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La raíz de la situación familiar de nuestros fundadores nació el 9 de agosto de 1999. A lo largo de estos 19 años de trabajo, ha habido más de 770 casos por primera vez, todos con gran éxito bajo el Método CDN en nuestro programa residencial. Durante 2017, 1,700 personas se beneficiaron con todos nuestros diferentes programas. Desde nuestra fundación, hemos apoyado indirectamente a más de 100,000 personas.

Sobre nosotros

Nuestro centro residencial es exclusivo para mujeres: niñas, adolescentes y adultos. Aceptamos pacientes 7 días a la semana, 24 horas al día. Nuestros programas de tratamiento están especialmente diseñados para cada paciente.

Nuestras instalaciones residenciales.

Our facilities are very comfortable, modern, located in a land of 6000 m2 on the slopes of the Sierra Madre. We are located just 20 minutes from the urban area of the City of Monterrey, N.L. with easy access to shopping centers, hotels, entertainment areas and restaurants less than five minutes away.

Our Clinical Team

In the knowledge that the best approach to treatment in eating disorders is comprehensive and multidisciplinary, we have a full team of health professionals, including: doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, neuropsychologists, nutritionists, nurses, occupational therapists, therapists of exercise, teachers and nurses, all of them specialized in residential management and mental health. Our staff of professionals is certified by their respective professional councils. Our residential center is exclusively for women: girls, teenagers and adults. We accept patients 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

For women between 15 and 24 years of age, eating disorders are the fourth cause of disease burden in terms of years of life lost through death or disability. Anorexia nervosa is the eating disorder that has the highest mortality and suicide rate of any other psychiatric illness. The risk of death is three times higher than in depression, schizophrenia or alcoholism and 12 times higher than in the general population. Up to 10% of women with anorexia nervosa can die from causes related to anorexia. Early identification of symptoms and appropriate treatment can reduce the risk of death. Deaths in anorexia nervosa almost always result from the complications of semi-starvation or suicide. Health consequences such as osteoporosis or brittle bones, gastrointestinal complications, and dental problems are a significant burden on health and finances throughout life. Quality of life is severely affected in all eating disorders. In general, early detection and timely treatment are associated with a better chance of recovery. One reason for this may be that brain development has not been completed until after age 20 and the effects of acute and chronic malnutrition can be very harmful to brain development. It has been described that in a period of more than 10 years, approximately half of the individuals with anorexia nervosa recover completely, a small percentage continue to suffer from anorexia nervosa and the rest develop other eating disorders. More than half of the individuals treated for bulimia nervosa recover at follow-up.


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