RESOURCES

TRACKING TOOL

Please fill out this survey after running a Body Project workshop or training.

DISCUSSION BOARD

This discussion board is a safe and supportive forum to ask questions, connect with other facilitators in your area, and share relevant articles and resources.

RESOURCES FOR TRAINERS

• Home Exercises: Pre-Training
Body Project Trainer Guide
Sign-in Sheet

Training Agenda:
- Small group (Up to 8 trainees)
- Medium group (8 – 10 trainees)
- Large group (11 – 12 trainees)

• Training Evaluation: Online Form or PDF

EVALUATION & REPORTING

Participant Program Evaluation: Online form or PDF
Facilitator Program Evaluation: Online form or PDF

ABOUT

The Body Project

Backed by two decades of research and evaluation data, the Body Project is a body acceptance and eating disorders prevention program for high school and college-aged girls. The conceptual basis for the Body Project is that if girls and young women voluntarily argue against the societal appearance-ideal, this will result in a reduced subscription to this ideal and to consequent decreases in eating disorder risk factors and eating disordered behaviors.

National Eating Disorders Association

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures, and access to quality care. As the leading not-for-profit organization in the United States advocating on behalf of and supporting those affected by eating disorders, NEDA’s lifesaving programs reach millions every year.

Contact Information

  •   (212) 575 - 6200
  •   1500 Broadway
    Suite 1101
    New York, NY 10036
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Trainings
338
Facilitators
38
Trainers
32
States

TESTIMONIALS

“The NEDA Body Project training has allowed me to feel confident in combating negative body massages in the media and helped me learn how I can spread this message among my friends and in learning groups”

- PROGRAM FACILITATOR

"I feel like I now have the tools to call people out when they use negative body talk. I also feel like it's helped the way I engage with other people. I used to have internalized prejudices about certain body types but now I really value the idea that everyone is beautiful in their own way."

- High School Participant

“[The most effective part of this program was] the opportunity to have their voices heard and to have a community of friends to hold the space to support their thoughts on body image and their struggles.”

- PROGRAM FACILITATOR