New Voices: Peer Led Support Group
- Every Monday Night in August (7:00-8:00 pm) at The Center for Disordered Eating of Western NC in Asheville, NC
Adult Clinician Led Support Group
- Every Wednesday Night in August (7:00-8:00 pm) at The Center for Disordered Eating of Western NC in Asheville,
We are here to educate you! Please watch the video below to learn more about what it’s like to struggle with anorexia.
Whether you decide to talk to a trusted friend, family member, or health care professional, here are some tips to get the conversation started:
The author lays out simple techniques that she developed for her highly successful seminars. Plus, she offers encouraging, practical advice, with a twist of wit and humor, that will draw you into her heartfelt words, guidance, and shared heart-wrenching stories.
Do you know someone that needs treatment or someone who has come out of treatment for an eating disorder?
It is our goal to be a support system for those suffering from eating disorders and the friends and family that want to help.
When: Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Where: A Place of Healing Resource Center: 514 E Watauga Ave, 2nd Floor Johnson City, TN 37601
Time: 6:00 – 7:00p.m.
Providing Encouragement and Support
This year, the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is focusing on the importance of early intervention.
How to help someone you care about.
Friends and family are often the first to notice signs of disordered eating or thinking.
Nearly 20 million women and 10 million men in the U.S. will suffer from an eating disorder. But, with treatment, 60% of eating disorder sufferers make a full recovery.
3 Minutes Can Save A Life!
Thank You to New Harbinger Publications for these donations!
Self-Esteem: 4th ed. Authors: Matthew McKay, PhD, and Patrick Fanning
This revised and updated fourth edition of the best-selling Self-Esteem uses proven-effective methods of CBT and relevant components of ACT to help you raise low self-esteem by working on the way you interpret your life.
A Place of Healing’s 2016 Annual Board of Directors Meeting was meant to be a celebration. It could have gone 1 of 2 ways, either looking forward to another year of service to the community or closing our doors and honoring all we had accomplished.