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In the Media | NEDA Week 2024: Interview with Lacey Vogel, LMHC of The Renfrew Center

In the Media | NEDA Week 2024: Interview with Lacey Vogel, LMHC of The Renfrew Center

The Renfrew Center’s Lacey Vogel, LMHC, sits down with St. John Fisher University to discuss eating disorder risk factors college students face and resources for support for those that find themselves struggling.

In the Media | Bringing Awareness to Eating Disorders and Helping People Empower Selves to Recover

In the Media | Bringing Awareness to Eating Disorders and Helping People Empower Selves to Recover

Eating Disorders Awareness Week is an international initiative to bring awareness and support to those struggling. The Renfrew Center of Radnor’s Site Director, Jessica Taylor, MA, LPC, shares ‘In My Empowerment Era’ and what Renfrew is doing to support individuals in every stage of recovery.

In the Media | Why this Mom is Asking People to Not Talk about Diet when buying Girl Scout Cookies

In the Media | Why this Mom is Asking People to Not Talk about Diet when buying Girl Scout Cookies

One mom took to Instagram to ask people not to share their diet with the girl scouts when explaining why they will not buy cookies this year. Dr. Sam DeCaro joins the conversation explaining the vulnerability of this age group and the importance of forming a positive relationship with food early on.

In the Media | The “legging legs” trend is blocked from TikTok. Experts explain what it is and why it’s “problematic.”

In the Media | The “legging legs” trend is blocked from TikTok. Experts explain what it is and why it’s “problematic.”

TikTok users can’t search the attention-garnering term “legging legs” on the app. Here’s what The Renfrew Center’s, Sam DeCaro, has to say about the dangers of body trends.

In the Media | Discussing eating disorders with Dr. Samantha DeCaro, The Renfrew Center

In the Media | Discussing eating disorders with Dr. Samantha DeCaro, The Renfrew Center

In this episode of Just a Mom Podcast, host, Susie Gurley, and The Renfrew Center’s, Sam DeCaro, PsyD, discuss the prevalence, causes, and prevention of eating disorders, touching on the complex relationship with mental health, anxiety, and depression.

Renfrew’s 2024 Eating Disorders Awareness Week Campaign: In My Empowerment Era
In My Empowerment Era

Renfrew’s 2024 Eating Disorders Awareness Week Campaign: In My Empowerment Era

The Renfrew Center is proud to join other eating disorder organizations throughout the country to celebrate Eating Disorders Awareness Week, held February 26 – March 3, 2024.

In the Media | Highly Restrictive Diets like Keto and Whole30 are Unnecessary, Experts Say

In the Media | Highly Restrictive Diets like Keto and Whole30 are Unnecessary, Experts Say

The idea that health and wellness is dependent on weight loss is perpetuated by diet culture. The Renfrew Center’s, Erin Birely, LCPC, explains why elimination diets are harmful, especially when they are not medically necessary.

In the Media | Is New Year’s Day Really the Best Time to Make Lasting Resolutions?

In the Media | Is New Year’s Day Really the Best Time to Make Lasting Resolutions?

Diet and weight loss industries flourish in the days of the new year, convincing people everywhere that the best way to revamp their lives is to lose weight. However, these resolutions can be particularly harmful. The Renfrew Center’s, Sam DeCaro, PsyD, shares ways you can reflect on your new year goals and have a healthier relationship with your body in the face of diet culture.

In the Media | How College Independence is Causing Increases in Eating Disorders

In the Media | How College Independence is Causing Increases in Eating Disorders

Although a time of newfound independence and excitement, college can create the perfect storm for an eating disorder. The Renfrew Center’s, Dr. Melanie Smith explains risk factors and resources for students who are struggling.

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