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Body Justice for 
Professionals Workshop

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This workshop explores the psychosocial aspects of weight and body shape, worth and health, social justice and body liberation.

Social workers completing this course receive 3 Category I continuing education credits. In order to receive CEs and certificates, attendees must attend the full workshop and complete a course evaluation. CE certificates will be emailed upon receipt of course evaluation.
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I very much enjoy providing training and consultation to individual therapists, private practices, healing professionals, clinics, any person or group hoping to increase the ability to treat and/or operate from an anti-diet, body liberation approach.

If you are interested in doing less harm in a thin-obsessed world, please reach out. 

Thin idealism, fat phobia, size bias and weight stigma are incredibly corrosive and insidious in our society, leading to eating disorders, body hatred, food addiction, exercise compulsion, body obsession, self loathing and countless other issues. 

Fat phobia IS a social justice issue. The flagrant discrimination of large bodies is harmful to humans of all sizes.

Often when corporations, associations and organizations make efforts to improve their diversity and inclusion, fat phobia, diet culture, and sizeism are overlooked. This tolerance of oppression and exclusion erodes the integrity of an organization.

The marginalization and oppression of humans based on body shape, as a result of a century of lies told by the diet industry and the medicalization of fatness, is mostly tolerated by the culture at large. In classrooms, workplaces, and constantly in medical settings, people are judged and treated poorly should they happen to live in a large body. 

As a professor and presenter on this topic, I clearly outline how fat phobia and sizeism within an organization destroys any efforts at diversity and inclusion. In my workshops, we discuss the epidemiology, anthropology, economics, sociology and history of weight-related stigma. Participants are encouraged to investigate their own internalized fat phobia and how it affects them and the people they love. Interactively, we discuss how the marginalization of big bodies, the medicalization of obesity, the illusion of good bodies/bad bodies, and the diet industry harm everyone, of all sizes, plus how these intersect with other forms of oppression like misogyny and racism. Participants are exposed to the Health At Every Size, fat acceptance, and body liberation movements, and given clear instructions on how to heal oneself from perhaps life long struggles with food and body hatred. By the end, I outline how individually and collectively we can eradicate thin idealism and sizeism, such that all people of all sizes can feel safe, valued, and included.

Corporate trainings are currently offered in person or virtual.

I offer both full day or half-day trainings. Though I am very serious about the abolishing fat phobia in the workplace, my trainings are fun, funny, light-hearted, interactive, & engaging. 

Please contact me if you are interested in having me speak to your next gathering.

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