Wednesdays 6:30PM-7:30PM (WW)

Research suggests that between 20% and 50% of individuals in treatment for substance use disorders also experience symptoms of an eating disorder, highlighting the need for specialized support. If you suspect that you may have an eating disorder or have already been diagnosed, this group is tailor-made for you.

The group provides a safe and structured environment where members can openly and honestly explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to eating disorders with people who can relate. Connecting with peers who have faced similar challenges allows one to gain valuable insights, support, and encouragement. In the group setting, members can explore their emotions, identify triggers, and work towards developing a healthier relationship with food and their bodies. The group will incorporate evidence-based strategies specifically designed for individuals with symptoms of anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating disorder.

One unique aspect of this group is that it is led by an expert in both eating disorders and addiction, Dr. Rachel Levy. Dr. Levy understands the complex interplay between these two conditions and recognizes the challenges faced by individuals struggling with both. During the group sessions, you will have an opportunity to develop practical tools and strategies to help you avoid common pitfalls on the road to a more comprehensive and holistic recovery.

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