Full of Ourselves: A Wellness Program to Advance Girl Power, Health, And Leadership

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Full of Ourselves outlines a wellness education program developed at Harvard Medical School. The program is aimed at promoting positive body image and reducing risk of disordered eating in preadolescent and early adolescent girls. The book is organised around eight core 50-60 minute units: Full of Ourselves, Claiming Our Strengths, Body Politics, Standing Our Ground, Countering the Media Culture, Nourishing Our Bodies, Feeding Our Many Appetites, and the Power of Healthy Relationships. The book contains activities and handouts, and guides for adult and girl leaders.

AuthorSteiner-Adair, C & Sjostrom, L
JournalJournal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour
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Year2005

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