Issues of body image, eating and nutrition are critical concerns for many college students. Body Image & Eating Awareness Week occurs in the spring and typically consists of a keynote speaker, interactive programs, and informational exhibits in the Campus Center or Lecture Center concourse.
For further information about educational programs offered on body image and eating awareness, please contact Carol Stenger, M.Ed.,M.A., at 518-442-5800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We offer education, prevention, and intervention programs related to sport for the student athletes, coaches and staff of the Department of Athletics. Topics covered include, enhancing athletic performance (i.e., goal setting, relaxation training, team cohesion), athletes with psychological concerns, substance use/abuse, sexual assault, nutrition, and sport-related injuries. Interventions are offered in large groups or on a one-to-one basis. In addition, we are available for consultation with the coaches and staff about mental health issues involving student-athletes.
For further information about educational programs offered on sport psychology and performance enhancement, please contact Joyce Dewitt-Parker, Ph.D., Liaison to the Department of Athletics, at email@example.com or Joe Monserrat, Psy.D., Sport Psychologist at firstname.lastname@example.org. Drs. Dewitt-Parker and Monserrat can be reached by telephone at 518-442-5800.