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How to Help a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

How to Help a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

It’s scary to think someone you love has an eating disorder. Get the tools & info you need to help. And learn when to call the professionals.

How to Refer a Patient for Eating Disorder Treatment

How to Refer a Patient for Eating Disorder Treatment

Individuals who require treatment for eating disorders have typically reached a point of significant instability. To ensure your patient receives prompt attention, we have a streamlined referral and admissions protocol.

What Is An Eating Disorder?

What Is An Eating Disorder?

Eating disorders are very serious and, left untreated, they can be fatal. Learning to recognize these warning signs is the first step toward helping. And when you help, you may save someone’s life.

Booklist & Resources

Booklist & Resources

The Renfrew Center Foundation has created a booklist with available resources for professionals, families, individuals in recovery, and more.

Renfrew Alumni Stories: OJ B.

Renfrew Alumni Stories: OJ B.

“When I first entered treatment at The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia in 2015, I started developing self-compassion, self-acceptance, and self-efficacy for the first time.”

Renfrew Alumni Stories: Aja P.

Renfrew Alumni Stories: Aja P.

“Renfrew taught me to not bury my emotions, and instead use things like the ARC to figure out what my emotions were trying to tell me so I could better cope with them.”

Renfrew Alumni Stories: Julie G.

Renfrew Alumni Stories: Julie G.

“By the end of treatment, I felt less shame. I realized the ED thoughts may still arise due to life circumstances, but that does not mean I have to act out on them.”

In the Media | The Renfrew Center Tackles Eating Disorders In the Jewish Community

In the Media | The Renfrew Center Tackles Eating Disorders In the Jewish Community

Some people who have eating disorders may struggle to observe Jewish laws and customs. An upcoming online seminar from Renfrew addresses this issue.

Eating Disorder Prevention Tips for Parents

Eating Disorder Prevention Tips for Parents

Parents are the first line of defense against eating disorders. Get a list dos & don’ts, prevention tips and things to share with your kids from the leader in eating disorder treatment.

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