Eating Disorder Groups

  • 03/26/2019 1:09 PM
    Reply # 7246274 on 5074301

    Together Toward Change: An Eating Concerns & Body Image Process Group

    Led by Anna Packard, Licensed Psychologist and Certified Group Psychotherapist 

    Wednesday Evenings 6:00-7:30 pm, all ages & genders welcome 

    The format of the group will run with a general process focus. 

    • Increase motivation & connection 
    • Foster insight 
    • Improve self-compassion & self-esteem 
    • Combination of process focus, psychoeducation, & experiential activities 

    Dr. Packard is a licensed psychologist with extensive training and experience in developing and leading groups for individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns. Dr. Packard has presented her group expertise and led training workshops at nationally renowned conferences, and has recently earned the distinction of becoming a Certified Group Psychotherapist.

    She is passionate about group psychotherapy and believes in the power of group to facilitate lasting change. She values the experience of individual group members as well as the development of the group as a whole, and will work to create an environment where group members are able to be authentic, vulnerable, give and receive support, and move toward achieving their personal goals.

  • 01/08/2018 7:55 PM
    Reply # 5668269 on 5074301

    Toward Recovery: An eating concerns and body image process group for young adults 

    Led by Anna Packard, Licensed Psychologist and Certified Group Psychotherapist

    Monday Evenings 5:30-7:00 pm, teens & twenties

    The format of the group will emphasize interpersonal process and connection, experiential exercises, support, and psychoeducation. 

    • Improve interpersonal connection
    • Foster insight
    • Increase motivation for change & sustained change
    • Develop & strengthen coping skills
    • Improve self-compassion & self-esteem
    • Address underlying issues that contribute to eating disorders & body image concerns
    Dr. Packard is a licensed psychologist with extensive training and experience in developing and leading groups for individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns. Dr. Packard has presented her group expertise and led training workshops at nationally renowned conferences, and has recently earned the distinction of becoming a Certified Group Psychotherapist.


    She is passionate about group psychotherapy and believes in the power of group to facilitate lasting change. She values the experience of individual group members as well as the development of the group as a whole, and will work to create an environment where group members are able to be authentic, vulnerable, give and receive support, and move toward achieving their personal goals.

    Click here to learn more

    Last modified: 03/26/2019 12:55 PM | Melissa Smith
  • 01/08/2018 7:53 PM
    Reply # 5668268 on 5074301

    Moving forward: An Eating Concerns Process Group for ages 30+

    Led by Dr. Anna Packard, PhD, CGP, & Licensed Psychologist

    Wednesdays 1:15-2:45 pm

    • Focus on dynamic process in which you will better understand yourself, your current concerns, & how you relate to others. 
    • Strengthen your ability to connect with others & increase commitment to lasting change.
    • Combination of process focus, psychoeducation, & experiential activities
    • Topics include: body image disturbances; nutritional concerns; effective coping skills; cognitive distortions; value-based living; balanced exercise; & mindfulness.
    Dr. Packard is a licensed psychologist with extensive training and experience in developing and leading groups for individuals with eating disorders and body image concerns. Dr. Packard has presented her group expertise and led training workshops at nationally renowned conferences, and has recently earned the distinction of becoming a Certified Group Psychotherapist. 


    She is passionate about group psychotherapy and believes in the power of group to facilitate lasting change. She values the experience of individual group members as well as the development of the group as a whole, and will work to create an environment where group members are able to be authentic, vulnerable, give and receive support, and move toward achieving their personal goals.


    Click here to learn more
    Last modified: 03/26/2019 12:56 PM | Melissa Smith
  • 09/11/2017 9:08 AM
    Message # 5074301

    Group therapy & support groups for all types of eating disorders

    Last modified: 09/11/2017 9:08 AM | Sally Amsden
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