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Friday, April 21, 2023

Eating Disorders 101

Date: Friday, April 21, 2023

Time: 9a-11a (Program)

Type: Live Webinar

Credits: 2 CEUs (NY​S LMSWs, LCSWs, LMHCs, LMFTs, Psychologists)

Location: Zoom

Instructor: Jillian Hartman, LMHC (Renfrew - Regional Assistant Vice President)

Cost: $60pp, $40 Early Bird (register by 4/10/23), $30 Super Saver (register by 3/10/23),

$25 5+ Group (per person. same organization), $20 Grad Students 


This presentation will provide a review of the DSM-5 Criteria for all Eating Disorder Diagnoses, including the less obvious 

warning signs and symptoms; biological, socio-cultural, psychological risk factors; evidenced based treatments; levels of care; 

as well as an overview of Renfrew’s Unified Treatment Model (UT). 

Preventative tips and resources will be provided to help prevent disordered eating and support those with eating disorders.


1. Participants will review DSM-5 criteria for the treatment of eating disorders, including common comorbid conditions.

2. Participants will be able to identify 3-5 biological, cultural, and psychological risk factors that contribute to the etiology and maintenance of eating disorder symptoms.

3. Participants will be able to identify four levels of care of eating disorder treatment (RES, PHP, IOP, and OP) including APA criteria for each level.

4. An overview of Renfrew’s Unified Treatment Model (UT) for the treatment of eating disorders will be presented.

Time Line:

First Half: ED diagnostic criteria- including disordered behavioral trends not yet included in the DSM-V. Signs and symptoms of AN, BN, BED, ARFID, Diabulimia, Orthorexia, and OSFED will be reviewed. Biological, cultural, and psychological factors will be discussed, including supporting research. The functions of an eating disorder, including the reinforcing nature of emotional avoidance, will be highlighted and conceptualized as a maintaining factor in ED symptomology.

Second Half: Treatment considerations: traditional treatments, and rationale for mindfulness based interventions. Observing three emotional components, as well as identifying antecedents, emotional responses, and consequences of eating disorder behaviors. In vivo, imaginal and interoceptive exposures will be reviewed. Levels of care will be defined, and APA criteria for higher level of care will be presented (i.e. medical status, suicidality, weights/vitals, motivation, co-occurring diagnoses, etc.) Resources for further learning will be shared (e.g., books, online resources, hotlines). 


Jillian Hartman, LMHC - Regional Assistant Vice President

Ms. Hartman is the Regional Assistant Vice President for The Renfrew Center, overseeing the New York City, NY; White Plains, NY; and Paramus, NJ sites. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a focus on Childhood Development from The George Washington University and her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University. Ms. Hartman has been with Renfrew since 2013, having interned at the New York site, then holding the positions of Primary Therapist and Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Boston, and most recently serving as Senior Team Leader at The Renfrew Center of Northern New Jersey. Prior to joining Renfrew, Ms. Hartman served as Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Endocrinology at Boston Children’s Hospital.

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