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Language: English | Size: 7.63 GB | Duration: 5h 48m
Dear, Body: A Homecoming
What you’ll learn
Challenge & revise diet culture’s messages about how you should look, what you should weigh, and how you should view food to be aligned with your values
Understand & reset your relationship with food & your body utilizing research-based practices including self-compassion, inner awareness, and mindfulness
Cultivate your deep internal intelligence and wisdom about your needs and appetites
Design your 4-A Body Image Resilience Blueprint (awareness, acceptance, appreciation, & advocacy)
Engage in powerful reflection and meditation exercises to deepen your emotional intelligence
No experience necessary!
A deep curiosity and love of learning is recommended.
You are welcome to show up with any and all emotions, even doubt!
A workbook will be provided!
This course is for everyone who has been lost in the mired, thorny, life-robbing world of perpetual dieting and the beliefs that you need to change how you look to fit in.Even if you have not chosen to diet but you have put your life on hold in many ways because you have attached yourself to an image ideal that is your measure of success, then this journey is also for you.We live in a society where we are constantly bombarded by messages about how we should look, what we should weigh, what we should or should not eat, what we should or should not wear, how we should or should not exercise. Is it a surprise that we may be living in accordance with other people’s rules, adopting other people’s goals, and measuring our worth by other people’s metrics? It’s time to advocate for ourselves differently, compassionately, and fiercely.In this course we will work together to understand how we have internalized so many beliefs about our bodies and food, and how those beliefs affect us on a daily basis. If you are used to avoiding certain people or activities in your life and want a more flexible, free, functional relationship with yourself, your body, and food, you’ve come to the right place. The course is divided into four sections, each focusing on an important aspect of body image resilience. In each section, you will learn specific practices and strategies for developing a relationship with your body and food that is respectful, gentle, compassionate, and gritty so you can start living in alignment with YOUR rules versus those that so many of us have unconsciously adopted. Get ready to come home to yourself, develop confidence in who you are, and begin living a life that feels free, grounded, and intentional!
Section 1: Welcome & Introduction
Lecture 1 Why Body Image Resilience: A Personal Story
Section 2: Food & Body Awareness
Lecture 2 What is Awareness in the Context of Diet Culture?
Lecture 3 Priming Yourself for Awareness: Curiosity, Exploration, & Self-Compassion
Lecture 4 What is Self-Compassion & What Does Research Say About It?
Lecture 5 1st Element of Self-Compassion: Kindness
Lecture 6 2nd Element of Self-Compassion: Common Humanity
Lecture 7 3rd Element of Self-Compassion: Mindfulness
Lecture 8 Putting it All Together: The Self-Compassion Break
Lecture 9 Powerful Reflection Questions: Let’s Practice Using Self-Compassion
Section 3: Food & Body Acceptance
Lecture 10 Defining Acceptance by What It Is NOT!
Lecture 11 What IS Acceptance then?
Lecture 12 What Acceptance Looks Like
Lecture 13 What Else Does Acceptance Look Like?
Lecture 14 Even More About What Acceptance Looks Like!
Lecture 15 3 Levels of Self-Acceptance
Lecture 16 Self-Acceptance Practice
Section 4: Food & Body Appreciation
Lecture 17 What is Appreciation?
Lecture 18 Appreciation and Food/Body Censorship
Lecture 19 Appreciation & Permission to Eat
Lecture 20 Appreciation & Binging and Mental or Physical Restriction
Lecture 21 Appreciation of Our Body’s Wisdom: Hunger Cues and Body Language
Lecture 22 Appreciation for Context & Flexibility
Lecture 23 Appreciation for our Psychological Needs: Autonomy
Lecture 24 Appreciation for our Psychological Needs: Competence
Lecture 25 Appreciation for our Psychological Needs: Relatedness
Lecture 26 Threatened Psychological Needs’ Impact on Eating
Lecture 27 Your Appreciation Toolbox & Summary
Section 5: Food & Body Advocacy
Lecture 28 Let’s Review Your Body Image Resilience Blueprint & Prime the Pump for Advocacy
Lecture 29 What Does it Look Like to Be An Advocate for Your Food & Body Relationships?
Lecture 30 A Client Story: The 4-A Body Image Resilience Process
Lecture 31 Barriers to Food and Body Advocacy
Lecture 32 Advocate for a Different Relationship with Your Body…Even if You Don’t Like It
Lecture 33 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 1
Lecture 34 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 2
Lecture 35 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 3
Lecture 36 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 4
Lecture 37 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 5
Lecture 38 How to Be A Warrior: Practice 6
Lecture 39 You Don’t Have to Be an Expert: Practicing Competence & Learning Review
You feel out of control or exhausted from chronic dieting and the beliefs that you need to change yourself to fit in.,Even if you have not chosen to diet, you put your life on hold in many ways because you have attached yourself to an image ideal that is your measure of success.,You want to learn how to have a more functional and flexible relationship with food and your body.,You speak very unkindly to yourself and want to change your self-talk.,If you have taken other courses with Dr. Kori, you will find this one remarkably helpful to you as well.