Important Notice

Chris Bachman, RDN, is currently not available due to a family emergency. We apologize for the inconvenience of her prolonged unexpected absence.

If you need to access Nurition Consultation for Disordered Eating services, please call the CSU Health Network at (970) 491-7121 and ask to be put on the list to be notified when Chris returns and is available for appointments again. In the meantime, we encourage clients with disordered eating to make or keep appointments with counseling providers. If you feel that your eating issues are becoming out of control, please call (970) 491-7121 and ask for an appointment with a medical or counseling provider.

Nutrition counseling is available through the Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center on the first floor of the CSU Health and Medical Center.  They are not part of the CSU Health Network, so their services are not covered under the health and counseling student fees and additional fees for service may apply. General nutrition guidance is available through their registered dietitians, although they do not specialize in disordered eating as Chris does.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Individual counseling is available for students experiencing concerns with disordered eating (bulimia, anorexia nervosa, binging and purging, use of laxatives or diet pills). Staffed by a registered dietician with experience in treating eating disorders, these counseling sessions can help students establish healthy dietary practices and manage their health and well-being.

By paying student fees, students may access up of five (5) individual sessions of nutrition consultation and psychological counseling through Counseling Services at no additional charge each semester. If more than five sessions are needed per semester, additional nutrition or counseling appointments are $10/session.

To schedule an appointment, call (970) 491-7121.

To learn more about other student nutrition services available on campus, visit the Nutrition and Physical Activity resource page.

To learn more about body image, login to YOU@CSU and search “Body Image.”