Each module contains weekly goal check-ins, self-monitoring logs that track the user’s eating, exercise and sleep habits, psycho-educational reading material about a particular topic (e.g., exercise, nutritional foods, the relationship between the media and food, etc), relevant video(s) and pictures, and goal-setting exercises in which users are asked to design their exercise and fitness goals around the framework of the given module. This course is designed to be fully online and accessible from any location.
This course is intended to be self-directed and to be utilized at the user’s own pace, however we suggest completing 1 session per week.
The primary objective of this program is to educate students on healthy eating, fitness, and body image and encourage them to apply the information learned to their own lives. Our aim is to provide students with evidence-based, accessible and affordable tools that can guide them on how to maintain a healthy, happy and mindful life in the long-term.
Who can Attend?
This course is designed for anyone over the age of 18 who is interested in learning, developing and maintaining healthy eating, exercise, and sleep habits.
Barr Taylor Professor of Psychiatry, Emeritus Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford University
Denise Wilfley Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychological and Brain Sciences Washington University School of Medicine
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