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  • Nutrition and Healthy Body Image | Vaden Health Center
    Disorders Substance Use Evaluation Psychology and Psychiatry Training Programs Predoctoral Internship Introduction Letter Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Philosophy and Goals Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Components of Training Program Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Meet the Staff FAQs Frequently Asked Questions Predoctoral Internship CAPS Application Qualifications and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/hps/nutrition-body-image (2015-06-03)
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  • Nutrition Counseling | Vaden Health Center
    Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Individual Consultations Registered Stanford students can arrange to meet with a registered dietitian to understand and explore their unique nutritional needs An appointment can address your nutrition related concerns such as healthy weight management disordered eating or eating disorders high blood cholesterol and digestive problems The goal is to help you thrive as a student help you find your healthy weight through a health centered approach to eating or answer your questions about

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/hps/nutrition-body-image/counseling (2015-06-03)
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  • Healthy Body Image Program | Vaden Health Center
    Qualifications and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Healthy Body Image

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/hps/nutrition-body-image/program (2015-06-03)
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  • Disordered Eating | Vaden Health Center
    About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Disordered Eating Concerns about diet weight and attractiveness are prevalent among Stanford students These concerns can lead to unhealthy preoccupations with body weight and eating affecting self esteem well being and vitality When preoccupations become serious they can lead to significant health problems Eating problems fall within a broad spectrum of eating related feelings attitudes and behaviors Disordered eating is more common Sometimes a person s attitude toward food weight and their body leads to restrictive eating habits and or rigid and excessive exercise both of which can jeopardize health and well being Eating disorders are less common but quite serious These are the conditions known as anorexia nervosa and bulimia which are clinical disorders that affect 3 4 percent of students with the prevalence highest among young women Struggling with eating problems can be painful and frightening The first step to overcoming an eating problem is acknowledging that you have a problem Often this can be the most difficult step An important aspect of this is realizing that your eating behaviors and distressed feelings are impacting your food choices as well as other aspects of your life The next step is to talk with professionals who are experienced in helping students who struggle with eating problems Treatment can comprise many elements including nutritional counseling education individual and or group counseling and when needed medical monitoring Proven approaches can effectively prevent reduce or stop troublesome behaviors while helping people develop new and positive ways of coping with underlying feelings If you or a friend needs additional support in making healthier choices consider the following resources Self Assessment Click here to take the screen now Care and Treatment Wellness Health Promotion Services offers nutrition counseling for assistance with nutrition weight management body image and eating problems such as disordered eating and clinical eating disorders Services include educational activities

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/special-topics/eating-disorders (2015-06-03)
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  • Resources | Vaden Health Center
    Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Resources Resource Contact information Services provided Healthy Body Image Program Healthy Eating and Body Image Consortium http bodyimage stanford edu 650 723 9696 Online eating disorder screen online programs for healthy weight regulation and body image improvement outreach and awareness events presentations training for students faculty and staff Counseling and Psychological Services CAPS https vaden stanford edu caps about us 650 723 3785 Confidential assessment and therapy Medical Services https vaden stanford edu medical care about us 650 498 2336 ext 1 Medical evaluation and treatment Vaden has an eating disorder specialty clinic that provides close medical monitoring and nutritional follow up Wellness and Health Promotion Services https vaden stanford edu hps about us 650 498 2336 ext 1 Nutrition consultation Eating Disorders Program Department of Psychiatry http eatingdisorders stanford edu 650 498 4468 Confidential assessment and psychotherapy for students under age 22 Eating Disorders Research Program http edresearch stanford edu 650 723 9182 Treatment studies for eating disorders patients often recruited for free treatment Behavioral Medicine Laboratory http bml stanford edu Research studies examining mental health promotion and prevention programs e g body image eating disorders I Thrive Health Library The I Thrive health library located on the second floor of Vaden Health Center carries books on body image healthy eating intuitive eating prevention and treatment of eating disorders and related topics to help you to thrive at Stanford Students may borrow books for two week renewable loans Online Educational Resources General Nutrition Nutrition information http www eatright org Food tracking with food groups https www supertracker usda gov default aspx Harvard School of Public Health http www hsph harvard edu nutritionsource Increasing fruit and vegetables

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/hps/nutrition-body-image/resources (2015-06-03)
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  • Relationships and Sexual Health | Vaden Health Center
    Identities Eating Disorders Substance Use Evaluation Psychology and Psychiatry Training Programs Predoctoral Internship Introduction Letter Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Philosophy and Goals Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Components of Training Program Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Meet the Staff FAQs Frequently Asked Questions Predoctoral Internship CAPS Application Qualifications and Process Predoctoral Fellowship CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Psychiatry Residency Training Wellness Health Promotion About Us Wellness and Health Promotion Services Wellness Health Promotion What is Wellness Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Wellness Health Promotion Services HPS Staff I Thrive Emotional Well Being Be Happier Stress Less Accomplish Your Goals Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Student Groups Nutrition and Healthy Body Image Nutrition Counseling Healthy Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel

    Original URL path: http://vaden.stanford.edu/hps/relationships-sex-health (2015-06-03)
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  • Healthy Relationship Programs | Vaden Health Center
    Body Image Program Eating Disorders Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationships HIV Anonymous Testing Academic Courses Workshops Presentations Resources Internships Get Involved Wellness and Health Promotion Services Peer Health Educators PHEs Internships Health Insurance About Us Health Insurance Health Insurance Overview The Importance of Health Insurance How U S Health Insurance Works Stanford University Insurance Requirements Insurance vs Campus Health Service Fee Cardinal Care Student Health Plan Cardinal Care Overview Medical Mental Health and Dental Benefits Cost and Coverage Dates Enrollment Cardinal Care Choosing Your Insurance Factors to Consider Retaining Cardinal Care All Students Waiving Cardinal Care Domestic Students Waiving Cardinal Care International Students Important Deadlines Health Insurance Coverage for Students Dependents Dependent Plan Medical Benefits Dependent Plan Cost Dependent Plan Eligibility Dependent Plan Enrollment Dependent Plan Qualifying Life Event Enrollments Dependent Plan FAQs Dental and Vision Insurance Options Pharmacy About Us Pharmacy Services General Overview Pharmacy Services Filling a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Relationships Sexual Health Healthy Relationship Programs Healthy relationships with family friends partners and loved ones can be a great source of fulfillment comfort and love Still healthy relationships don t necessarily happen by themselves The early stages of a relationship Build Build a foundation of appreciation and respect Focus on all the considerate things your partner says and does Happy couples make a point of noticing even small opportunities to say thank you to their partner rather than focusing on mistakes their partner has made Explore Explore each other s interests so that you have a long list of things to enjoy together Try new things together to expand mutual interests Establish Establish a pattern of apologizing if you make a mistake or hurt your partner s feelings Saying I m sorry may be hard in the moment but it goes a long way towards healing a rift in a relationship Your partner will trust you more if he or she knows that you will take responsibility for your own behavior As Time Passes Relationships Change Changes in life outside your relationship will impact what you want and need from the relationship Welcome change as an opportunity to strengthen the relationship Check in Periodically Occasionally check in with each other on changing expectations and goals If a couple ignores difficult topics for too long their relationship is likely to drift into rocky waters without their noticing Keep up the appreciation and gratitude It s healthy to deal with problems and a healthy balance is the key Research indicates that relationships thrive on 3 positive interactions for each difficult one When conflict arises Disagreements

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  • HIV Anonymous Testing | Vaden Health Center
    a Prescription Obtaining a Refill Payment Options Special Services Emergency Contraception Physical Therapy About Us Physical Therapy How We Treat and Provide Care Our Staff Physical Therapy MORE Physical Therapy Inc Travel About Us Travel Health Our Services Travel Health Services Eligibility and Cost Travel Health Services Scheduling an Appointment Travel Health Services Vaden s Travel Health Online Module Travel Health Services Staff Travel Health Resources You are here Home Wellness Health Promotion Relationships Sexual Health HIV Anonymous Testing HIV PACT HIV PACT HIV Peer Anonymous Counseling and Testing is an HPS affiliated student group that offers free and anonymous HIV testing counseling and education to all registered Stanford University students HIV PACT is a program of IThrive Stanford Health Promotion Services Appointments available to Stanford students are administered by highly trained students and offer you anonymous HIV testing counseling and education NOTE For confidential HIV testing see STI screening through Medical Services See also The Difference between Confidential and Anonymous HIV Testing We offer OraQuick rapid testing so you only need to schedule one appointment and you will have a result at the end of that appointment For an appointment visit hiv stanford edu Frequently Asked Questions FAQs About HIV PACT What is HIV How do the new laws about HIV test results affect HIV PACT Who does the HIV counseling and testing Can I choose either a needle free saliva test or a blood test Can I have a copy of my results Can my partner s come with me Can my Vaden medical practitioner test me Where in the neighboring community can I get tested How can I become a peer HIV counselor What is HIV HIV is a sexually transmitted infection STI The American College Health Association estimates that one in every 500 college students 0 2 percent is HIV positive What are the new laws about HIV test results Senate Bill 699 was passed in April 2006 It affects reporting of positive HIV test results to local health officials and the California Department of Health Services Since April health care providers and labs are required to report confidential positive HIV test results by patient name Because HIV PACT is an anonymous service we do not keep or report test results If you would like your results or need documentation please see your Vaden medical clinician for testing Who does the HIV counseling and testing Our HIV counselors are a paraprofessional team of highly trained graduate and undergraduate Stanford students The team is closely supervised by Vaden Health Center professional staff The counselors offer you an anonymous nonjudgmental peer to peer service You may use an assumed name and can have an appointment with a professional health education counselor at your request Can I choose either a needle free saliva test or a blood test Yes HIV PACT offers both tests There are no needles involved in the Orasure saliva test and the results are extremely accurate Can I have a copy of my results or

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