Group Services

Clinical Group Programs

 

RoundTable Wellness offers additional clinical group programs to clients already engaged in individual therapy. Participation in these programs does not require individual clinical services engagement exclusively at RoundTable Wellness. If you have a therapist outside of RoundTable Wellness, we are happy to collaborate to provide adjunctive therapy services.

 

Body Image Group

 

A closed enrollment, 6-week program for adults seeking community in their eating disorder recovery and struggle with body image. Facilitated by a licensed mental health therapist, this group combines psychoeducation, experiential activities, and utilizes the therapeutic environment to support clients interested in exploring their relationship with their bodies and learning tools to help improve this relationship. Topics include body checking, mirror use, comparisons, body avoidance, body gratitude, and self-affirmations. This group is designed for those already engaged with individual psychotherapy.

 

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DBT Interpersonal Group

 

An open enrollment, 6-week program for adults seeking community in their eating disorder recovery and desire to learn and practice communication skills. Facilitated by a licensed mental health therapist, this group combines psychoeducation and experiential activities, and utilizes the therapeutic environment to support clients interested in learning and practicing skills to improve their relationship with themselves and others. Topics include value exploration, assertive communication, boundaries, and relationships. This group is designed for those already engaged with individual psychotherapy.

 

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Meal Support Nutrition Group

 

An open enrollment, 6-week nutrition exposure program for adults seeking additional support in their eating disorder recovery. Facilitated by a registered dietitian and mental health provider, this group combines nutrition education and exposure-response prevention to support clients trying to implement eating disorder recovery principles in daily life. This group is designed for those for those who need additional support beyond individual services and/or clients who are stepping down from a higher level of care and need continued structure. In this group, client will:

  • Challenge eating disorder thoughts and behaviors as they arise during meal and snack times
  • Stay accountable to their meal plan
  • Experiment with fear foods
  • Work towards improving their relationship with food – an essential part of recovery

 

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