Binge Eating Education & Support Group
- Do you sometimes eat very large quantities of food in a short period of time?
- Do you often eat past the point of comfortable fullness?
- Do you often eat when you’re not even physically hungry?
- When you eat large quantities of food do you do so rapidly?
- Do you usually eat large quantities of food all alone?
- Do you feel shame, disgust, or depression after eating?
- Do you feel like you have no control over your eating?
- Do you eat very large quantities of food regularly, at least once a week?
If you can identify with several of these common binge eating experiences, you deserve to get help for your relationship with food and body. You also may have binge eating disorder (BED). BED is the most common type of eating disorder and occurs in 1 in 35 adults in the U.S. This translates to 3-5% of women (about 5 million) and 2% of men (3 million) who seek treatment. You can learn more about BED online at: http://bedaonline.com/
The good news is that there is hope for recovery and a healthy relationship with food. And you don't have to figure it out on your own.
The Binge Eating Education & Support Group is for women who struggle with binge eating (with or without a BED diagnosis).
Tuesdays starting Aug 20th - 10:00-11:00am
Wednesdays starting Aug 21st - 6:00-7:00pm
Cost: $40/session -- this will be an ongoing group but your commitment will only be a month at a time.
Space is limited to 6 participants.
If you're interested in this group, sign up below: