Eating Disorders & Autism: Improving Treatment for Neurodivergent Individuals
Every eating disorder patient deserves a treatment strategy that acknowledges their unique experience & needs. So what does this mean for neurodivergent individuals?
Religious Holidays & Eating Disorders: Tips for Practitioners
Religious holidays can be hard to navigate for those in eating disorder recovery. Here’s what treatment practitioners can do to help.
Inclusivity & Eating Disorder Treatment: Helpful Tips for Practitioners
Eating disorders affect all kinds of people from all types of backgrounds. Here’s how providers can ensure their treatment approach is inclusive.
Black History Month: The Best Mental Health Learning Resources in 2023
Black History Month is a time to re-engage and re-embrace the experience of black Americans – especially through the lens of mental health.
How to Refer a Patient for Eating Disorder Treatment: What Clinicians Should Know [Updated]
Referring a patient for eating disorder treatment is a process that requires careful consideration. Here’s a brief guide to what clinicians need to know.
Eating Disorders & Substance Use: 4 Best Practices for Treating Both Together
Eating disorders and substance use frequently occur together, creating a dangerous cycle. Here are best practices for treating both at the same time.
NOW AVAILABLE: Scholarship Opportunities for The Renfrew Center Foundation’s 2022 VIRTUAL Conference for Professionals
We are pleased to offer scholarships for the 2022 Virtual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference, which include a complimentary full Conference registration.
10 Questions to Ask When Looking for an Outpatient Eating Disorder Therapist
Outpatient therapy is a common first step in eating disorder treatment. Here’s how to find a therapist and program that works for you.
Medical Evaluation of Suspected Eating Disorders (Video)
This webinar will explore the three most common eating disorder diagnoses by defining each disorder, reviewing statistics, identifying physical signs, addressing medical complications, and discussing treatment options.
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