For more resources, check out our free nutrition library in the Office of Student Wellness!
Dining Hall Food + Nutrition
Do you have questions or concerns about dining hall food (e.g. availability, choice, labeling, allergens, other)?
Disordered Eating Resources
If you are concerned you may have an eating disorder, please contact Health Services to make an appointment to speak with a provider.
- Self-assessment tool
- Support for College Students through Renfrew Center
- Recommended books:
- The Disease To Please: Curing the People-Pleasing Syndrome
- Feeling Good about the Way You Look: A Program for Overcoming Body Image Problems
- Rethinking Thin: Gina Kolata
- Nourish: How to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Self
- Life without Ed: How one woman declared indepedence from her eating disorder and how you can too
Individual Education/Counseling Services with a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist
Are you interested in learning more about individual nutrition education or counseling services? Barbara Southcote, Nutrition Coach, is a Registered-Dietitian Nutritionist and has been with the College since January 2016 as part of the Health Services team. Using an evidence based approach, she teaches students the value and skill of flexible eating. Barbara celebrates body diversity and talks about health and well-being through the lens of each student’s experiences. Her goal is for all students to feel empowered on their unique journey of greater well-being.
- Make an appointment by calling Health Services at 781-283-2810
- There is no cost to Wellesley College Students
- All visits are confidential
- Offered every Wednesday between 12-5pm
- Individual appointments are for students who are:
- Managing nutrition-related diseases/heath problems such as IBS, Diabetes, PCOS
- Refueling for optimal sport performance
- Managing weight or body image concerns
- Normalizing disordered eating behaviors