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The 17th Annual
RENFREW CENTER FOUNDATION CONFERENCE

"Feminist Perspectives and Beyond: Exploring Eating Disorders Recovery"

NOVEMBER 8-11, 2007   •   PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA

We are pleased to announce that your Association is providing a service for you this year that should prove to be popular. CSC has professionally recorded many of the convention sessions. The recordings have been transferred to Audio CD and MP3 and are now available. This unique service allows you to review the convention sessions or pass information along to friends and associates. In order that all members, including convention attendees, may benefit from the material presented, the cassettes are available from CSC.

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(80-CD Set)
$450.00

TH1A, TH1B, TH1C, TH1D
(4-CD Program)
Anorexia Nervosa: Treatment Across the Continuum of Illness
Michael Strober, PhD

In light of mounting evidence that genetic influences play an important role in vulnerability to anorexia, the developmental pathways of risk are becoming better understood. Genetically determined mechanisms of emotion regulation and general temperament can insidiously impact self-function and susceptibility to maturity fears, triggering intense anxieties centered on pubertal changes in weight and shape. This workshop will review these empirical and theoretical developments and present an equally detailed discussion of models of psychotherapeutic treatment. How the initial consultation is structured, how the psychopathology is described to patient and family, and how the course of therapy is managed will be explored. Case studies, transcripts, and tape will be used to illustrate psychotherapeutic process and content, focusing on the importance of evocative language in the therapist-patient dialogue.
Didactic, Interactive
Intermediate/Advanced


(4-CD Session)
$48.00

TH2A, TH2B, TH2C, TH2D
(4-CD Program)
If You Want to Aim High, You Need to Go Deep: Core Issue Completion Therapy in Eating Disorder Recovery
Michael D. Lukens, PhD and Regina C. Lukens, LCSW

Are there cases of “full” recovery? What do they look like? How can therapy help people achieve a “full” recovery? Trauma, abuse, grief, and self-esteem are all “core issues” that humans struggle with, and which therapy, as it is generally practiced, rarely manages to effectively resolve. Core Issue Completion Therapy (CICT) is an approach that targets the underlying core emotional issues that “drive the disorder.” CICT is experiential, intense, and ideally delivered in non-traditional formats. The initial anecdotal evidence regarding its efficacy is extremely favorable. This workshop will discuss CICT and will include case studies to help participants gain an understanding of this alternative approach.
Didactic, Experiential
Intermediate

(4-CD Session)
$48.00

TH3A, TH3B, TH3C, TH3D
(4-CD Program)
Understanding, Assessing and Treating Eating Disorders in the 21st Century
Jennifer Nardozzi, PsyD, Gayle Brooks, PhD, Julie Dorfman, MA, RD, LDN, Shawn Gersman, MD, Susan Kleinman, MA, ADTR, NCC and Jodi Krumholz, RD, LDN
Forty years ago, anorexia nervosa was an obscure esoteric disorder and bulimia nervosa had been observed, but not officially recognized. Although the past four decades have brought about a wealth of information regarding eating disorders, many myths and misconceptions remain. This presentation, by Renfrew staff, takes a historical perspective of the field and provides an overview of the most current understanding of theory, assessment and treatment. Particular emphasis will be placed on the best clinical practices for multidisciplinary treatment.
Didactic, Interactive, Experiential
Beginner

(4-CD Session)
$48.00

TH4A, TH4B, TH4C, TH4D
(4-CD Program)
The “War” on Obesity: Promoting Recovery or Preventing It?
Jonathan Robison, PhD, MS
The Surgeon General labeled obesity “the terror within,” and called for a “cultural transformation” to combat and win the “war” against it. This workshop will separate reality from rhetoric regarding the relationship between weight and health, as well as distinguish between obesity and binge eating disorder. The historical context and socio-cultural background of the “war” on obesity will be explored. Progress to date will be examined, with special emphasis given to the mounting “casualties” of all ages. An evidence-based “exit strategy” for ending the war and promoting recovery will be presented, including implications that are relevant for the treatment of binge eating disorder.
Interactive, Didactic
All Levels

(4-CD Session)
$48.00

TH5A, TH5B, TH5C, TH5D
(4-CD Program)
Facilitating the Uncovering of Self: The Core of Eating Disorder Work
Mark F. Schwartz, ScD and Richard Schwartz, PhD
Eating disorder clients often verbalize that they do not know “who they are” and that they do not have a “sense of self.” Immediately the clinician realizes that full recovery is dependent on facilitating self-differentiation which, no doubt, has been impaired by the absence of key experiences in development, such as peer bonding, romantic relationships, and healthy mirroring from caregivers. This workshop will focus on theoretical conceptions of self-development and apply them to working with eating disorder clients. The Internal Family Systems Model for facilitating self will be emphasized. Videotaped segments will be utilized to illustrate innovative psychotherapy for enhancing the unfolding of self and self-leadership to control eating disorder symptoms.
Didactic
All Levels

(4-CD Session)
$48.00

N1
(1-CD Program)
Voices Within the Eating Disorders Field: A Networking Event


Learn more about advocacy, prevention, research and training in the eating disorders field. Representatives from national organizations will share information during this informal networking event.


(1-CD Session)
$12.00

FR1A, FR1B
(2-CD Program)
Psychodrama and Neurochemistry: Healing the Ravages of an Eating Disorder
Mary Bellofatto MA, LMHC, NCC, CEDS, TEP
As a result of new brain imaging techniques and brain pathway discoveries, it is now possible to help patients visualize what is taking place in their bodies during the course of therapy. Psychodrama can extract critical information that helps supply information to enhance healing. This workshop explores how the body-mind connection can change the brain and allow for healthier choices in recovery.
Experiential, Didactic
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR2A, FR2B
(2-CD Program)
The New Paradigm in Town: Using Energy Psychology to Facilitate Eating Disorders Recovery
Marion Bilich, PhD

Energy psychology represents a revolutionary paradigm shift from traditional models of how to bring about therapeutic change. This workshop examines this needed shift and focuses on how energy psychology approaches, most specifically the Emotional Freedom Technique, can be used as powerful therapeutic techniques and self-help tools in facilitating eating disorder recovery.
Didactic, Interactive, Experiential
Advanced

 


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR3A, FR3B
(2-CD Program)
What Constitutes Healthy Body Image, Eating, Fitness and Weight? A Backdrop for Defining Eating Disorder Recovery
Kathy Kater, LICSW
In order to define eating disorder recovery, consensus about healthy body image, eating, fitness and weight is needed. When negative body images, disordered eating, lack of fitness, and healthy weight conflicts are normative, even professionals disagree. This workshop offers a new model for healthy body image and weight as the context for a definition of recovery.
Didactic, Interactive, Experiential
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR4A, FR4B
(2-CD Program)
Let’s Eat: Using Therapeutic Eating Sessions, Meals, and Techniques in Treatment
Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN


Eating with clients can be a powerful therapeutic tool. Shared meals provide a wealth of information typically not available to outpatient therapists or nutritionists. This workshop discusses the theory of therapeutic meals, describes several different techniques for utilizing them, including the Maudsley Method, and explores the advantages and disadvantages of eating with clients.
Didactic, Interactive, Experiential
All Levels


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR6A, FR6B
(2-CD Program)
THE BARBARA M. GREENSPAN MEMORIAL LECTURE
Good Grief: Healing Possibilities for Our Clients and Ourselves
David Treadway, PhD

Although everyone experiences grief and loss, the way people deal with these feelings is profoundly individual. This workshop will focus on how to address our clients' grief, as well as our own, in ways that are truly individualized. Topics for discussion include self-disclosure, spirituality, maintaining therapeutic boundaries, and therapists’ imperfection and self-care.
Interactive, Experiential, Didactic
All Levels


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

K1
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Moving Beyond Fear
Arianna Huffington

What gets in the way of being fearless? What steps can one take to make the journey from fear to fearlessness? How can we best inoculate women from the negative and self-destructive messages our culture proclaims? In this practical, provocative and deeply personal talk, author, Internet entrepreneur, and mother Arianna Huffington lays out why she believes that conquering fear is crucial to living a full and fulfilling life. Whether it’s sex, love, work, money, parenting, religion, death or changing the world -- fear plays a part. Fear is universal. It touches everyone – but clearly doesn’t stop everyone. Learn what makes the difference between being controlled by our fears and controlling them.


(1-CD Session)
$12.00

FR7A, FR7B
(2-CD Program)
“What Are You Bringing to the Table?” Helping Mothers in Recovery Develop Healthy Eating Habits in Their Children
Donna Fish, LCSW
Teaching children to develop healthy eating habits is a source of stress for all parents, particularly for mothers who have struggled with an eating disorder. This workshop describes how clinicians can help mothers avoid transmitting disordered eating habits to their children, while at the same time, furthering their own recovery.
Interactive, Didactic, Experiential
Intermediate/Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR8A, FR8B
(2-CD Program)
Accumulated Wisdom and the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Margo Maine, PhD, FAED, William N. Davis, PhD, FAED and Jane Shure, PhD, LCSW

Through an interactive and experiential format, this workshop encourages seasoned therapists to explore the wealth of their clinical expertise. The goal is to identify aspects of treatment that have the most impact on successful outcomes and to articulate what is most important for developing therapists to understand about their work.
Interactive, Experiential
Advanced/Intermediate


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR9A, FR9B
(2-CD Program)
Recovery from Chronic Illness
Deborah Mangham, MD and Ann Vosti, MD
This workshop will discuss the long-term sequelae of eating disorders. Focus will be placed on the irreversible complications that manifest themselves in patients with chronic eating disorder illness, including renal failure and enteric plexopathy secondary to laxative abuse; osteoporosis; and pregnancy complications. Case studies will be included.
Didactic
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR10A, FR10B
(2-CD Program)
Competitive Thinness, Revealing Uniforms, and Sexism: Their Effects on Disordered Eating and Body Dissatisfaction in Female Athletes
Roberta Trattner Sherman, PhD, FAED and Ron A. Thompson, PhD, FAED

Athletes are at increased risk for eating disorders because they not only face the same risk factors as non-athletes, they also encounter risks unique to the sport environment. After a brief overview of the risks specific to sports, the presenters will discuss the factors of competitive thinness, revealing uniforms, and sexism and how they increase the risk of disordered eating and body obsession/ dissatisfaction in female athletes.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR11A, FR11B
(2-CD Program)
From Seduction to Recovery: Exploring the Role of Media Gaslighting on Women's Self-Perceptions…and the Empowering Way Out
Robin Stern, PhD
"Gaslighting" is a relational process wherein one person gives over their sense of reality in favor of another’s. In today’s culture, media often acts as the “gaslighter” and systematically leads women (the “gaslightees”) to doubt their own perceptions. Participants will learn how to "opt out" of this destructive interaction in order to empower themselves and their clients to reassert their own sense of reality.
Didactic
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

FR12A, FR12B
(2-CD Program)
Super Sized: Living Large in a Small Minded Culture
Cynthia Whitehead-LaBoo, PhD
This workshop will describe how a woman of size lives and works clinically in our thin obsessed culture. Clinical case examples will illustrate how to promote recovery from eating disorders in clients of all sizes by modeling love, reclaiming beauty, embracing self-acceptance and creating empowerment.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

B1
(1-CD Program)
NETWORKING BREAKFAST FOR NUTRITION THERAPISTS
Hosted by: Jodi Krumholz, RD, LDN and Julie Dorfman, MS, RD, LDN
Please join us to connect with dietitians in the field who are working in treatment centers and/or private practice. We will exchange ideas and discuss the challenges we face in these and other settings.
(1-CD Session)
$12.00

K2A & K2B
(2-CD Program)
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Socio-Cultural and Behavioral Genetic Perspectives on Eating Disorders: Implications for Theory, Treatment and Recovery
Anne E. Becker, MD, PhD, ScM, Kelly Klump, PhD and Michael Levine, PhD

This keynote panel discussion explores the strengths and limitations of two different perspectives on eating disorders. Dr. Levine reviews theories, methodologies, and convergent forms of evidence to establish the construct validity of "socio-cultural influences." He then connects this body of knowledge to principles of feminist theories, developmental psychopathology, and health psychology, and in particular the biopsychosocial perspective. Dr. Klump discusses evidence to support genetic influences across the range of eating pathology and highlights developmental changes in etiologic effects. As moderator, Dr. Becker will facilitate a discussion between the panelists that explores the implications of socio-cultural and behavioral genetic perspectives and their possible integration to better understand the etiology, treatment, recovery and prevention of eating disorders.


(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA1A, SA1B
(2-CD Program)
The Path to Coherence: Resolving Mind Body Incoherence in Eating Disorders
Emmett R. Bishop, Jr., MD, CEDS and Meredith Cohn, PhD
Individuals with eating disorders frequently show temperament and character extremes, which cognitive behavioral therapy often does not address successfully. This presentation explores how newer treatment approaches, using concepts derived from coherence therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and DBT, can have a more direct and effective impact on problems of incoherence in eating disorders.
Didactic, Experiential
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA2A, SA2B
(2-CD Program)
Getting Them In—or Out—the Door: Working with Parents Whether They Want To or Not
Judith Brisman, PhD and Jennifer Jones, PhD
Therapists are faced with critical questions regarding whether or not to get parents involved in their child’s process of recovery. When is parental involvement necessary? When is it more helpful to enhance boundaries and emphasize independence? When do we try all of the above? This workshop hopes to generate a lively discussion regarding what we really are doing with families—and why.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA3A, SA3B
(2-CD Program)
What is Recovery from Disordered Eating? Defining Physical, Emotional & Spiritual Aspects of Women’s Journeys of Recovery
Marjorie C. Feinson, PhD

What is recovery from disordered eating? In-depth interviews with 24 recovering women provide a unique opportunity to develop a broader understanding of processes of recovery. In this workshop, participants will join colleagues in small groups to transform descriptive interview findings into working definitions and indicators of physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of recovery.
Didactic, Interactive
Intermediate/Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA4A, SA4B
(2-CD Program)
Unraveling the Complexity of the Dual Diagnosis: Challenges in the Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes and Eating Disorders
Marcia Meier, BAN, RN, CDE and Stephanie H. Gerken, MS, RD, LD, CDE
Thirty-six percent of females with Type 1 Diabetes report intentionally reducing or omitting insulin to control weight. The interaction of Type 1 Diabetes and eating disorders behavior often results in serious diabetes-related complications. Due to the complexity of the dual diagnosis, a multi-disciplinary treatment approach is essential.
Didactic
Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA5A, SA5B
(2-CD Program)
What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Recovery from the Patient’s Perspective
Gail Schoenbach, BS and Kathleen MacDonald
In this workshop presentation, two eating disorders survivors offer an intimate view of the recovery process, including the transition from living recovery to living life. They will discuss do’s and don’ts of recovery, ideas about what is and isn’t helpful during treatment and what they have learned as eating disorders activists and prevention advocates.
Interactive, Didactic
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA6A, SA6B
(2-CD Program)
Forgiveness: The Final Frontier in Recovery
Robin Sesan, PhD
Forgiving ourselves and others is essential to a lasting eating disorders recovery. Forgiveness allows us to open up to life again and live with a more grateful heart. Through didactic presentation, experiential learning and case examples, workshop participants will learn how to forgive in their own lives and translate this process for the benefit of clients.
Didactic, Experiential
Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA7A, SA7B
(2-CD Program)
Attachment Theory and Affect Regulation: Clinical Applications in Neuroscience
Carl V. Boyer, MD
Attachment and affect regulation patterns, which direct adaptive relational behaviors throughout life, are formed in the first year of life. This presentation will highlight how right-brain-to-right-brain communications form the template for a new intersubjective approach to therapy that combines traditional psychoanalytic theory with contemporary neuroscientific developments.
Didactic
Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA8A, SA8B
(2-CD Program)
Incorporating Heart and Soul Work in Psychotherapy
Carolyn Costin, MA, MEd, MFT, CEDS,  Rev. Steven Emmett, PhD and Richard Levine, MD
During this panel discussion, three senior clinicians in the field of eating disorders will describe how they have incorporated spirituality and soul into their practice of psychotherapy. The presenters will detail their view of therapy and illustrate how they include spiritual concepts into how people heal. Audience participation will be welcome.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA9A, SA9B
(2-CD Program)
Will That Boat Float? Predictors of Success in Intensive Treatment
Craig Johnson, PhD, Ovidio Bermudez, MD and Robbie Munn, MA, MSW
This workshop will explore the question of what predicts successful outcomes in intensive treatment programs. Aspects of treatment to be discussed include assessing readiness for admission, pre-treatment contracting, preparing patients for admission, predictors of relapse, and preparation for discharge. A recovered patient's mother will offer a unique perspective on the challenges of having a family member return from intensive treatment.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA10A, SA10B
(2-CD Program)
Challenging the Mindset: Redefining Exercise through Awareness, Education, and Experience
Kelly N. Pedrotty, MS and Susan Viscido, MA, RYT
This interactive workshop focuses on using exercise related mind-body interventions to empower women in the recovery process. Participants will learn how to identify exercise abuse, treat specific exercise issues and debunk fitness myths. Experiential techniques will be presented to teach ways to stay mindful of the exercise process in recovery.
Interactive, Experiential
Intermediate/Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SA11A, SA11B
(2-CD Program)
Standing Up to Ed: How to Empower Clients with the Metaphor of Intra-Personal Relationship
Thom Rutledge, LCSW
This presentation offers the basic philosophy and methodology of The Separation Method, a treatment approach introduced to the field of eating disorders in the book, Life Without ED, written by Jenni Schaefer. It includes a step-by-step model for implementing the method in both inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as demonstrations of the method in practice.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

K3
(2-CD Program)
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Eating Disorders Recovery: A Goal in Search of Definition
Scott Crow, MD
Recovery is the ultimate goal of eating disorders treatment, but it remains unclear exactly what this means or encompasses. This keynote presentation reviews several reasons why it has been difficult to arrive at a consensual definition, including the fact that people with eating disorders often transition from one diagnosis to another, and the treatment typically focuses on several different factors, such as eating behavior, weight, and cognitions about eating, each of which can improve at a rate that is independent of others. Furthermore, current definitions of recovery exclude critically important issues such as overall quality of life, role functioning and quality of relationships. Potential solutions to the problem of definition will be reviewed, including the possibility of including non-traditional concepts such as quality of life.
(1-CD Session)
$12.00

SU1A, SU1B
(2-CD Program)
Recovery from Bulimia: Rethinking Relapse and Treatment Strategies
Patricia W. De Barbieri, EdD, LPC
This workshop describes a qualitative research study that details how and why recovery occurred in the lives of 24 adult bulimic women. Changes in the meaning of bulimia, and disorienting dilemmas, such as hitting bottom and relapse, were at the core of recovery, whereas reflective thinking, affiliation, and the development of voice facilitated recovery, internal and external barriers to reflective thinking impeded recovery.
Didactic, Interactive
Intermediate

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SU2A, SU2B
(2-CD Program)
Viable Options for Treating Pediatric Obesity: The Benefits of the Sierras Solution
Dan Kirschenbaum, PhD, ABPP and Lisa Tjelmeland, MSW
The Sierras Solution was developed in programs that immerse young people in a healthy living environment, showing them that they can improve their health and well-being as they lose weight. This workshop will describe a truly effective alternative intervention that can empower girls and young women as it helps them become healthier and stronger.
Didactic
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SU3A, SU3B
(2-CD Program)
Nutrition Counseling and Real World Recovery
Rebekah Mardis, RD and Erin Naimi, RD
A client is recovered when she can eat in the “real world” without fear, guilt, or anxiety. Learn the eating guidelines, education, assignments, experiences, and concerns for each of the three levels of change that clients need to progress through, in order to eat in the real world.
Interactive, Experiential
Advanced

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SU4A, SU4B
(2-CD Program)
On Recovery, From Recovery: Theoretical, Research and Clinical Perspectives from Recovered Therapists
Beth Hartman McGilley PhD, FAED, Leslie Murray, MD, MPH and Jeanmarie Infranco, MA, LPC
This panel will explore the recovery process from the combined perspectives of personal and professional experience. Highly interactive in design, presenters and audience members will address what defines, facilitates, impedes and informs the recovery process. Implications for integrating research and clinical experience will be discussed.
Didactic, Interactive
All Levels

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

SU6A, SU6B
(2-CD Program)
Hope in the Face of Despair: Maintaining Therapeutic Resilience When Recovery Runs Aground
Brad Sachs, PhD
The therapist’s responsibility is to redefine recovery as a healing of the person rather than a curing of the illness. To accomplish this, the therapist must discover the resilience required to embrace rather than repudiate feelings of therapeutic futility in order to inspire the patient to do the same.
Didactic, Interactive, Experiential
Intermediate

(2-CD Session)
$24.00

 
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