The Body Project
What is the Body Project?
The Body Project is a group-based intervention program that provides a forum for women to confront unrealistic beauty ideals. It engages them in the development of healthy body image through verbal, written, and behavioral exercises.
The Body Project has been shown to reduce negative body image in young women. It is run in small groups of women led by trained UNH Peer Educators. The time commitment for participating in the Body Project is (2) two-hour sessions.
If you would like to register to participate, please complete the “Body Project Registration Form.”
Before Starting the Body Project: Screening Process
Once you register for The Body Project, you will be sent via email a screening questionnaire (EAT-26) you must complete before the start of the group. Your questionnaire will only be viewed by the facilitators of the group. Using your results from the EAT-26, the facilitators may ask that they meet with you before the group begins to make sure the group is appropriate for your needs.
If you have any questions about this process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.