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treatment by a qualified mental health professional. If you have, or suspect you have a health problem, you should contact a
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| In Crisis -- SMU Only |
For SMU faculty, students, and staff only:
Please use the following emergency numbers if you need help:
After Hours: 214-768-2860
|SMU On-Campus Resources|
SMU Eating Concerns Group
Contact Karen Settle, 214-768-2211 or Rebecca Bailey, 214-768-2860
SMU Counseling and Testing
Cathey Soutter, PhD
Coordinator, Psychological Services for Women
|Off Campus Resources|
(Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders)
Meets at Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, Mondays, 7:30pm at the Community Healing
Contact Lisa at -214-369-6484 for more info
888 S. Greenville, Suite 127
Richardson, TX 75081
Call office for meeting times and locations
603 Stewart Street, Suite 803
Seattle, WA 98101
SMARTBodies is now offering 30 to 60 minute presentations for the campus and community.
Facilitated by a team of SMU Peer Educators, the presentations promote a more accepting attitude
of body shape and size, increase awareness of causes, risk factors and symptoms of eating
disorders, provide information on how to help a friend who is overly concerned about weight and
appearance, and provide referrals for professional help. Peer educators are available to come to
your class or organization at your convenience. Presenations can be tailored to your group.
For more information about SMARTBodies, or to contact someone at SMU, please feel free
to use the form.