Nutrition Skills Support Group
This 10-week group meets weekly and is designed for those struggling with an eating disorder. Participants are required to be active in their recovery and seeing a therapist regularly. It is a closed group, meaning you enter and exit with the same participants for the full 10 week session. This group offers educational materials, meal exposures and recovery techniques that challenge your eating disorder. Groups are offered for both adult (18 years and older) and adolescent (13-17 years old) populations in 2 separate tracks. For a schedule of the group topics, CLICK HERE.
Body Image Group
This is a 10-week group that meets weekly and is designed for those who struggle with any body image issues, with our without existing eating or food issues. It is a closed group, meaning you enter and exit with the same participants for the full 10 week session. This group is co-facilitated with a skilled psychologist and provides supportive techniques to help overcome body image distortion. Click here to view a schedule and weekly topics.
Mindful Eating Group
Mindful eating is the core philosophy of the Nutrition Counseling Center. This group is designed for those who have been chronically dieting to manage weight as well as those who are further along in their eating disorder recovery (no longer engaging in symptoms), but still struggle with their relationship with food. It is an 8-week course that is both educational and interactive. Click here to view the schedule and topics.
Community Meal Support
Community Meal Support (CMS) is designed for those who need a supportive environment during meals. CMS is offered Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for lunch from 11:30-12:45 and Monday and Tuesday for dinner from 5:30-6:45. Each session includes a 15 minute check-in, 30 minute meal supervised by a registered dietitian and 30 minutes of post meal processing with a skilled psychologist. Participants can choose to attend individual CMS meals or purchase a bundle of unlimited meals for one month. Click here for more information about this group.