Helping children foster a positive relationship with food may feel overwhelming. From the content on social media, to the teasing that can occur from peers, there are many messages that tell us our bodies are not good enough and that our self-worth depends on our looks. Body dissatisfaction is common and attempts to self-treat it may show up in one’s relationship with food. As caregivers and perhaps educators, many of you are wondering how you can help children develop a positive relationship with food without over-emphasizing weight or dietary habits.
This presentation will look at the following:
1. What does having a healthy relationship with food look like?
2. What are warning signs for disordered eating?
3. What can families do to promote a healthy relationship with food?
4. Resource sharing & supports
Date & Time
December 5, 2023 6:00 PM- 7:30 PM
For more information and to register, go here.