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Eating Disorder Transitional Group Process & Skills Integration

$45/Group - [Monday 6:00 - 7:15 PM]

Are you transitioning out of eating disorder treatment?
Looking for extra support as you reintegrate into daily life?

Eating Disorder Transitional Group: Integrate evidence-based therapies like ACT, DBT, RO DBT, CBT, and self-compassion work.

Using evidence-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Radically Open DBT (RO DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and self-compassion work, this group provides a safe and supportive environment for individuals who are seeking to build upon their strengths and develop practical skills to help them navigate life after intensive treatment.

Stepping down from intensive treatment can be a challenging and overwhelming experience, particularly when it comes to areas such as work, school, grocery shopping, nourishing our minds, bodies, and relationships. That's why our group focuses on these specific areas to help you overcome any obstacles that may arise and maintain the work you did in treatment to thrive in your daily life.


Our strength-based approach emphasizes your innate resilience and ability to overcome challenges, and our focus on self-compassion ensures that you learn to treat yourself with kindness and understanding. 


If you're interested in joining the Eating Disorder Transitional Group or learning more about our approach, please contact us today.

Facilitated by:

James Kane, AMFT #131638

James Kane, AMFT: Compassionate therapist specializing in eating disorders, anxiety, and relational challenges.

James Kane is a specialized therapist who focuses on helping individuals with eating disorders, who have experienced trauma, or are challenged by anxiety. After earning his M.A. in clinical psychology at Antioch University, as an associate-level therapist, he worked with clients in recovery from eating disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders in both outpatient settings and higher levels of care. James is passionate about providing care for those in the arts and entertainment industry and providing care for those who struggle to balance their external image with their internal thoughts.

Teen Eating Disorder Recovery Skills Integration Group

Teen Eating Disorder Recovery Skills Integration Group

$65/Group - [Tuesday 4:00 - 5:15 PM PT]

This ongoing weekly virtual support group provides a safe and supportive space for adolescents to discuss their relationship with food, body image, and the pressures of diet culture.

With the added stress of the pandemic, individuals may be struggling with these issues in isolation, and our group aims to provide community support. We promote a Health at Every Size (HAES®) informed, weight-inclusive approach that challenges diet culture, body size stigmas, and stereotypes.

Adolescents of all genders between the ages of 12-17 in different stages of recovery from chronic dieting, disordered eating, and eating disorders are welcome. The group's focus is on building self-esteem, improving body image, and establishing a strong community of support.

Facilitated by:

Stephen Reeder, LPCC, LPC, CEDS-C, NCC

Stephen Reeder at AlignED Care

Stephen has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years, specializing in treating individuals of all genders struggling with anxiety, depression, anger management, relationships, co-dependency, eating disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorder. He has also developed specialized programming for teens with eating disorders in a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). As the middle of five children, Stephen has a special interest in supporting teens and a unique understanding of the challenges faced by adolescents.

LGBTQIA + SP Neurodivergent Teens

Neurodivergent Process Group LGBTQIA + 2S Affirming for Teens

$45/Group - [Mondays 04:00 - 04:50 PM PT]

Join us for a supportive and inclusive process group tailored for neurodivergent youth! In this safe and identity affirming space, teens can freely share their experiences, challenges, and triumphs with others who understand.

Facilitated by a neurodivergent therapist, discussions will focus on building coping strategies, fostering self-acceptance, and promoting mutual encouragement. Whether you're on the autism spectrum, have ADHD, or other neurodivergent characteristics, you'll find acceptance and solidarity among peers who truly understand.

Together we'll explore unique perspectives, celebrate diversity, and cultivate a sense of community where everyone feels valued and seen.

Parents for Autistic Teens Process Group

Parents for Autistic Teens Process Group

$45/Group - [Tuesday 12:00 - 01:00 PM PT]

Welcome to our therapy support group designed specifically for parents of autistic teens. This safe space offers a supportive community where parents can share experiences, seek guidance, and find solace in knowing that they are not alone on this journey.

Facilitated by a CHLA-trained autism specialist, dig deep about autism, learn parenting tips and strategies, and feel safe to ask the hard questions. Together, we will navigate the complexities of adolescence while embracing the unique strengths and needs of our kids.


Join us to connect, learn, and laugh alongside others who understand the joys and challenges of parenting an autistic teen.

Facilitated by:

Molly Williams, ACSW #109462

Molly Williams at AlignED Care

Molly Williams has a Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California and advanced fellowship training from Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) in neurodevelopmental disabilities.

She has special expertise in the presentation of autism in women and girls with co-occurring eating and sensory-processing disorders.

Molly has provided autism consultancy services to faculty and clinicians at the University of Southern California and Children's Hospital Los Angeles, as well as adolescent counseling services in residential treatment, community mental health, and special education settings. Molly strives toward a strengths-based clinical approach that is holistic, warm, and rooted-in-empathy.

Community Guidelines

  • Be your authentic self and be respectful of others. You might not always agree with what other members have to say; that’s okay. We want to promote a “brave” space where messy topics can be discussed and debated, as long as you treat others with the same respect as you’d like them to have for you. That means no harassment, bullying, or name-calling. Mean-spirited talk about anyone’s appearance is not allowed.

  • All bodies are welcome here. Remember that people with eating disorders come in all shapes and sizes. This is a size inclusive space. It is critical that everyone feel safe here no matter what their weight/shape/size may be. Please refrain from using fat shaming or weight stigmatizing language, or language that suggests weight loss as a treatment goal.

  • All people are welcome here. People struggling with eating disorders come from every race, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic group, physical ability, political orientation and religious/spiritual tradition.

  • Respect different levels of recovery, and be mindful of others' healing processes. It is important to be respectful of the fact that others may be in a different place in their healing process than you are.

  • Leave the numbers out of it. Weight, BMI, clothing size, diet tips or the calories you ate today don’t belong in this group.

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