UCSB - Student Health Services, Eating Disorder Appointments

(805) 893-3371
http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/studenthealth/HealthEducation/index.asp

Program description:
Individual appointments are available to students with specific dietary and weight management concerns.

Free to UCSB students.



UCSB - Student Health Services, Eating Disorder Appointments

(805) 893-3371
http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/studenthealth/HealthEducation/index.asp

Program description:
Private, confidential appointments may be scheduled by any student who is concerned with their own or anothers eating problems. Sessions provide assessment, education and referrals to recovery resources.

Free to UCSB students.



UCSB - Eating Disorder Support Group

(805) 893-8297 for an interview appointment
(805) 893-4046 for information
http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/studenthealth/HealthEducation/index.asp

Program description:
This group is for students who have received treatment in the past and wish to continue to explore their concerns with food and weight. An interview is required before joining the group.

Free to UCSB students.



UCSB - Peer Health Educators (PHE)
Nutrition and Eating Disorder PHE

(805) 893-2630
http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/studenthealth/HealthEducation/index.asp

Program description:
College students trained through SHS sponsored academic classes to empower other students through educational activities, to make informed decisions about their health.

Free to UCSB students.



UCSB - Eating Disorder Education Program
Student Health Services

Louise Ousley, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Eating Disorder Education Program
(805) 893-4046

Program description:
The Eating Disorder Education Program provides the opportunity to meet with an eating disorders specialist for assessment and referral. An eating disorders group is also offered. Long term counseling is not available.



UCSB - Counseling and Career Services

(805) 893-4411
http://career.ucsb.edu/counseling/%20IndividCountFrame.html

Program description:
Personal counseling is available from a highly qualified staff of counseling psychologist in the form of individual appointments and couples counseling. Free to UCSB students.



HELP-LINE

(805) 569-CALL

Program description:
Help-line operates 24 hours daily and provides telephone crisis intervention counseling, information, and referrals.



UCSB - Women's Center

(805) 893-3778
http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/women'scenter/

Program description:
The Women's Center provides a climate in which women can celebrate and cultivate their common strengths as well as recognize their rich cultural and individual differences.