Learn more about eating disorders and body image.
Can’t afford a therapist?
Not ready to reach out for help?
In therapy for your eating disorder?
Solution! Read a book at home!
Books written on disordered eating can be very helpful in introducing new ideas including exercises for growth and insight.
If you’re already in therapy reading can speed up your recovery!
Read more for the names of 3 books that may be helpful>>>
For more books on disordered eating, shame, fear, critical thinking and more>>>
Was Thanksgiving hard for you because of that rotten eating disorder?
Wouldn’t it be great to go to a party without worrying about food?
There are things you can do to prepare and improve your chance of having a successful outcome.
Once you have your plan in place, you can then focus on enjoying the festivities and the people.
For more on preparing for the next holiday visit>>
*Remember to keep up with your therapy sessions throughout the holiday season for support!
To read more about holidays and eating disorders>>>
We’re waiting for YOU!
People participate in group therapy for a variety of reasons?
What’s your reason for considering it and who are you?
Who Joins Group Therapy?
- Young Adults
- Engaged Couples
- Divorced People
- Grieving People
- Anxiety Sufferers
- Depressed People
- Eating Disorder Men/Women
- Married people and more… Where do you fit in?
Learn more about group therapy and counseling>>>
Why A Grief Group Works>>>
Group Therapy is safe and confidential.
- Your mother-in-law
- Your sister or brother
- Your boss
- Your girlfriend/guy friend
- Your child
- You’re spouse
- Your teacher
*Studies show that simply talking about something can improve your situation.
Gain support and validation for your feelings in group therapy!
Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, Group Facilitator
Visit my website and learn more now>>>
Do You Need To Do This??
Do you need to do these things?
Saying yes to any of them indicates that group therapy could be a benefit to your personal growth!
Glendora Group Therapy, Facilitated by Ilissa Banhazl, marriage and family therapist
More about Groups>>>
Learn how to sit with your feelings
There are multiple benefits to participating in group therapy!
The three most important are:
- Finding out you’re not alone.
- Improving your interpersonal skills.
- Discussing topics that are relevant to all.
Which group is best for you?
Discover group therapy groups at>>>
Click on groups!
More about group therapy at WebMD
To Do List Clipboard For Organizing The Tasks
Most people promise themselves each night that tomorrow they will start to make changes in their disordered eating and their struggles with anxiety and depression. I have no doubt you are sincere.
However unless you create some kind of structured plan that suits your particular needs; chances are that not much change will occur.
I have listed 4 things you can do to make your daily struggle easier.
Read more to learn how>>>