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Meet Renfrew's New Alumni Services Coordinator

By: Rachel Tenny, MA, LPCA, Alumni Coordinator

Posted on September 24, 2018

Recovery is a process that continues beyond the walls of treatment and requires continued maintenance, check-ins, and motivation. I am thrilled to be the new Alumni Services Coordinator for The Renfrew Centers and serve as the connection between you and the services we offer. I'm a firm believer that relationships are imperative during your recovery process, especially in times when you feel less than hopeful.

Whether listening to our monthly webinars, gathering hope and motivation from the stories in our Expressions of Recovery section or hearing from Renfrew Center staff on the Recovery Blog, my hope is that you continue to stay connected through the content we offer and find it to be encouraging and motivating. It can be helpful to hear from both women who have attended our programs and also the staff who have worked with them, to make sure we provide opportunities for emotional connection and educational support.

I am excited to bring you the most beneficial resources and would love your feedback on topics or content that would provide you further support! I hope that both you and those who experience this process with you can find the tools and support to walk through this journey. Please feel free to reach out at any point with ways that we can support you through Alumni Services. Send us an email at

Rachel Tenny, MA, LPCA, is the Alumni Coordinator for The Renfrew Centers and Primary Therapist at The Renfrew Center of Charlotte. She received both her Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a concentration in Creative Art Therapy, and her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lenoir-Rhyne University. Ms. Tenny has worked in Residential, PHP, and IOP levels of care in both South Carolina and North Carolina. She is passionate about helping women embrace recovery and find their value outside of their eating disorder.

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