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Our New SKYPE SUPPORT GROUPS + Last Episode of Shame

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We are proud to announce our NEW SKYPE SUPPORT GROUPS! Today we will be giving you a little information about these groups and finishing our series on Shame. I have assisted many many clients over the years learn they have the strength to recover within themselves and that support is simply just one tool for recovery. It is truly wonderful observing individuals learning to trust themselves and feel an internal pride of accomplishment from the fact they are the reason recovery is occuring! While recovery is tough work nothing appears more satisfying than watching individuals learn that their negative self-talk might be wrong, finding a new strength they never imagined they were capable of, and moving forward to lead their own lives without the haunting negativity that accompanies ED. It has been my goal throughout my career to provide reasonalble treatment, education and support for those suffering from eating disorders. We are now moving into the technological world of today and are going to start providing support via skype to those desiring extra assistance with their recovery process. If this sounds like it might be a good fit to you feel free to research information on us on this site (www.addictions.net). Within my practice are two more eating disorder therapists. Cadey & Mike have been working with me for over 9 years and and bring their own unique aspects of treating eating disorders. We have all worked successfully together assisting many clients into recovery. All three of us will be involved with the support groups. In addition all three of us monitor the message forum and can provide extra support throughout the week. It is a perfect situation for recovery. * How to recover * Various forms of relapse * Spotting how Shame impacts one's thinking * Cognitive Distortions * Relationships * Holidays and how to survive them * - We may also be utilizing our worksheets from our Workbook as well.

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