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iaedp Tampa chapter

Here we will provide resources to assist in locating groups and classes for clients who could benefit.


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Groups in the Tampa Bay Area

Body Image Therapy Group:  Series for women who want to develop a more loving relationship with their bodies. Includes art activities, journaling, lively discussions, homework assignments and more.  $45/session, insurance accepted.  Led by Joy Davis, LCSW, CEDS and a student intern.  Every other Wednesday 10:30 – 12 noon starting January 8, 2020.


Creating a Healthy Relationship with Food:  Join eating disorders specialist Joy Davis, LCSW, CEDS for 5 sessions as you learn concrete & specific tools to end emotional eating & begin creating a healthier relationship with food. $35/session, insurance accepted. Friday mornings 10:30 – 11:30.  Starting January 3, 2020.

ABA Meetings. Dunedin, Sundays 7 – 8 p.m. at The Warehouse Club in Dunedin; contact Stacy at (727) 433-0572.  St. Pete, Mondays 7 – 8 p.m. at St. Matthews Episcopal Church; contact Nikki at (727) 656-1402. ABA meetings are FREE.

Help! My Teen Has an Eating Disorder!  2-hour monthly education seminar for parents held at the Integrated Care Clinic in St. Petersburg. Contact Sam Winton, PhD at (727) 490-8811 to register. FREE. Scroll to bottom of page for flyer.

Support in Recovery Groups.  Group for clients and group for loved ones held at Center for Discovery on Thursday evenings 7 – 8 p.m. FREE group. Professionally facilitated. Call (813) 257-9126 for more information.

General Therapy Groups. Adult Therapy Group (anxiety & depression), Teen Girls Self Esteem Group $50/session. DBT Skills Group for Teens $200/month. Self-pay only.  Integrative Care Clinic in St. Pete.  To register, call (727) 490-8811 or visit

Group Flyers

Healing Eating Disorders with Psychodrama

Thursdays 6 – 7:30 p.m.

$45/session or $300 for 8 sessions

Facilitated by: Susan Mullins, LMHC, TEP, CEDS 

Psychodrama, an alternative to traditional talk therapy, allows individuals to express thoughts and feelings through action.  It is particularly helpful for those who suffer from an eating disorder, as the eating disorder behaviors/actions often speak louder than words.  The disorder may at different times feel like a friend or foe, nurturer or punisher.  It may help to comfort and empower, or even help with survival.  This group will help you shift from those unhealthy roles & behaviors into healthier ones!  Allowing you a chance to become more connected with your self, your body, and with others.