Fat Studies & Health at Every Size
Date: 9:00am - 3:30pm PST February 22 Location: York 116, Lewis & Clark Graduate School
York 116, Lewis & Clark Graduate School
This course explores the interdisciplinary field of scholarship in Fat Studies that aims to debunk weight-centric misconceptions and countering mainstream narratives.
Participants will examine fat bias, fat shame and weight-based oppression as a social justice issue that intersects with other systems of oppression.
This course includes an introduction to the paradigm of Health At Every Size (HAES), a weight-neutral approach to health promotion that emphasizes size diversity, intuitive eating, and joyful movement. HAES is also an important paradigm in working with people who experience disordered eating.
This course is part of our Eating Disorders Certificate Program.
Course Details & Registration
Date and Time: Saturdays, February 22, 29, and March 7, 2020, 9 a.m.-3p.m.
Instructor: Kelsey Domann-Scholz, MA, LPCA
Degree Applicable credit (current students and certificate candidates): This course can be taken for 1 semester hour of Degree Applicable Credit (CPED 573-02). Please contact your advisor for more information.
Graduate Continuing Education credit (current students and certificate candidates): CECP 835-02, 1 semester hour, $350. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Graduate Continuing Education Credit (single class): If you are wishing to take this course without being formally accepted into the certificate program, but still wish to earn credit, click here.
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