Resources

Treatment

The path to recovery may start with any member of the C.O.P.E. team. Research indicates that addressing  these problems from several coordinated directions is most effective and provides the accepted  standard of care. Your C.O.P.E. team member(s) will assist you in determining the best treatment for you.

The path to recovery may start with any member of the C.O.P.E. team. Research indicates that addressing these problems from several coordinated directions is most effective and provides the necessary medical standard of care. Your C.O.P.E. team member(s) will assist you in determining the best treatment for you.

On-Campus Resources
Bloomington Community Resources
Treatment Centers
Helpful Links and Books
Professional Organizations

 

On-Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
The purpose of counseling is to address the psychological and emotional aspects of body image concerns and disordered eating/exercise. CAPS offers individual and group counseling as well as psychiatric services.

Contact Information:
600 N. Jordan Avenue (4th floor of the Health Center)
812-855-5711 (ask for a COPE appointment)

Health and Wellness (Nutritional Counseling)
The goal of nutritional counseling is to provide nutritional education, diet assessment and weight control information to help you choose healthy, safe options for weight loss, weight gain or maintenance. Registered dietitians are available to help develop balanced meal plans.

Contact Information:
600 N. Jordan Avenue (3rd floor of the Health Center)
812-855-7338 (ask for a COPE appointment)

Medical Evaluation
Because disordered eating and exercise can have serious physical complications, a comprehensive medical evaluation is very important. An evaluation may include a physical examination, lab work and a depression screening.

Contact Information:
600 N. Jordan Avenue – The Health Center
812-855-7688 (ask for a COPE appointment)

Fitness evaluation and exercise program
To help establish a healthy exercise routine, the Fitness/Wellness staff at Campus Recreational Sports offers fitness assessments and regular meetings to monitor progress.

Contact Information:
812-855-8788

recsport@indiana.edu

Bloomington Community Resources

Counseling Services:

Jan Taylor-Schultz, L.C.S.W.
3925 Hagan Street, Suite #203
Bloomington, IN 47401
(812) 334-0001
http://www.jantaylorschultz.com

Katy Kopp Miller, Psy.D, H.S.P.P.
101 W. Kirkwood Ave., Suite 121
(812)614-2040
drkatykoppmiller@gmail.com

Christy Duffy, PhD., HSPP
4315 East 3rd Street
Bloomington, IN 47401
(812) 345-2570
http://www.drchristyduffy.com

Dietitians Services:

IU Health Bloomington Hospital – Nutrition Counseling
431 S. College Avenue
(812) 353-9678
Doctor’s order required for appointment
            Stacey Matavuli, M.Ed., R.D., C.D.             

Eating Disorder Treatment Centers

Sometimes students who struggle with exercise, eating or body image concerns need a higher level of care than is available on campus or in Bloomington.  In such instances, your treatment provider may encourage you to consider a treatment center or other comprehensive treatment options.  The list below is not all-inclusive, so we suggest talking personally with your provider about these and other available options as needed.

Eating Disorder Center of Denver
     (866) 771-0861
     www.edcdenver.com

Eating Recovery Center
     (877) 218-1344
     www.eatingrecoverycenter.com

Linden Oaks
     (630) 305-5027
     www.edward.org/eatingdisorders McCallum Place 

McCallum Place
(314) 968-1900
      www.mccallumplace.com

Emily Program
     (651) 645-5323
      www.emilyprogram.com

Timberline Knolls
     (877) 257-9611
     www.timberlineknolls.com
 
Renfrew Center
            (800) 736-3739
            www.renfrewcenter.com

Helpful Links and Books

  • Eating Disorders Glossary – 400 terms and concepts used in diagnosis, treatment and research on eating disorders and disturbances
  • Gurze Books- a website that contains many eating disorder books
  • 100 Questions and Answer About Eating Disorders by Carolyn Costin LMFT, MA, Med
  • Bulimia: A Guide for Family and Friends by Roberta Trattner Sherman, Ph.D. and Ron A. Thompson, Ph.D.
  • Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder by James Lock, MD and Daniel LeGrange, Ph.D.
  • Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too by Jenni Schaefer with Thom Rutledge
  • Parents Guide to Eating Disorders by Marcia Herrin, Ed.D., MPH, RD and  Nancy Matsumoto
  • Surviving an Eating Disorder by Michelle Siegel, Ph.D., Judith Brisman, Ph.D. & Margot Weinshel, MSW
  • Why She Feels Fat: Understanding Your Loved One’s Eating Disorder and How You Can Help by Johanna Marie McShane, Ph.D. and Tony Paulson, Ph.D.
  • The Body Image Survival Guide for Parents by Marci Warhaft-Nadler

Professional Organizations