Utah Family Therapy

Online Eating Disorders Group

You’re not alone in the challenge of feeling like you’re fat or don’t look good enough. The more we have been working with women, we have noticed a need for a weekly eating disorder support group to support women struggling with body shaming, anorexia, and bulimia.

We are answering the cry for help.

We will be holding a weekly online support group for women ages 18 and older that are struggling with eating disorders. This group is to help you have a safe place to communicate with others with the same challenge. You will also learn valuable tools to cope with image shaming, relationships, triggers and more.

Call us today to join this group of amazing women from the comfort of your home. You are not alone, we would like to walk this journey with you. The challenges you are experiencing stem from trauma and we know trauma. We will be looking at your healing the core trauma so you can experience a transformation to a new you.

If you have any further questions, please call us today. There’s hope and healing a phone call away. We have amazing therapists that understand the difficulty of eating disorders and how to navigate the challenges you face.

Eating Disorder Help Group

To recap,

Description: Utah Family Therapy’s Eating Disorder Support Group is a safe place for you to improve your ability to connect with others, discuss your challenges and triggers of the week, not just eating disorders. We will explore topics such as body image shaming, coping skills, balanced lifestyle, mindfulness, and your current relationship with food. Most important is it provides you a confidential space to process your emotions.

  • When: Friday evenings from 4:00-5:30 PM
  • Where: Online or Phone
  • Who: Women age 18+ (18 Years and Older)

To Join the Group, Call us today: 801.901.0279

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Lets face it, who likes to talk about their crap with other people? 

If you’re like most clients, you’re used to being judged despite hearing so many people talk about non judgment and when you do open up, it seems like the more you share, the less likely you are to get compassion. 

We’ve worked our butts off to create a clinic where the unfiltered, real you, can show up and heal, so dammit give therapy a chance

We love the unfiltered real you, let’s heal together. – Utah Family Therapy Team