On January 28, 2015, the latest webinar in the “Ask the Experts” series looked at how to best support a student who may have an eating disorder. This webinar explored:
- The signs and symptoms of disordered eating;
- Promising practices that are relevant for post-secondary settings;
- Examples and advice on appropriate referrals to community-based resources such as Sheena’s Place;
- Tips to campus service providers from a student currently managing an eating disorder.
To watch this webinar go to the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health website.
Ask the Experts is a webinar series presented by the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health with support from the CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre and EENet. The next webinar in the series will examine the issue of effectively supporting post-secondary students’ mental health in residence settings.
Join us March 4th from 1-2 p.m. for a webinar that will highlight promising programs and practices that support student mental health in residence. Residence life staff and post-secondary counsellors will discuss implementing coordinated approaches (e.g., circle of care, case management, embedded counsellors, etc.) to successfully support students in residence who are facing mental health challenges, and ensure they are connected with appropriate campus and community-based services and supports.
Visit the Campus Mental Health website to register.