Overcoming Your Eating Disorder, Workbook: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder / Edition 2 available in Paperback
Based on the principles of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, the program described in this newly revised and updated workbook will teach you the skills you need to overcome your eating disorder and establish healthy habits. Through daily self-monitoring, you will learn to regularize you eating and expand the variety of foods that you consume. This will help you maintain a healthy weight and will reduce your desire to binge and purge. You will also learn techniques for solving problems, challenging your negative thoughts, and addressing your concerns about weight and shape. Use the workbook to share information with friends and loved ones so they can support and encourage you throughout the treatment process.
When used in conjunction with visits to a qualified mental health professional, this workbook will help you realize the triggers for your disordered eating habits. Once you are able to identify them, you can eliminate them. At the end of treatment, we fully expect that you will have reduced the number of your binge eating and purging episodes, improved your body image, and gained a sense of mastery and control over your eating.
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About the Author
Robin F. Apple is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford School of Medicine.
Table of Contents1. An Assessment of Your Eating Problems: Is it Time to Begin Treatment?
2. What Can You Expect from the Program?
3. Learning More about Your Pattern of Eating
4. Understanding the Binge Eating Cycle
5. Medical Consequences of Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder
6. Measuring Your Progress: Refining or Revising Your Strategy
7. Feared and Problem Foods
8. Understanding Binge Triggers
9. Weight and Shape Concerns
10. Solving Problems
11. Challenging Problem Thoughts
12. Understanding More about Interpersonal and Emotional Triggers
13. Maintaining Changes after Treatment
Appendix. Self-Assessment Answers
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