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Inside Higher Ed

Anatomy of Care for Students With Eating Disorders

This article from Inside Higher Ed highlights Texas Christian University (TCU) for their creative health services options - a model of bringing outside community providers to spaces on campus to fill much needed gaps in mental health services. In the article, TCU shares the news that they are partnering with Eating Recovery Center to provide intensive outpatient programming for eating disorders on campus.
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Fortune Well

‘They’re not even being screened:’ doctor warns about the danger of overlooking eating disorders for people of color

Dr. Toya Roberson-Moore is featured in this Fortune article, which provides an important conversation about the disparities BIPOC individuals face in detection and treatment of eating disorders. Dr. Roberson-Moore lends her expertise and voice to share important statistics and insight to help debunk stereotypes around eating disorders.
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KXAN Austin

Doctor warns social media can have lasting consequences for teen girls

In this piece, Dr. Allison Chase talks with KXAN Austin about a recent CDC study which shows teen girls are experiencing record high levels of sadness. Dr. Chase discusses how social media affects mental health and offers parents tips for monitoring social media use.
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CBS2 Chicago

Eating disorder awareness

Dr. Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher was live on-air with CBS2 Chicago for Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
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WJLA / ABC 7 Washington DC

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Dr. Lisa Tuchman was a featured expert on WJLA / ABC 7 Washington DC to discuss Eating Disorders Awareness Week. In the interview, Dr. Tuchman talks about the importance of raising awareness and breaking the stigma associated with eating disorders.
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UTSA Today

UTSA recognizes Eating Disorder Awareness Week, shares wellbeing programs

The University of Texas at San Antonio's news office recently shared information and resources with their campus community in recognition of Eating Disorders Awareness Week. The article lists ERC's support groups facilitated by ERC San Antonio first in its wellness programming round-up.

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