We were both clinical consultants to the Renfrew Center, the country’s first residential treatment center for eating disorders from the time it opened in 1985 and spent many years running groups and supervising its staff. We are nationally recognized trainers of other healthcare professionals and have written extensively on body image and eating disorders.
Shame, Compassion and the Journey Toward Health
in Effective Clinical Practice in the Treatment of Eating Disorders, The Heart of the Matter,
co-edited by Jane Shure (along with Margo Maine & Willam Davis)
“The Body As A Shame Container” in The Renfrew Center working papers.
The Role of Shame in Eating Disorders
in Eating Disorders Today Spring 2005
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Ways to Influence Positive or Negative Body Image
Inside/Outside Self-Discovery for Teens: Strategies to Promote Resilience, Relationships, and Positive Body Image
Inside/Outside Self-Discovery for Teens: Strategies to Promote Resilience, Relationships, and Positive Body Image,
Jane Shure, co-author (with Helene Feinberg-Walker & Sarah Barrett, ToucanEd 2009).