TheHealthyWeighOut Emotional and Binge Eating Aftercare Group
We recognize that overcoming emotional eating and binge eating disorder is a process that is progressive, and oftentimes needs additional support as you journey toward complete freedom from food! Therefore, we’ve created this helpful, weekly interpersonal process therapy group for our alumni who have completed TheHealthyWeighOut 6-Week Emotional & Binge Eating Program.
In a safe, supportive atmosphere we gently work to identify and explore the many factors that have contributed to your emotional and binge eating behavior. Utilizing an interpersonal group model within an emotionally safe and cohesive group setting, participants are able to address and resolve their struggles with: allowing vs avoiding emotions; allowing new experiences of healthy interpersonal trust; the development of healthy communication; resolving feelings of shame; and the development of safe emotional intimacy with others.
This is a powerful, transformative group that brings our alumni through the next healthy stages of emotional and binge eating recovery, allowing new emotional and behavioral skills to be developed so that food is no longer (mis)used as a primary means to cope with the difficulties of life.
This group is open to adult men and women who have successfully completed our 6-Week Emotional & Binge Eating Program through TheHealthyWeighOut. Weekly attendance for all group members is requested to help create a therapeutic atmosphere of continuity, trust and cohesion.
Although I was terrified, Dr. Anné made me feel comfortable and cared for.
— BT, Former Group Member
Dr. Julie T. Anné is this group’s dynamic facilitator. Known for her LOVE of creating transformative, healing group experiences within a deeply moving and cohesive interpersonal setting, Dr. Julie would be honored to have you as our group’s next new member; whose life will be changed, as well as be a vehicle for change to others, within this soulful group experience.
Cost: $60.00 per group session
Facilitator: Dr. Julie T. Anné