University Counseling Services:
Offering short-term individual and group counseling for many types
of concerns, including eating issues and eating disorders. Also make
referrals to outside agencies when appropriate. Available free of charge
to all full time Boston College students.
Gasson Hall 108: 552-3310
Campion Hall 301: 552-4210
Fulton Hall 254: 552-3927
University Health Services:
Offering medical evaluation and over-sight of eating disorders by health
care professionals (physicians and nurse-practitioners), medical testing
as indicated, and nutritional counseling. Cushing Hall 119: 552-3225
For after-hours access to health related issues or for an on-call psychologist
(24 hours a day): 552-3227
Sheila Tucker, MA, RD:
Nutritionist, Dining Service
Part Time Faculty, SON & LSOE
Offering individual counseling on general nutrition, disordered eating,
fueling your body for sports & fitness, vegetarian nutrition and
McElroy Commons 302:
Available for appointments Tuesdays & Thursdays,
Donna Bennett, Sports Medicine:
Offering support for BC athletes with eating issues.
The Women's Resource Center:
Offering pamphlets, resources, books, and general information about
eating issues, eating disorders, body image and self-esteem.The WRC
also offers a confidential support group in a safe,relaxed environment.
All women who have personal experience with eating issues are welcome.
This group meets Mondays at 7:30 PM in the WRC. If these times don't
work for you, please call or email the WRC.
213 McElroy Commons
Peer Education Network:
Provides peer-led educational programs for RAs and other campus organizations
on eating disorders, and many other social issues. Also offers books,
pamphlets and resources for both men and women on eating disorders,
body image and self esteem. Can provide referrals for professional assistance.
Contact: HEAL Coordinator
112 McElroy Commons