Registration Opens on Monday, June 14th for Renfrew’s Annual Conference for Professionals
Creating Space to Grow
If you would have told me six months ago I would make it to this day, I would have almost certainly given you a look of disbelief, or laughed with great doubt, or said, “Yeah right, I don’t believe you.”
Navigating TikTok While in Recovery
As we continue to social distance in an effort to stay healthy, many of us have turned to social media for entertainment and connection with our friends.
Scholarship Opportunities Available for The Renfrew Center Foundation’s 2021 VIRTUAL Conference for Professionals
The Foundation values the professional development of future leaders in the field and recognizes the long – lasting benefits of Conference attendance for both educational and networking opportunities.
The Renfrew Center’s Virtual SAGE Patient Support Group
The Renfrew Center is pleased to offer our weekly Virtual SAGE (Sexuality and Gender Equality) Support Group, available across the country for all levels of care.
The Renfrew Center’s Virtual BIPOC Patient Support Group
The Renfrew Center is pleased to offer a weekly Virtual BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) Patient Support Group, available across the country at all levels of care.
10 Steps to Help Professionals Make a Difference in Schools
Academic life often brings with it complex and difficult paths for students to navigate, particularly for those with an eating disorder. Learn how you can help.
What Is Unified Treatment for Families?
At The Renfrew Center, it is our belief that growth fostering relationships are essential to healing and recovery from an eating disorder-this is true across the lifespan.
We Are Committed
At Renfrew, we have always been committed to being a diverse and inclusive organization and, in summer 2020, we strengthened this commitment by developing the Diversity & Inclusion Task Force.
10 Things Coaches & Trainers Can do to Help Prevent Eating Disorders in Their Athletes
As a coach or trainer, it’s important to learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of eating disorders and understand your role in helping to prevent them.
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