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Kimberly Carrière
Doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at McGill University

Kimberly is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at McGill University. Her research explores the efficacy of mindfulness-based programs on individuals with overweight and obesity. She is particularly interested in better understanding the independent role that mindfulness plays in reducing obesity-related eating behaviors. By better understanding the underlining mechanisms of mindfulness that support successful eating regulation, it is her goal to develop weight management programs that not only support weight loss but facilitate its maintenance over time. Her research involves bridging the gap between research and the community to increase the reach and impact of mindfulness-based programs on obesity-related outcomes.

www.mcgill.ca/healthpsychologylab/research-team

Presenting a poster entitled: A Brief Mindful Eating Program for Weight Loss

 

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