The Hull Institute is a private practice in Northeast Ohio specializing in the treatment of eating disorders and other addictions. Eating disorders are horrible brain disorders. As anyone with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder or something else knows, eating disorders are extremely difficult to treat. We have never seen a client that has “only” an eating disorder. We see women and men, LGBTQ, teens and adults of all ages who also have anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD and addictions. It’s bad enough to have just one of these, and many of our clients have several. That is why most people with eating disorders need care from a team of professionals who specialize in eating disorders treatment. The team at The Hull Institute offers that!

In 2016 we purchased New Beginnings Eating Disorders Center and we have incorporated it into The Hull Institute. For a variety of reasons, mostly the current insurance environment, we no longer offer an IOP. Instead, we offer individualized treatment plans that can be very intensive and include individual therapy, family and marriage therapy, nutrition counseling, art therapy, intensive workshops, support groups, working with other providers and doctors and information and referral when necessary.

 

WE ARE MAKING A MOVE!!!

When I began this practice nearly 14 years ago, I dreamed of having an office in a house. Yes, we are still in 2 office buildings and a church and we love them, AND my dream has come true. We are moving our Fairlawn office from 3610 West Market Street to

3550 RIDGEWOOD ROAD, FAIRLAWN, OH 44333 ON AUGUST 30, 2017.

The house is just east of Cleveland-Massillon Road, on the south side of Ridgewood. We are located between the Rehab facility and the realtor, about 2 miles from our current location. The house is white with green shutters.

Please check back for information about an open house later this year. We welcome new and current clients and visitors to this and all our facilities.

Ann Hull, President and Owner

 

The Annual Cleveland NEDA Walk 2017 - Sunday October 1 at the Cleveland Zoo.

The Hull Institute is a strong supporter of NEDA and we embrace this WALK to support people with eating disorders while raising public awareness of these horrible diseases. We encourage you to read about eating disorders and consider getting involved. Please go to www.nationaleatingdisorders.org for all the information you might ever need on eating disorders. There are a number of projects and fundraisers that can use your participation. Details to follow, or go to www.nedawalk.org/cleveland2017. We would love to have you join The Hull Institute team!

NEDA Walk Sponsorship Packet 2017

 

Our services include:

  • Individual, group and family therapy for women, men and adolescents battling anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder. We also treat co-occurring disorders such as depression, anxiety, OCD, body dysmorphic disorder, trauma and other addictions. Therapy is provided by experienced therapists with specialized training in eating disorders.
  • Nutrition education, counseling and meal planning with a Registered Dietitian who specializes in the treatment of Eating Disorders
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for 9 hours/week- 6 week for Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for 9 hours/week- 6 week program for Binge Eating Disorder
  • Free support groups
  • Information and referrals
  • Interventions

Our locations:

  • FAIRLAWN: New Beginnings Eating Disorders Center at The Hull Institute: 3550 Ridgewood Road, Fairlawn, OH 44333
  • BEACHWOOD: 23215 Commerce Park, suite 205, 44122
  • ROCKY RIVER: 20525 Center Ridge Road, suite 502, 44116
  • STRONGSVILLE: 21211 Drake Road, 44149

Getting started:

Call us at 216-407-6278 or e-mail us through the “contact us” form

We will conduct a brief phone assessment to help you determine the best location and services for your recovery. We pride ourselves on retuning phone calls promptly and helping you feel at ease during this sometimes challenging process of asking for help.

We accept most major insurances and have a reduced fee for people without insurance.