Currently enrolled students are welcome to attend any of the sessions listed below. Our group sessions are designed for students who are questioning if they may have an eating disorder and for students who are at all stages of recovery with an eating disorder. If you struggle with any of the following - body image concerns, restricting food intake, over exercise, ritualized eating behaviors, constant worry about what you are eating, purging behaviors, or binge eating - we are here to help and support you. Each session will be focused on a particular topic as noted below and will allow time for members to check in, interact and support one another through their individual journey.
Thursdays 9 to 10 a.m. – University Center Sagamore Room
Fridays 1 to 2 p.m. – Dempster Hall Room 102
Please join us! For more information please contact Mary Ann Farmer, Counselor – email@example.com 573-986-6191 Counseling & Disability Services.
Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
Student Recreation Center - South
Come and explore a variety of mindfulness techniques designed to reduce stress and increase wellness:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Call the University Police Department at 651-2911 for emergency situations after hours, on weekends, or during session breaks. The University Police Department will contact the University's Crisis Response Team.