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BookED: Book Study Group
Renewed’s BookED: Book Study Group is a free group for adult 18+ community members who are interested in being a part of a safe and welcoming space focused on group reading and discussion related to eating disorders and/or body image issues. This group runs by sessions. Each session will have a book of choice and will be led by a licensed clinician. Session length will vary depending on the length of the book. Registration is required for each session that you plan to attend.
Please see below for more details on BookED sessions that are currently meeting:
BookED: Session 7
- Audience: All genders 18+
- Book of Choice: More Than a Body by Lindsay Kite, PhD & Lexie Kite, PhD
- Session Meeting Dates/Time: Oct. 12 & 26, Nov. 16 & 30, Dec. 14 (2022), Jan. 11 & 25 (2023) from 6-7pm CST
- Meeting Location: Zoom
- Facilitator: Devon Bridgwaters, LPC-MHSP
- Registration: Registration is currently closed for this session. Please check back soon for Session 8 info!
Meet the Facilitator
Devon Bridgwaters, LPC-MHSP attended Furman University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She continued her education at Vanderbilt University where she received her Masters of Education degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is fully licensed to practice in the state of Tennessee and is a co-founder of Evolve Counseling Associates, LLC.
Devon gained her therapeutic experience through opportunities at eating disorder treatment centers, local private schools, alcohol and drug rehabilitation facilities, and residential treatment centers for youth with behavioral disorders. She continues to complete professional development to advance her knowledge and stay up to date on best practices.
Devon has a passion for working with girls and women specifically with body image concerns, disordered eating, and eating disorders. She also provides therapy for those navigating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, stress, self-esteem concerns, school concerns, life transitions, and personal growth. Devon uses a holistic and person-centered approach with her clients while also including components of evidenced-based interventions such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and exposure therapy. She welcomes people of all cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, spiritual paths, and walks of life.