MORE INFORMATION FOR SPORTING ORGANISATIONS

We know you want to do the best for athletes, yet sometimes it's hard to do the specific work, and do it really well.


At Body Confident Collective we want to be able to support your Sporting Organisation to celebrate and support body confident juniors to Olympic athletes. 

We want to help you shape the future of your sporting organisation for the better.

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SERVICES

We have what you need to have a positive body image impact in your sporting organisation

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WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW

We have summarised the key things for sporting organisations and club members to do now! This summary comes from our Body Confident Sport Guidelines and can be downloaded here.

CONSULTATION

More and more athletes are feeling empowered to come forward with their own stories and lived experiences in sport. We want these athletes to be heard and we want sporting culture to change and evolve to support athletes and their body image for the better.

Body Confident Collective can provide specialised consulting for all organisational needs to shape positive body image for the future generations of athletes.

Get in contact and we can arrange a meeting to determine future directions.

COURSES, WORKSHOPS AND WEBINARS

We gather the best evidence relating to body image and translate it into easy to understand and implement training for specific sporting groups. Our Body Confident Collective Coach Training is a great example of a self-paced and online training course that we have developed to shape sporting cultures for the better.


We have the capacity and the passion to develop specific body image training courses, workshops or webinars for your sporting organisations needs.

GUIDELINE AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Start here with our FREE Body Confident Sport Guidelines. We understand that each and every sport has their own unique body image needs and support. We would love for you to take up and implement our Body Confident Sport Guidelines. 

Further to this we are able to develop your own sport specific version, provide consultation about how to best implement the guidelines, or provide resources and workshops that cater for your sporting community to best hear and take on these important messages.

 

LET'S STAY IN TOUCH

Pop your email in the box to the right if you are interested in all things relating to sports and body image.

We would love to send you occasional emails with programs, resources and opportunities of interest to you. 

 

MEET THE BODY CONFIDENT SPORT TEAM

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DR GEORGIE BUCKLEY

Body Confident Sport Lead

Georgie's PhD explored the experiences of disordered eating in current and former athletes, and she developed a tool to help identify disordered eating and body image concern.


Georgie is also an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, specialising in disordered eating in athletes and eating disorders.


Georgie comes to Body Confident Collective after working in a range of sports settings. She has worked at Boston Childrens Hospital, Harvard Medical School, The Victorian Institute of Sport, Essendon Football Club and has consulted broadly at a range of sporting clubs and organisations. Her research background has led her to present at academic and clinical conferences all around the world.


Georgie brings this wealth of knowledge and experience to her work at BCC where she has developed the Body Confident Sport Guidelines, combining the best evidence with her knowledge of athlete-centred lived experience to provide practical recommendations for athletes, coaches, parents, organisations, and sports media.

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DR ZALI YAGER

Executive Director

Zali has a health and physical education background, and more than 15 years of experience in body image research focused around figuring our 'what works' to help people improve their body image. 

Zali has worked on major projects including Goodform, a WADA-funded supplement prevention program for boys, and the VU girls sport uniform preferences study.