The Renfrew Center Eating Disorder Treatment Facility

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First in Eating Disorders

Since 1985, The Renfrew Centers have been providing clinical excellence within a nurturing environment  empowering adolescent girls and women to change their lives.

SAVE THE DATE for The Renfrew Center Foundation's 2021 VIRTUAL Conference for Professionals

The 31st Annual Renfrew Center Foundation Conference for Professionals:
Perspectives on Feminism, Eating Disorders and Beyond

Held Virtually • Beginning Friday, November 12, 2021

Since 1991, the Conference has been dedicated to providing eating disorders education and training for professionals in which to discover, debate and share the best of what we bring to our profession.

This year, in particular, we recognize the importance of connecting as a community to build and reinforce our shared values, resiliency and hope for the future. Through clinical practice, research and thoughtful reflection on issues of social justice and the needs of diverse populations, we will look back on the impact of this past year as we explore treatment, cultural and familial influences, prevention, recovery, trauma and so much more.

Registration for our 2021 VIRTUAL Conference will open in mid-June.
More information coming soon. For questions, please contact conference@renfrewcenter.com.



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