Evidenced-Based Therapy
For Children, Teens & Adults

Evidenced-Based Therapy For Children, Teens & Adults

          Eating Disorder Recovery Groups         

Winter 2017-2018

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?