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TOPIC TITLE: Any support groups for frum girls in Monsey?
Created On 11/23/07 8:53 AM
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judy3
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11/23/07 8:53 AM
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I would like to find a frum support group for a 20 year old girl in Monsey suffering from anorexia, also she is currently going to Brooklyn for therapy , if you know of any good therapists out here in Monsey I would greatly appreciate knowing about them.
 
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bubbs96
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11/23/07 12:52 PM
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I know someone who is trying to organize a frum support group (she has 4 people needs 1-3 more before it can start)...dont know that it would be in monsey, more likely NYC, but private message me if you like and i will give you/her my email and get you more info...

as for therapy, has she considered renfrew? they have a site in ridgewood, nj that is closer to monsey by car than brooklyn

also, if she wants to talk, i can give her my contact info....


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2/14/08 1:44 PM
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Are there any support groups in Ny?
I might be interested
 
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bubbs96
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2/14/08 4:25 PM
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do you mean the city? are you looking specifically for something frum? there is a frum support group that is supposed to be starting (or maybe it has just started)....it never happened for me, but I think I still have the contact info....

if you're not looking for frum only, i also know of lots of websites and ideas for that, too.....there are tons of groups out there!


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