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Eating Disorder Recovery Groups

Eating disorders can be complex and nuanced, but group therapy is a highly effective way to keep those in recovery on track.

Recovery is supported through skills-based curriculums, peer-to-peer support structures, confidential disclosure, and vulnerability with others in a safe space.

Eating Disorder Recovery Groups
can assist in the following ways:

Groups can be used independently, or a supplement to individual therapy offered with us! Our clinicians are trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Health at Every Size (HAES) approaches, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and mindfulness, just to name a few. They’re also equipped to treat co-occurring disorders in group therapy, as well as in our full Comprehensive DBT program, including individual sessions. 

Our Additional Counseling & Therapy Groups

Peers Groups

Peer groups are groups of people who come together to support each other and share experiences and challenges. They can be helpful in providing a sense of belonging and connection, as well as a source of advice and guidance.

The Professional Series Groups

The Professional Series is designed to help individuals make meaningful changes in their lives. The group will utilize a variety of techniques.

DBT Skills Groups

DBT Skills Groups are group therapy sessions that teach individuals skills from dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), an evidence-based treatment for a variety of mental health conditions.

Process Groups

Process groups are an effective form of therapy that can help individuals make positive changes in their lives. They provide a safe and supportive space for members to share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

MIndfulness Groups

Mindfulness groups are groups that focus on teaching mindfulness techniques and practices to individuals. Mindfulness is the practice of bringing one’s attention to the present moment in a non-judgmental way.

Emotional Fitness Group

With a combination of psychotherapy and DBT skills work, the Emotion Fitness Program (EFP) Group is considered a lower-intensity alternative to DBT without the full commitment of the DBT program.

New groups are forming, so please reach out to us if you’re
interested in joining a group with a specific focus not listed above.


We Can Help.

If you or a loved one can benefit from Eating Disorder Recovery Groups, we are here to help.
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