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Blog posts in October, 2018

Rachel Tenny, Alumni Coordinator Recovery Doesn't Have To Be Spooky October 29, 2018

Halloween is a time where we purposefully seek out things that are creepy, scary, and spooky. Whether it is a haunted house, a corn maze with zombies, or an old scary movie. There is something about being afraid ...

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Renfrew Alumni Masks October 22, 2018

These masks are featured in our 2018 Art Calendar. In this project, artists from The Renfrew Center of Connecticut depicted how they see themselves versus how they present themselves to others. Each artist chose ...

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Bridget Carango, MS, NCC, Primary Therapist at The Renfrew Center of Radnor & Katie Cornwall, RD, LDN, Registered Dietitian at The Renfrew Center of Radnor Tips & Tricks to Avoid Falling Backwards October 15, 2018

The fall typically signifies a time of change and transition. Whether it's school, a new job or continuing with our current schedule it's important for each of us to take time to evaluate where we are in our reco...

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Megan Brown, LMHC, Admissions Coordinator at The Renfrew Center of Massachusetts Returning To Eating Disorder Treatment October 08, 2018

Not everyone who seeks treatment for an eating disorder does so only once. As illnesses, eating disorders are multi-faceted and complicated, so treatment and recovery is also complex. Returning to treatment ca...

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Laura McLain, PsyD, Site Director at The Renfrew Center of Atlanta There is Hope for Full Recovery October 01, 2018

I'm often asked if individuals can really recover from an eating disorder. My answer is yes! I do believe that full recovery is possible. I firmly believe that change is possible, although uncomfortable, but tha...

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