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“Food:  Friend, not Foe”

Will be the topic of a discussion panel as part of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week on Monday, Feb. 23.  Questions from the audience on eating issues of all kinds will be addressed by panel members:  Brandi Breden, Registered Dietitian; Sherry Yurchisin, parent and support group facilitator; and Betsy Pierce, therapist.  This swipeable event will be 7 p.m. in the DSU auditorium.  Bring your questions and join us for discussion and usable information!

  Betsy Pierce, M.A.

Outreach Coordinator, WKU Counseling & Testing Center

“The Invisible War"

Hello all…we are screening “The Invisible War”, a film about sexual assault in the military.  We will be having on the of the persons featured in the film with us on campus that night!  Attached is the flyer on this. If you could share with students, staff, each other, that’d be awesome! This will be our kick off events to Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities! The Invisible War Poster


Thanks so much!
In peace,


Elizabeth G. Madariaga, LPCC, NCC
Staff Counselor
Sexual Assault Services Coordinator
Western Kentucky University
Lucky adoptive mom to Lily, Daisy, Daffodil and Caesar :) ** Please spay and neuter your animals!



 "Stories of Hope from an Eating Disorder Survivor"

Come hear Elizabeth Aldrich, a volunteer with the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee, share her own story.  As part of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, this event is Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. in the DSU Auditorium. Card swipes available.









April 11, 2013 is National Alcohol Screening Day and our office will have a table set up for Alchol Screening, Outside Garrett Conf. Center Food Court from  12:30-2:30 p.m. This swipeable event is also a WellU event. For more information please contact Besty Pierce at 270-745-3159.




Having a bad day or feeling sad check out our online Mental Health Survey. For more information contact Betsy Pierce at 270-745-3159








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