Eating Concerns

Click here for local eating disorder treatment resources.

Click here for links on Mindful Eating. Check out this website created for college students to learn more out mental health issues including eating disorders. This page has video clips of people telling their own stories of eating disorders and recovery.

Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders. Terrific, award-winning comprehensive website on eating disorders (bulimia, anorexia, compulsive overeating), including recovery support online.

Coping Alternatives. When you’re stressed, try this instead of food, binging, or restrictng your calories.

Helping a Loved One With an Eating Disorder.

 
College Students and Eating Disorders. Description of why college students are vulnerable to the development of eating disorders. Part of the “Mirror-Mirror” website on eating disorders.

Online Screening Test for Symptoms of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Compulsive Overeating. Confidential screening questionnaire to help you decide if you need to see a mental health professional for diagnosis and treatment of an eating disorder.

Emotional Eating – A Weigh Out.¬†Where do you fall on the continuum — do you have healthy eating patterns, an energy imbalance, emotional eating, or a binge eating disorder? If you struggle with dieting and overeating, or if you feel your eating behaviors are out of control, this site will help you understand what you need to do to end the cycle. Developed by a treatment center in Cincinnatti.

Disordered Eating. Eating disorder facts, how eating disorders develop, physiological consequences of eating disorders, what you can do instead of binging or purging. Useful site from the counseling center at Sam Houston State Unversity.

Why Weight? A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating. Connects you to the online bookstore that sells this wonderful book by Geneen Roth. One customer who read it describes it as follows: Geneen Roth has a deceptively simple idea to offer her readers. She’s not advocating some ridiculous fad or some new diet plan. Instead, Geneen’s idea is that through years of cycling through diet and deprivation followed by bingeing, we have lost touch with our innate sense of when we are hungry or full. It is only by learning how to listen to our bodies that we can finally get out of the madness of compulsive eating and regain peace and control in our lives.