The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders is a non-profit dedicated to the prevention and alleviation of eating disorders since 1976. ANAD Groups advocate for the development of healthy attitudes, bodies and behaviors. ANAD promotes eating disorder awareness, preventiona and recovery through supporting, educating and connecting individuals, familes and professionals. ANAD Groups at Midtown Psychotherapy are provided as a community resource free of charge to attendees.
If you are interested in attending a group, please call the Facilitator ahead to RSVP before your first group and for additional information and/or details.
ANAD (Adults) 6 - 7 PM
Group Room, Suite 530
Facilitator: Rachel Thomas, LMSW
ANAD for Teens (ages 13-19) 7 - 8 PM
Group Room, Suite 530
Facilitator: Arielle Crain, NCC, LAPC
ANAD for Friends & Family 7 - 8 PM
Facilitator: Kylie Gerks, MFT
DBT COPING SKILLS
Tuesdays 6 - 7:30 pm
Appropriate for adult individuals struggling with anxiety or panic, depression, anger, maintaining cessation from substances, eating disorder behavior, chaotic relationships, self-harm, difficulty coping with history of trauma, and emotional dysregulation. DBT Skills group is a closed group with a specific cycle for start and end dates. To interview for the next group cycle, set up an appointment with Laura Knox.
Facilitator: Laura Knox, LMFT @ 706-631-3232
BODY IMAGE GROUP
Thursdays 6:30 - 8 pm
In a society where we are bombarded by unrealistic expectations, it is common to have automatic, negative, and self-deprecating thoughts about oneself. In this group, learn to: Process the origins of personal perceptions; Learn mindfulness based skills to embrace a deeper love and acceptance for yourself; Build a healthy relationship with your body; and Reflect on body image distortions to foster a more positive sense of self.
Facilitators: Cameron McIntosh, LMSW @ 404-994-8346
Bryn Chafin, LMSW @ 770-765-2167
WOMEN'S THERAPY GROUP
Tuedays 6:30 - 8 pm
THIS GROUP IS FOR YOU IF....
You experience anxiety or stress and would like to learn to calm
your body and quiet your mind;
You crave time for self-care and restoration, but family or other life
pressures makes it difficult for you to find that time;
You are in the midst of a difficult life transition and need the
support of other women as you navigate this time of change.
Facilitator: Erin English, PhD @ 404-369-1058