The Renfrew Center of Florida Named Finalist at Nova Southeastern University’s “STUEYS” Awards
Recognized in the category of Corporate Partner of The Year
(Pictured left to right: Drs. Heather Maio, Alissa Baum, Deborah Radzwill, George L. Hanbury, Casey Fields, Janine Furdella, Jon Goldblatt)
The Renfrew Center, the nation’s first residential eating disorder treatment facility, established in 1985, and the largest network of eating disorder treatment centers, announced today its Coconut Creek, Fla., location has been named a finalist at Nova Southeastern University’s Student Life Achievement Awards (STUEYS) in the category of Corporate Partner of the Year. The Renfrew Center of Florida was one of four finalists chosen out of 6,123 corporate nominees.
Renfrew received this recognition for the training opportunities it has provided to Nova Southeastern University (NSU) students over the past decade. The Renfrew Center of Florida works with NSU’s pre-doctoral practicum students and is part of its pre-doctoral internship consortium giving students the experience of working in a specialized treatment environment within a multidisciplinary team.
“We are truly honored to accept this recognition from Nova Southeastern University,” said Gayle Brooks, PhD, Vice-President and Chief Clinical Officer of The Renfrew Center. “We place great value in giving the next generation of clinicians the opportunity to receive hands-on experience from Renfrew, a pioneer in the eating disorder field.”
This, the 14th annual STUEY awards, honors the best of NSU in academic excellence, integrity, innovation, opportunity, scholarship/research, diversity and community.