What is Health at Every Size? See our pledge.
Respecting Yourself and Others.
- Celebrate body diversity;
- Honors differences in size, age, race, ethnicity, gender, dis/ability, sexual orientation, religion, class, and other human attributes.
Having Critical Awareness.
- Challenges Scientific and Cultural Assumptions
- Values Body Knowledge and Lived Experiences
Practicing Compassionate Self-Care.
- Finding the joy in moving one’s body and being physically active
- Eating in a flexible and attuned matter that values pleasure and honors internal cues of hunger, satiety, and appetite.
HAES Aligned Partners
TrueBeing Rd: Emily Marshall
Emily Marshall is a non-diet, weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian. She helps reframe people’s mindset around food and health so they can live a life free of dieting!
Check out Dana’s and Emily’s Video Workshop! “It’s just a cookie!”
Or Visit Emily’s Youtube Page —>
Bridgepoint Psychology Center is a team of psychologists in Chicago devoted to creating a collaborative and compassionate space where children, families, and adults can experience healing, growth, enhanced coping, and renewed satisfaction and joy in life. They work with people ages 3+ from all backgrounds to navigate life transitions and stressors, process past experiences, clarify what is important to you today, and create a path toward what you want your future to look like.
Specializing in eating disorder treatment and maternal mental health, Birch Tree provides outpatient therapy, assessment, and consultation to adults, youth, & families in Chicago and the Northwest Chicago Suburbs. Within an intersectional feminist, Health at Every Size (HAES) framework, they use research-informed treatment approaches such as Intuitive Eating, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectal-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Play Therapy, and Family Therapies.