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What if a community could change your life?
The Recovery Collective is a virtual global eating disorder recovery community
designed to connect you to peers and professionals who believe recovery is possible for you.
Our intention is for you to feel connected, motivated and inspired throughout every step of your recovery process.
JOIN THE COMMUNITY WAITLIST (Doors Open 1/19/23)
Imagine how your recovery would change if you had...
Plus! Enjoy these amazing perks!
🌿 A highly active and engaged private Facebook Community
🌿 Monthly Journaling Prompts
🌿 Meditation Audios
🌿 A library of all our recorded virtual events in case you missed them live! *You will also receive all of our 2022 content!
Each month we invite a new eating disorder recovery professional or role model into our community to host an exclusive workshop.
All workshops are recorded and stored in our private content library in case you miss the live session or want to watch the replay.
Check out our 2022 guest lineup:
Learn about Membership on
The Full and Thriving Podcast
Are you wondering what it's truly like to be a member of The Recovery Collective? Grab your headphones and listen to our CEO and Founder, Meg McCabe, interview three members of The Recovery Collective about their first 6 months within the community.
Each month, you'll have access to the following recovery professionals during our live events:
Here's what our members are saying:
We asked our monthly panelists,
"What inspires you to be a part of The Recovery Collective?"
Here's how they responded:
"I am inspired to be a part of The Recovery Collective because I truly want every single person to thrive in their recovery with community, support and love!"
“Eating disorders are such pervasive, isolating illnesses so finding a community is extremely important. I believe this collective will provide a much needed interactive, hopeful and safe space for those who are looking for support and understanding from those who are going through recovery or have been through recovery.”