Date of Next Meeting: August 17, 2018 12:00pm-1:30pm
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Note: This meeting is intended for social workers only and is not open to all professions. Please only RSVP if you are a Licensed Social Worker, or are currently a social work student.
August Meeting Location
Address: 1130 Camino La Costa, Austin
Phone: (512) 436-0496
On-site parking and street parking are available
About Parson's House: The largest family-owned, privately operated community in Austin. We have been serving Austin area seniors since 2003, and are proud to offer the unique concept of a blended community with both Independent and Assisted Living. Blended Independent and Assisted Living means that every apartment may provide as many or as few services required as the resident’s needs change over time. Our residents know we will be there for them when they need us.
We’re proud of the fact that our community feels more like a neighborhood. Every member of our caring staff knows every resident by name and will take the time to get to know them for the individuals they are. We genuinely enjoy each other’s company. At Parsons House, we offer the best of both worlds; a vibrant community with younger residents paired with levels of care to assist residents who may have higher needs.
Independent Living residents know we’re here for them if their needs should change and our Assisted Living residents are invigorated by the more active community that we offer.
See for yourself why Parsons House Austin is a great choice to live life to its fullest.
August Meeting Speaker and Topic
“Not Just a Young Person’s Game: Eating Disorders through the Lifespan”
Neathery Thurmond, LCSW
Neathery is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive experience working with adolescents, families, and adults. Neathery received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX and her Master of Science in Social Work from The University of Texas at Austin.
Neathery’s experience in mental health includes roles in research, nonprofit development, business consulting, and clinical experience in the outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and inpatient levels of care. Prior to private practice, she worked at Hill Country Recovery Center (now Eating Recovery Center of Austin) treating severe eating disorders and co-occurring issues and Sage Recovery and Wellness Center treating substance use disorders.
Neathery currently is in private practice in Austin, TX and is the Vice-President of Central Texas Eating Disorder Specialists and is a board member for Austin Group Psychotherapy Society.