Dr. Seth Grobman is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been practicing in South Florida for over twenty years. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Rochester where he graduated cum laude with honors in psychology. He obtained his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University with a pre-doctoral certificate in psychoanalytic psychology. Dr. Grobman then worked ten years on staff at the Renfrew Center, the nation’s first residential treatment center dedicated to the treatment of women with eating disorders. There, he conducted evaluations and provided treatment to hundreds of young women from across the country. He has provided extensive supervision on the evaluation, treatment and management of eating disorders to practicum students, interns and postdoctoral residents. In his private practice, Dr. Grobman regularly provides psychotherapy to individuals with bulimia, anorexia and binge eating disorders. He works closely with family members to assist them in navigating this most challenging of mental illnesses. He regularly consults with other healthcare professionals (pediatricians, gastroenterologists, psychiatrists, nutritionists, exercise physiologists) in order to provide his patients a multidisciplinary approach.