Monthly Binge Eating Support Groups are now available!
Join us the 1st Tuesday of every month at 12noon PST / 3pm EST for support & encouragement
in our free therapist led support group!
Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is defined as an eating disorder in the Diagnostics & Statistics Manual, 5th Edition. Many individuals struggling with binge eating, excess weight, and related depression and anxiety are searching for answers to their seemingly uncontrollable eating behaviors. To learn more about BED you can visit our info and treatment page.
There is much hope with treatment by specialists in eating disorders. Also, an online support group may be an excellent way to find additional encouragement and understanding with peers who also struggle with this challenging disorder of Binge Eating Disorder. We hope to see you at one of our BED support groups.
Binge Eating Disorder Support Group Leader
Jessica Boghosian, ACSW – Clinical Therapist at Bright Road Recovery
Jessica Boghosian, ACSW is a Registered Associate Clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Therapist at Bright Road Recovery. She lives for the present moment and shares her warmth and joy at every chance she gets. Jessica currently works with individuals with eating disorders at various levels of care including Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient.
She also works with individuals with other mental health diagnoses at an outpatient level of care. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of New England and is currently working towards licensure. Jessica has worked across age groups in a variety of therapeutic settings and has offered individual and couples counseling in a rural community health setting.
Jessica’s love for her work with patients here at Bright Road Recovery is clear to see. She aims to meet each patient where they are at and walks beside them in their journey to recovery.
Not the Eating Disorder Support Group you are looking for? View our full list of online support groups.
***Please note this is a support group and not a substitute for therapy or professional eating disorder treatment.