Would you like to help advance research on body image healing? I’m co-investigator of a new study with Dr. Jennifer Webb Director of the Integrative Positive Psychology Research Lab in Mindfulness, Body Acceptance, Culture & Health (MIND-BATCH) at UNC Charlotte. We’re looking for Body Kindness readers living in the U.S. to participate in a survey.
If you’re a woman who is either currently pregnant OR with at least one child under 5 and you are reading or have recently read Body Kindness, we would love to hear from you. Please help us spread the word about research study by sharing the link with anyone you know who may qualify.
Those who complete the survey will be eligible to receive access to an exclusive web-based Body Kindness training with downloadable resources for pregnant and postpartum women developed by me.
And if you haven’t yet read Body Kindness, there are a limited number of free e-book copies available, at www.BodyKindnessBook.com/research. If you have any questions please email me Rebecca@BodyKindnessBook.com
Dr. Jennifer Webb studies body image in women as part of her research at UNC Charlotte. Webb’s lab is currently investigating body image in pregnant and postpartum women with my book Body Kindness. Get insights from Dr. Webb’s current and recent work on Self-compassion and Body Image Healing in this episode. We’re looking for female Body Kindness readers living in the U.S. who are either pregnant OR who have at least one child 5 years or younger. Visit www.BodyKindnessBook.com/research to learn more and find out how you can get a free e-book and web-based resources.
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About the Lab
The Integrative Positive Psychology Research Lab in Mindfulness, Body Acceptance, Culture & Health (MIND-BATCH) at UNC Charlotte studies socio-cultural risk and protective factors (e.g., positive body image, ethnic identity, marginalization stress, weight stigma) that may contribute to and/or mitigate ethnic minority and gender disparities in cardiometabolic health in women with a particular emphasis on the developmental transitions of college, pregnancy, and the postpartum period. The lab also has a strong interest in researching the application of integrative mind-body approaches (including the practices of yoga, mindful and intuitive eating, and self-compassion) and Health at Every Size® principles towards optimizing a more holistic experience of health and well-being in culturally-diverse groups.
About Dr. Webb
Jennifer Webb, PhD is an Associate Professor, a clinical health psychologist, and the Director of the MIND-BATCH lab at UNC Charlotte. She received her bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience from Harvard University, Master’s in Psychology from the University of Southern California, and PhD in Psychology also from the University of Southern California. She regularly teaches coursework in positive psychology, clinical psychology, health psychology, and sport and exercise psychology at the undergraduate level. The focus of her doctoral-level instruction centers on introducing graduate students in the Health Psychology Ph.D. program’s clinical track to explore and consider the personal and professional benefits of evidence-based third-wave behavior therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion-focused Therapy.
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