August 2014

by Tasha Castor, MSEd., LPC

By now, you’ve probably heard an eating disorder referred to as “Ed.” The term became popular in 2003 when author and eating disorder survivor, Jenni Schaefer, teamed with psychotherapist Thom Rutledge, LCSW to write the book, “Life Without Ed.” Schaefer named her eating disorder (Ed), which gave it a personality, and helped her separate from the disease that could’ve killed her. more

by Tasha Castor, MSEd., LPC

When a client comes to see me for an eating disorder assessment, she often comments, “But it’s not that bad. It’s not like I need to be in the hospital.” more

The Renfrew Center is offering five FREE upcoming recovery webinars. These one hour webinars are open to anyone in recovery or currently struggling with disordered eating. more