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WesGUIDE: Training to Become a Peer Coach

From the ever-lovely Leada Fuller ’14:

Interested in training to become a peer coach for WesGUIDE (Wesleyan Guided Interventions for Disordered Eating)? WesGUIDE is a student-run program designed to help undergraduates regain control of their eating and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

We would love to see you at one of our information sessions:

Sunday, March 2nd, 1PM (Usdan 110)
Monday, March 3rd, 4:15PM (Usdan 110)

Email us with any questions at wesguide@gmail.com

DATE: Sunday March 2nd & Monday March 3rd
TIME: 1PM & 4:15PM, respectively
PLACE: Usdan 110

Eating Out Of Control? WesGuide Wants To Help

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Maddy Oswald ’14 writes:

WesGUIDE is a student-run program designed to help undergraduates who struggle with binge eating. A trained peer coach will work with you one-on-one to help you regain control over eating and rebuild a healthy relationship with food.

Our program is free and confidential.
To see if WesGUIDE may be right for you, take our completely anonymous and confidential 2-minute online self-screener.
 
For more information, visit the WesGUIDE webpage.