Vermont Eating Disorder Support Groups

Eating Disorder Hope has compiled a comprehensive list of information on Vermont eating disorder support groups.

Recovery from an eating disorder is a lifelong journey. Whether as a complement to therapy sessions with an eating disorder specialist, or as an after-care program following treatment at an eating disorders center, an eating disorder support group is an important recovery tool. They build and grow coping skills, allow for shared discussion of problems, downfalls, and successes in eating disorders recovery, and provide advice. Perhaps most importantly, they are a community of men or women in the same situation, recovering from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, or another form of disordered eating.

Our directory of eating disorder groups is organized to quickly tell you:

  • Name, Location & Meeting Times
  • Treatment Setting-Whether a support group is open to the public or a closed group by invitation only
  • Types of People Allowed- Adolescents and / or Adults, Men and / or Women
  • Whether the group is professionally led by an eating disorders therapist

Eating Disorder Support Groups in VT

Name / InformationTreatment SettingPatient Types ServedTherapist-led Group?
Eating Disorders Work Group
269 Pearl St., Suite #4
Burlington, VT 05401
Contact: William Davenport
Phone: 802-428-4304
open group; in personadults
men, women
Women's Center for Binge and Emotional Eating
70 Main St.
Ludlow, VT 05149
Contact: Kari Anderson
Phone: 802-788-4021
Meeting Times: Every Wednesday, 7:30 PM
open group; in personadults
men, women
Group Therapy Incorporating Guided Imagery and Reiki
The Adams Center for Body and Mind
1233 Shelburne Rd., Pierson House D2,
South Burlington, VT 05403
Contact: Sue Adams, Jodi Homann
Phone: 802-859-1577
Meeting Times: Every Wednesday, 7-8:30 PM, Every Friday 6:30-8 PM, Every Saturday, 2-4 PM
open group; in personadults / adolescents, men, women
Anyone with an eating disorder, anxiety, or PTSD

Page last updated: May 26, 2016
Published on, Eating Disorder Information & Resources