Eating disorders affect approximately 10-13%
of college age females, and about 2-3% of college-age males.
Professionals have noted kids as young as 6 years old talking negatively about their bodies and trying to diet.
How can we help our kids navigate the world with
a healthy body image?
Over the next 3 weeks I am offering a free support group/class for parents in San Luis Obispo.
We will go over what eating disorders are, warning signs, how to talk to your kid/someone with an eating disorder, what you can do to model healthy behaviors, and whatever else you want to talk about.
This will be a safe space to talk about this stigmatized mental & physical illness.
Please invite your friends! This class is open to all.
While it is aimed at parents of middle/high schoolers, it is for anyone who wants to better understand what eating disorders are and how to help a loved-one.
I am not assuming that you or anyone in your family has an ED just because you showed up - this is good information for everyone, because we all know someone with an eating disorder.
Sundays at 6 pm, March 4, 11 & 18.
(Ideally come to all, but you can drop-in to any of them)
First Presbyterian Church (church library)
981 Marsh Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Hope to see you there!
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Libby is a Registered Dietitian focusing on student eating disorder treatment and prevention. She is working on the central coast to create wellness in individuals and the community.
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