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Resources for Athletic Directors, Coaches, & Trainers
The UC San Diego Eating Disorders Center has several resources for athletic directors, coaches, and trainers wishing to help prevent, identify, and help their athletes through eating disorders. Please fill out this form to help us connect you with the resources most relevant to you.
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Coach & Athletic Trainer Toolkit
This free 60-page resource includes: eating disorder warning signs in athletes, the physiological impact of eating disorders on athletic performance, the Female Athlete Triad, the role of the coach in early intervention, how to positively intervene, personal stories from coaches and athletes, and much more! For an electronic copy of this resource, visit
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UC San Diego Eating Disorders Center is a non-profit, university-based Center of Excellence that seeks to help people struggling with eating disorders through our research, treatment, and community outreach programs. In service of our mission, we offer a number of complementary services including:
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Expert Speakers: Our physicians, therapists, dieticians, and researchers are available to talk to coaches, teams, and parents.
Consultation: Many coaches and athletic directors tell us that they struggle with how to approach parents when they are concerned an athlete may have disordered eating. We are available to consult with you and/or directly with the parents to offer our expertise and guidance for next steps.
Assessments: We offer free, in-person, 90-minute asssessments with our master’s level therapists. The assessment results are used to help athletes and their families determine the next steps.
Referrals: Looking for a physician, therapist, or dietician specializing in athletes and eating disorders? Contact us for a list of referrals based on where the family lives and their insurance plan.
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