HAES, which stands for Health At Every Size,  is a new and evidence-based approach which lets go of the aim of weight loss, and focuses on body and size acceptance, developing a positive relationship with food and physical activity, and growing a supportive community for people of all sizes.  HAES is a “peace movement” with food and our bodies, and while people following a HAES approach generally do not reduce weight, they overcome harmful dieting habits, develop healthier relationships with food, physical activity, and their bodies, and become holistically healthier.

Click here to download groundbreaking research by our colleague, Dr. Linda Bacon, whom Glenn recently hosted at a workshop for the Australian Psychological Society Psychology of Eating, Weight, and Body Image Interest Group.

Linda was also kind enough to have an intimate breakfast meeting with a group of Weight Management Psychology clients, the only small-group session she held for the public while in Australia in 2013.