Kimberly Carrière is a PhD student at McGill University in Clinical Psychology. Her research in the Health Psychology Laboratory involves examining the development and evaluation of programs grounded in eastern philosophies on weight loss. She is particularly interested in exploring the effectiveness of mindfulness and self-compassion in promoting healthy eating and exercise behaviors in obese and overweight individuals. One of her goals is to design targeted behavioral weight loss interventions using mindfulness that not only support weight loss, but facilitate its maintenance over time.

Presenting Poster: Mindfulness-based interventions for weight loss: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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