Evidenced-Based Therapy
For Children, Teens & Adults

Evidenced-Based Therapy For Children, Teens & Adults

          Eating Disorder Recovery Groups         

Winter 2018

Daybreak Outpatient DBT Skills Groups     

                  The Eating Disorder Track

For Eating Disorder Recovery and Relapse Prevention

from Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating Disorder


           Adult  Women DBT Skills Group

                        Tuesdays 6:00 PM


  Young Adult DBT Skills Group - Co-Ed

               Emerging & University Adults

                       MONDAYS  7:00 PM



   Adolescent DBT Skills Group - Co-Ed

      College Prep - High School Junior & Seniors

                       THURSDAYS 6:00 PM


Our years of experience with eating disorder recovery, have taught us that the recovery of eating disorder needs to address – identifying of emotions,  the over-control of emotions, and/ or the dysregulation of emotions. This is accomplished best in our Daybreak DBT Skills Groups -  the Eating Disorder Track.



In our Daybreak DBT Skills groups one can develop tools and skills to resolve the maintaining factors and target symptoms of eating disorder recovery:

                                                                  Black & White Thinking

                                                        BODY CHECKING & BODY AVOIDANCE

     Overvaluation of Body weight, shape, & size

       At-risk behaviors of Restricting, Purging, or Binging

       Negative self-talk, feelings of shame, guilt

   OverExercise & exercise avoidance

Body Dysmorphia


                      To resolve difficulties with eating “Fear Foods” , The Eating Disorder Track of our DBT Coping Skills offers:

Meal Support Exposure Sessions – Individual and Group



"How do I feed my hungry heart?
                                   What am I really craving?”



                         YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD

                                 AND YOUR SELF-ESTEEM!


Join an Oupatient Daybreak DBT Skills Group

 to further your recovery  from your eating

 disorder.... today!  


                                              “How can I feed my heart and soul?”                                                       “What am I really craving?