My Brain Has Been Hijacked!
There are many different types of eating disorders. They affect males and females of all shapes and sizes. While every person is different, most people with eating disorders (ED) say that their minds are preoccupied with weight, food, calories, dieting, and/or their body. When they are awake, it’s hard to think of anything else—and that can make school very difficult!
UC San Diego's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and UC San Diego Health's Eating Disorders Center (EDC) have teamed up to support students who are struggling to reclaim their brain from ED.