Resources


 

EAT-26

Use the EAT-26 to help you determine if you need to speak to a mental health professional or a physician and get help for an eating disorder. It will take you about 2 minutes to complete. The EAT-26 is the most widely used screening measure that may be able to help you determine if you have an eating disorder that needs professional attention. The EAT-26 is not designed to make a diagnosis of an eating disorder or to take the place of a professional diagnosis or consultation.

 

 

On-Campus Resources:

 

University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS)

College can be an exciting, transformative time, but it can also bring its own challenges and concerns. Stress, anxiety and a range of emotions can be normal reactions to college life, but emotional, relational, or psychological difficulties can make it hard to be a successful student. When these types of issues occur, it is important to reach out and ask for help. Various types of support and treatment are available to you.

The Behavioral Health Team at UHCS consists of psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, clinical nurse specialists and a psychiatrist. They provide a variety of services, including scheduled and emergency assessment, short-term individual therapy, group counseling, psychopharmacology treatment, and referrals.

 

 

Off-Campus Resources:

 

Academy for Eating Disorders (AED)
A global, multidisciplinary professional organization that provides cutting-edge professional training and education, inspires new developments in eating disorders research, prevention, and clinical treatments, and is the international source for state-of-the-art information in the field of eating disorders.

 

National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)

A non-profit organization that provides details of support programs and volunteer opportunities.

 

National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)
A national non-profit that provides information, referrals, support, prevention, conferences, and newsletters.

 

Guide: Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students

Information and resources for college students concerned about any mental health topic.

 

Multi-service Eating Disorder Association (MEDA)
Non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders.

 

The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness (The Alliance)
A source of community outreach and eating disorder education, awareness, and prevention.

 

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