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Body Image and Behaviour Consultants

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19th December 2013 Nikki featured on BBC Breakfast interview - Could tackling body image be the way to win the war on weight.

8th August 2013 Chris and Nikki featured in the first episode of “The Men Who Made Us Thin”

March/April 2013

Featured in The Teacher Magazine

Our book, ‘Body Image in the Primary School’
was reviewed in the National Union of Teachers
bi-monthly magazine The Teacher.  The review
can be found on page 36.

25th July 2012 “What do I want to be when I grown up? SKINNY”

6th December 2011 “Parents creating ‘I want it now’ generation because they don’t know how to say ‘no’ to Children’s Christmas present demands”

7th March 2011 “Tackle poor body image at primary school, urge experts as eight-year-olds battle anorexia”

Friday 6th July 2012
Chris Calland, from Not Just Behaviour discusses the impact of body image on young children, and the important role educators have to play in this growing issue.

Monday 7th May 2012 “Children start dieting as young as 10”

Thursday 19th April 2012

First ever body confidence awards

The award winners of the first ever Body Confidence Awards presented in association with bareMinerals were announced this evening at the Houses of Parliament.

The event was an electric celebration of the winners’ inspirational and deserving efforts to promote body confidence, diversity and the acceptance of broader beauty ideals.

All who were there agreed it was a game changing event. By turning the spotlight on those clever enough to weave conscious thought into the business of making money by considering self-esteem, the organisers aimed to shine a light on the way forward.

Minister for Equality Lynne Featherstone said:

“The government has set up a national body confidence campaign and is working closely with the media and other industries to reverse this trend and promote more honest and diverse depictions of men and women.

“The All Party Parliamentary Group is carrying out some great complementary work in this field. These awards demonstrate real support across industry to tackle the issue head on.”

Not Just Behaviour were the winners of the Education award here is what the judges said:

‘Body Image in the Primary School’ – for their realising there was nothing for teachers to use in the classroom to confront body image issues and writing an invaluable book for schools to deliver high quality lessons

30th March 2011 “The body-image agony of primary school children”

“Too great an Expectation”
This article tackles the self esteem issues that children face in today's media fuelled environment, and offers help to teachers and parents on how to have a positive influence, and to encourage individuality.


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