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Supporting Clients and Families Through Holiday Stress: What to do When?

Supporting Clients and Families Through Holiday Stress: What to do When?

The holiday season often brings us moments of anticipation and celebration but, for families struggling with disordered eating, it can be a very stressful time of year. Holidays may stir up repetitive family dynamics including unpleasant memories, feelings of being judged or shamed, increased food triggers and taxing travel schedules. Clinical vignettes, designed to help…

College Professionals Networking Event

College Professionals Networking Event

The complexities of eating disorders in college students can present unique challenges for college mental health professionals in effective assessment and intervention. The Renfrew Center of Pittsburgh invites you to a networking event where you will have the opportunity to connect with local college colleagues and discuss trends on campus. You will also have the…

Alumni Fall Workshop: Weathering Change with Courage & Compassion

Alumni Fall Workshop: Weathering Change with Courage & Compassion

Fall offers a moment to pause, reflect, and reconnect with our values and healing journey. Join us for an interactive Fall workshop where you will have the opportunity to reconnect with Renfrew, fellow alumni and your commitment to recovery. No matter where you are in your journey or what levels of care you completed with…

Comfortably Uncomfortable: Continuing the Conversation

Comfortably Uncomfortable: Continuing the Conversation

Attendees will need access to wi-fi, and a device with a camera, microphone and audio capabilities. Our discussions on diversity, equality and inclusion in the treatment of eating disorders, which has occurred as a part of the last few Renfrew Center Foundation Conferences, were so inspiring and motivating that we’ve made the decision to continue…

Finishing Strong: Pursuing Recovery as the Semester Ends

Finishing Strong: Pursuing Recovery as the Semester Ends

As we close out this semester, the stress of finals, approaching holidays, and travel can create triggers in this time of transition. This group will discuss how to manage these seasonal and academic changes in recovery. Participants will leave this one-time workshop with ideas for ways to manage these stressors, advocate for their recovery, and…

Celebrating Self-Compassion: Tools to Support Recovery Throughout the Holiday Season

Celebrating Self-Compassion: Tools to Support Recovery Throughout the Holiday Season

The holiday season often brings with it moments of anticipation, joy, connection, and reflection. For those struggling with an eating disorder, that premise may be challenged by the reality of what previous ‘celebrations’ may have brought – repetitive family dynamics, unpleasant memories, feeling judged, traveling and/or increased food triggers. This webinar will explore self-compassion as…

Making Room at the Table – A Transdiagnostic Approach to Identifying and Treating Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Making Room at the Table – A Transdiagnostic Approach to Identifying and Treating Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Attendees will need access to wi-fi and a device with audio capabilities. About the Training Treatment providers often find that they are craving more knowledge and resources to help individuals suffering with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Despite occurring less frequently than other eating disorders, ARFID still causes significant biopsychosocial consequences, and thus requires…

The Body Image Toolkit: Building a Better Relationship with Your Body

The Body Image Toolkit: Building a Better Relationship with Your Body

It’s difficult to make peace with your body when living in a culture obsessed with appearance, weight, shape, and size. While many individuals struggle on some level with body acceptance, it is particularly problematic for those in eating disorder recovery to tune into the body’s signals, honor its needs, and resist the urge to try…

“Trigger or Treat”: Recovery During Halloween

“Trigger or Treat”: Recovery During Halloween

Halloween is meant to be a fun time of year when you get to dress in costume, attend a Halloween party or potluck, and pass out candy. However, for some, it is a very stressful and anxiety provoking holiday. In this webinar, we will explore how to manage the emotions that arise when it comes…

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