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Control the Scroll: Social Media Literacy and Eating Disorder Recovery

Control the Scroll: Social Media Literacy and Eating Disorder Recovery

Wednesday, October 27, 2021 • 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (ET)

Free | Live Interactive Webinar
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (ET)

Presented by: Samantha DeCaro, PsyD

Held Online

Social media has many benefits from connection to entertainment; however, it is also full of sneaky messages that can heighten eating disorder urges for those in recovery.

This webinar will review current research studies to understand how social media impacts body image and disordered behaviors. Attendees will discover valuable tips on how to make social media a place of connection and positivity and will also receive a free Social Media Checklist to quickly identify if content is helpful or harmful.

Samantha DeCaro

About the Presenter

Samantha DeCaro, PsyD, is the Director of Clinical Outreach and Education for The Renfrew Center. Dr. DeCaro received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at LaSalle University, and her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, CA. She has been with Renfrew since 2012, completing her post-doctoral residency at The Renfrew Center Philadelphia – Spring Lane, then holding the position of Primary Therapist, and most recently serving as Assistant Clinical Director. As Renfrew’s national spokesperson, Dr. DeCaro has been featured in the media as an eating disorder expert on various television shows, radio programs, podcasts, and online magazines. She is a frequent lecturer and serves as the Alumni Representative for The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia.

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