SCU Nutrition Services at the Cowell Center Student Health Services' registered dietitian promotes wellness through healthy eating and positive lifestyle changes. Together, you can develop a personalized plan so that you can meet and exceed your health and fitness goals.
SCU Food Insecurity Program Students have the opportunity to gain access to the Bronco Pantry and donated gift cards to local stores, and are offered individual consultation sessions to gain access to additional community resources.
A weekly confidential therapy group where students can feel safe and welcomed as they explore their relationship with your body and move towards more freedom. Using a social justice lens, we strive to liberate ourselves from the systemic issues that surround us and acknowledge that we cannot fix these all on our own. Students will learn how to reconnect with their innate body wisdom so they can have a relationship with their body guided by self-compassion, intentionality, and humor. This group is open to members of all identities and all body shapes. Students can contact Dr. Estrella Ramirez at email@example.com for more information.
Eating disorder treatment can happen in a variety of settings: group therapy, individual therapy, outpatient hospital care, partial hospitalization, residential treatment care, or inpatient hospital care. The EDRC has a city-based list of eating disorder treatment centers in the Bay Area.
For anyone (not just a parent) who wants to understand more about how to support a family member or friend affected by an eating disorder. You will find answers to your insurance questions; signs, symptoms, and medical consequences; information about treatment and levels of care; and questions to ask when choosing a treatment provider.