The Renfrew Center; Are Eating Disorders Emotional Disorders

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La Salle University La Salle University Digital Commons Explorer Café Explorer Connection 2-27-2018 The Renfrew Center: Are Eating Disorders Emotional Disorders? Wendy Cramer MEd The Renfrew Center Katie Bank MA, BC-DMT, LPC The Renfrew Center Maggie Garin RD The Renfrew Center Follow this and additional works at: This Presentation is brought to you for free and open access by the Explorer Connection at La Salle University Digital Commons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Explorer Café by an authorized administrator of La Salle University Digital Commons. For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation Cramer, Wendy MEd; Bank, Katie MA, BC-DMT, LPC; and Garin, Maggie RD, "The Renfrew Center: Are Eating Disorders Emotional Disorders?" (2018). Explorer Café. 68. The Renfrew Center: Are Eating Disorders Emotional Disorders? Agenda Wendy Cramer, Med – Senior PRR  Brief Overview of Renfrew Katie Bank, MA, BC-DMT, LPC – Creative Arts Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor Maggie Garin, RD – Registered Dietitian  Common Eating Disorders, Warning Signs, Emotions  Mindful Eating Exercise & the ARC The Renfrew Center  Have you heard of us?  What primary concern do we treat?  What is it?  Co-occurring concerns Continuum of Care The Renfrew Center is unique. We offer a full continuum of comprehensive services including:  Residential Treatment (RES)  Day Treatment Program (DTP)  Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)  Outpatient Treatment  Individual therapy  Individual nutritional therapy  Individual psychiatric consultation  Groups  Alumni Services The Renfrew Center  Visualization Who does it influence? Who do we treat?  Diversity Common Eating Disorders  Anorexia Nervosa  Restricting type  Binge eating/purging type  Bulimia Nervosa  Binge Eating Disorder  Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder  Other Specified Eating Disorder Warning Signs  Moodiness or change in attitude  Depression, anxiety, OCD  Perfectionism, control issues  Feelings of worthlessness, low self-esteem  Changes in work or school performance or undergoing a significant life event  Body image complaints  Body checking, frequently weighing themselves, negative self talk  Counts calories, skips meals, avoids certain food groups  Sudden weight loss or gain  Obsessive/Over-exercising  But also may be at a normal weight for age and height  Menstrual irregularities  Decline in athletic performance, frequent injuries  Frequent trips to the bathroom, especially after meals  Swollen glands in the neck or throat  Dizziness  Feeling cold frequently Warning Signs Emotions arise at the place where mind & body meet There is difficulty recognizing, expressing, tolerating, managing, or showing emotions “It is not uncommon to hear someone with an eating disorder describe their relationship with their body as that of one with a stranger or even an enemy.” - Kleiman, S., & Hall, T. Eating Disorders Are Emotional Disorders Emotions themselves are not unsafe, dangerous or threatening Attempts to avoid uncomfortable and painful emotional experiences drives unsafe, threatening and dangerous behavior (symptom use). Let’s Practice Mindful Eating! “The ARC” of an Emotional Experience Date/ Time Situation or Trigger Physical Sensations Thoughts Behaviors/ Urges What happens next? The 3-Component Model Helping to develop an understanding of the antecedents and consequences of common emotional experiences For more information or to make a referral please contact: Wendy Cramer, MEd- Senior PRR [email protected] 215-254-1676 Questions?

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