What Is Love? Acts of Resilience in A Body Society Tries to Erase
Join us for an engaging and interactive discussion on the history of body liberation movements throughout various communities. We will explore ways in which to build resiliency and behave with love toward your body, even if/when you don’t like your body. The presentation will also explore body positivity, how it fits- and doesn’t fit- within eating disorder recovery. Less...
- Discuss body liberation movements within different communities.
- Explain what is meant by body positivity and how it fits, and when it does not fit, with respect to eating disorder recovery.
- List at least two strategies to empower clients to build love and resilience within their bodies.
Friday, November 05, 2021
10:00 AM CDT - 12:00 PM CDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Rachel Porter, PsyD
CE Information - Earn 2 CE Credit Hours
American Psychological Association
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