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Intuitive Eating Group

Sundstrom Clinical Services is pleased to announce an “Intuitive Eating” therapy group designed for individuals 25 years or older who identify as female and who are concerned about their relationship with food and/or those who are struggling with poor body image.  This group will be an interpersonal process group offering a place for individuals to process their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to disordered eating and concerns around body image, body acceptance, and body trust.  The group is designed to deepen our understanding of what Intuitive Eating actually is and how to adopt the principles into everyday life.  We will explore the insidious ways diet culture imposes harmful and dangerous standards while practicing ways to garner self-compassion and consider ways to have a gentler, easier relationship with food and body.  Group members are encouraged to receive and offer support and feedback and respect the privacy of other group members.  The group will be “closed”, meaning that it is limited to 6-8 participants and does not allow for “drop ins”.  Group members must be willing to commit to 10 weekly sessions (with the exception of emergencies or other pre-planned engagements) in order to build and maintain safety and a strong group connection. 

2023 Dates Coming Soon!


Dr. Paige Marmer (she/her) received her B.A. at the University of Vermont, and her M.S. and Psy.D. at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in counseling and clinical health psychology.  Paige completed a pre-doctoral internship and a post-doctoral fellowship at Temple University's Tuttleman Counseling Services in Philadelphia.  Paige’s approach to body wellness is modeled after Intuitive Eating and she identifies as a Health at Every Size provider.  She seeks to help her clients redefine their relationship with food and body.  

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