Don’t spend another day battling your illness alone.

Call us at 518-218-1188. We’re here to help.