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Relationships and Eating Disorders: A Group Therapy


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Recovery from an eating disorder is a difficult process that takes time. The eating disorder often has effects on various areas of one’s life, including one’s relationships. Supportive relationships can be helpful in recovery, while difficulties in relationships can be an extra challenge. This 6-week online group therapy will address common relationship issues related to eating disorders and help you to feel more empowered to implement change. This group is most suitable for adults with diagnoses or symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia Nervosa. Participants will explore various relationship issues including:

-Setting or maintaining boundaries with others
-Managing aspects of your social life and food-related activities
-Addressing challenges related to effective and open communication
-Exploring difficulties related to physical closeness and intimacy 
  • Maximum number of participants: 10
  • Exclusion criteria: participants under the age of 18
to find out more and to register

Contact Dr. Alissa Rubinfeld at : arubinfeld@connectepsychology.com

About the author

Alissa Rubinfeld completed her doctorate in psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and is a psychologist at Connecte Montreal Psychology Group. The team at Connecte loves writing about ways to boost our mental health and bring psychology into our everyday lives. For more helpful tips, check out Connecte’s blogs, podcast, follow @connectepsychology on Instagram or like us on Facebook.