Disordered Eating/Eating Disorders

How do you see food? Is it a friend? An enemy? A stress relief? Energy?

Food is fuel that helps the body stay healthy and allows you to participate in the activities you love. A healthy relationship with food honors the body’s need for good nutrition.
Improving your relationship with food and your body will allow you to…

  • Eat foods you enjoy without feeling guilt.
  • Spend less time thinking about food, weight, and body shape.
  • Not classify foods as good or bad.
  • Honor hunger and fullness

From emotional eating to eating disorders, Student Health Services can provide care to students struggling with their eating habits, relationship with food, and the underlying issues. Our Eating Disorder Consultation Team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, dietitians, and medical doctors. Your treatment and treatment team may be tailored to your needs and appropriate referrals will be made when necessary.

If you are struggling with your relationship with food or want to continue your path in recovery as you achieve your academic goals, we can help. For more information, please schedule an appointment with a registered dietitian and/or a counselor by calling 803-777-3175 or visiting  MyHealthSpace.

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