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Virtual Outpatient SAGE Support Group for Eating Disorders

Virtual Outpatient SAGE Support Group for Eating Disorders

This weekly group provides a safe, nurturing, and empowering environment to enhance the eating disorder recovery experience, tailored for patients who are members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Virtual Outpatient BIPOC Support Group for Eating Disorders

Virtual Outpatient BIPOC Support Group for Eating Disorders

This weekly group addresses the emotional and physical impacts of the current cultural climate on recovery and is ideal for BIPOC individuals with disordered eating patterns, or those questioning if they have an eating disorder, who are looking for additional support.

Feeling Disconnected? 4 Tips for Managing Body Image & Emotionally-Driven Behaviors

Feeling Disconnected? 4 Tips for Managing Body Image & Emotionally-Driven Behaviors

Body image issues and emotionally-driven behaviors can leave you feeling disconnected from your body and self. Here are 4 tips for getting back in touch.

Offering Virtual College Outpatient Programming During Winter Break

Offering Virtual College Outpatient Programming During Winter Break

For college-aged students who choose to participate, The Renfrew
Center has integrated specialized programming into both its Virtual Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient levels of care.

Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorder: What’s the Difference?

Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorder: What’s the Difference?

Disordered eating and eating disorders share many similarities, and both can cause significant problems physically, mentally and socially. Here’s what you need to know.

In-Person Eating Disorder Day Treatment Returns January 3, 2022 (Select Locations Only)

In-Person Eating Disorder Day Treatment Returns January 3, 2022 (Select Locations Only)

The Renfrew Center will be accepting patients into our in-person Day Treatment Program at the following locations, beginning Monday, January 3, 2022: Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Orlando, FL; Philadelphia – Center City, PA; and Radnor, PA.

What is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder? Defining ARFID Beyond Just Picky Eating

What is Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder? Defining ARFID Beyond Just Picky Eating

Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, also known as ARFID, may be one of the least talked about eating disorders. But that doesn’t mean that it has fewer consequences. In this post, we review warning signs, causes and risk factors, complications of living with ARFID, and treatment options.

Embodied Exercise Practices in Recovery (Video)

Embodied Exercise Practices in Recovery (Video)

During this webinar, the motivation behind exercise and how to develop a positive relationship with physical activity is explored. Attendees will learn tools to assist with identifying values related to physical activity, understand the motivation for exercise and impact of movement on recovery.

What is Relational-Cultural Theory? The Importance of Connection in Eating Disorder Recovery

What is Relational-Cultural Theory? The Importance of Connection in Eating Disorder Recovery

Relational-Cultural Theory examines the power of connection to oneself, to one’s environment and to others. It’s also critical to eating disorder recovery.

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