Along with specific skills and techniques that help promote change, the book presents a proven cognitive-behavioral model of transformation that targets beliefs, feelings, and behaviors about food and eating and points the way toward ...
Author: Karen R. Koenig
Does this sound like you? Food will make me fat. My body should be perfect. I a m ashamed of how I eat. I am not in control of my body. I am only loveable when I'm thin. Written in easy-to-understand, everyday language, Koenig lays out the four basic rules that ''normal'' eaters follow instinctively - eating when they're hungry, choosing foods that satisfy them, eating with awareness and enjoyment, and stopping when they're full or satisfied. Along with specific skills and techniques that help promote change, the book presents a proven cognitive-behavioral model of transformation that targets beliefs, feelings, and behaviors about food and eating and points the way toward genuine physical and emotional fulfillment. Learn the four rules that ''normal ''eaters follow instinctively Change negative thinking and unhealthy habits Manage difficult emotions, rather than starving or stuffing them Feel healthy and ''normal ''around food Create a life that is truly satisfying.
external rules that are unrelated to hunger, satiation, or how different foods make your body feel. People with a history of compulsive eating are often so disconnected from their natural internal controls that they don't even know when ...
Author: Sheryl Canter
Publisher: Permutations Software Inc
Category: Compulsive eating
Normal Eating is a uniquely effective step-by-step program to free people from compulsive urges and emotional eating. It draws from the Zen principle of mindfulness, 12-step wisdom on addiction, intuitive eating (the non-diet approach), cognitive psychology, and solid nutrition. Author Sheryl Canter analyzed the natural recovery process and broke it into stages, with each stage building on the last. The result is a gentle, step-by-step guide that greatly improves the odds of success. The book lays out the program in detail. An accompanying online support group lets you ask questions of the author, and apply the ideas to your own life. Visit NormalEating.com to join the support group, read the blog, or sign up for the free newsletter.
The book helps readers dig deeply into their psyches to figure out what mistaken beliefs and needless fears are holding them back from achieving their health and fitness goals.
Author: Karen R. Koenig
Publisher: Gurze Books
Starting Monday is based on the simple premise that when our behaviors don’t align with our expressed intentions, we’ve got a conflict going on, often outside of our awareness. The book helps readers dig deeply into their psyches to figure out what mistaken beliefs and needless fears are holding them back from achieving their health and fitness goals. The polarized feelings for disregulated eaters to identify and resolve fall within these 7 key areas: 1) create lasting change, 2) making conscious choices, 3) feel deserving, 4) how to comfort themselves, 5) know what's enough, 6) manage intimacy, and 7) developing a healthy identity. Starting Monday first helps readers unearth their mixed feelings in these seven areas, then teaches them how to change their beliefs and behaviors to resolve them. Using humor, plain talk, examples from her clinical experience, reflection exercises, case studies, and homework, Koenig lets troubled eaters know that their yo-yo patterns of eating and self care are due to conflicts. She shies away from easy answers and, instead, provides hope and concrete actions to developing a permanent, positive relationship with food.
The Rules of Normal Eating by Karen R. Koening , 2005 , Gurze Books . Explains the fundamental rules that ordinary eaters follow such as , eating when hungry , choosing enjoyable foods , and how to bring an end to eating when full .
Author: Robert G. Meyer
Publisher: Waveland PressInc
This extremely versatile handbook, written for students and practitioners, taps current treatment and assessment research to provide up-to-date coverage of emotional and behavioral disorders, major DSM-IV-TR diagnostic categories, MMPI-2 correlates and other test-response patterns, and treatment options. Diagnostic concepts and observations are linked with specific assessment and test data for diagnostic categories; this is then integrated with recommended intervention procedures. In a single volume, the authors have synthesized an abundance of information and presented it in a manageable and accessible manner. Their extensive experience in clinical and forensic psychology-teaching, conducting research, interacting with clients, working in the criminal justice system- highly qualifies them to know and present the kind of practical information students and practitioners need. Additional outstanding features . . . * emphasizes multimodal assessment and treatment * includes extensive discussions of clinical challenges, such as suicidal clients, the criminal personality, deception, and malingering * offers "bibliotherapy" reading assignments and appropriate relaxation techniques for various types of clients * provides coverage of legal issues-competency, criminal responsibility, and civil commitment * presents useful tips on case preparation and professional practice in the office and the courtroom
The final part of the workbook focuses on strategies for disconnecting feeling from food, discovering emotional triggers, and using one’s feelings to get what one wants out of life.
Author: Karen R. Koenig
Publisher: GŸrze Books
An extraordinary, powerful connection exists between feeling and feeding that, if damaged, may lead to one relying on food for emotional support, rather than seeking authentic happiness. This unique workbook takes on the seven emotions that plague problem eaters — guilt, shame, helplessness, anxiety, disappointment, confusion, and loneliness — and shows readers how to embrace and learn from their feelings. Written with honesty and humor, the book explains how to identify and label a specific emotion, the function of that emotion, and why the emotion drives food and eating problems. Each chapter has two sets of exercises: experiential exercises that relate to emotions and eating, and questionnaires that provoke thinking about and understanding feelings and their purpose. Supplemental pages help readers identify emotions and chart emotional development. The final part of the workbook focuses on strategies for disconnecting feeling from food, discovering emotional triggers, and using one’s feelings to get what one wants out of life.
Hidden in the footnotes at the back of the book was the following note : ' Diet organizations will not release figures on recidivism . ... It seemed that normal eating was eating because you're physically hungry .
Author: Nancy Roberts
Publisher: Viking Press
Category: Beauty, Personal.
Advising women with weight problems to create an attractive personal style based on the way they currently look, this guide provides tips on fashion and style, including information on where to shop for clothing and makeup
Normal. Eating? N. ormal eating was an oxymoron to me—like “clear as mud.” Normal and eating seemed to be contradictory terms. ... This mindful and moderate approach does not include label reading, calorie counting, or rigid rules.
Author: Jenni Schaefer
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Don't Battle an Eating Disorder Forever- Recover from It Completely Jenni Schaefer and Ed (eating disorder) are no longer on speaking terms, not even in her most difficult moments. In her bestseller, Life Without Ed, Jenni learned to treat her eating disorder as a relationship, not a condition-enabling her to break up with Ed once and for all. In Goodbye Ed, Hello Me Jenni shows you that being fully recovered is not just about breaking free from destructive behaviors with food and having a healthy relationship with your body; it also means finding joy and peace in your life. "Jenni Schaefer has dedicated her life to helping people overcome their eating disorders and live life to the fullest. She is an inspiration to all!" --Dr. Phil “Every young woman and man interested in overcoming disordered eating should read this treasure of a book.” -Leigh Cohn, M.A.T., CEDS, Editor-in-Chief, Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention “The beauty of Jenni's written journey through her tormented relationship with Ed is that it is honest, passionate, hopeful-but, most important, it ultimately assures the reader that life really can move on.” -Lynn Grefe, CEO, National Eating Disorders Association Combining Jenni's signature personal advice and unfailing encouragement along with valuable exercises you can do as you read, Goodbye Ed, Hello Me will give you the prescriptive tools to take the final steps in divorcing your Ed completely. Foreword by Carolyn Costin, LMFT, M.A., M.Ed.
Practising ' normal ' eating Many eating disorder sufferers have become so accustomed to thinking about food and eating ... items of food or constituents of diet , and worry about whether they are keeping to the rules of their diets .
Author: Sara Gilbert
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited
`The text is well referenced with a thorough bibliography. Overall this would seem a particularly suitable book for individuals with a general mental health training who are starting work with this patient group. It deserves to be widely read′ - European Eating Disorders Review `An invaluable resource for anyone working in or wishing to know more about eating disorders... for those new to eating disorders, there are some useful appendices that would give a head start to anyone entering this specialty.... If you work in eating disorders, this book would be a frequently used addition to your bookshelf′ - Dietetics Today `This excellent evidence-based book begins by providing an overview of eating disorder definitions (using DSMIV), prevalence, and differing causes.... I found the book free from jargon and enjoyable to read. I would recommend it as a valuable resource to anyone with an interest in cognitive-behavioural therapy and its application to working with eating disorder clients′ - Association for University and College Counselling Newsletter `The book is written from a cognitive behavioural perspective and gives an in-depth account of how to structure assessment and treatment. It is sensible, thoughtful and full of helpful ′how to′ advice for the therapist. The book is complemented by several appendices which contain information that can be given to patients (e.g. about eating disorders and their medical consequences, further reading, guidelines for healthy eating and practical suggestions for how to begin to change)′ - Ulrike Schmidt, Behaviour Research and Therapy This book provides an up-to-date account of current definitions and causes of abnormal eating patterns. It then considers the theoretical basis and practical effectiveness of using cognitive- behavioural therapy in the treatment of clients. The key issues related to counselling these client groups are dealt with in detail with additional chapters devoted to: assessing clients and engaging them effectively in treatment; awareness of their nutritional needs; behavioural and cognitive skills for addressing abnormal eating patterns; and addressing the meaning of eating disorder symptoms in the context of the lives of individual clients. Case studies and examples are used throughout the text to help relate theory to practice, while extensive appendices provide key information about eating disorders and about ways in which clients can help themselves.
The thing that really grabbed me about the diet was that five days a week I could carry on as normal, eat what I liked, go out for dinner, work on recipes, and I just had to be careful on two days of the week. I loved the new challenges ...
Author: Elly Curshen
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Since opening the hugely popular Pear Café nine years ago, Elly Pear has been on a quest for good food and new ideas. Having found real results sticking to the 5:2 way of eating, Elly shares some of her favourite, most exciting meat-free recipes for eating well and enjoying food on both fast days and feast days.
The rules of normal eating : A commonsense approach for dieters , overeaters , undereaters , emotional eaters , and everyone in between . Carlsbad , CA : Gürze . Johnson , S. S. ( 2000 ) . Eating in the light of the moon : How women can ...
Author: Steven Walfish
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn
Psychologists are increasingly dissatisfied with managed care companies. While many practitioners would prefer to develop a fee-for-service practice to improve clinical care and income, there is limited available information on how to establish one. This book illustrates 50 strategies for growing a practice that is not managed care or insurance dependent. Contributors describe how they successfully carved out a niche in areas as varied as family and divorce counseling, teaching and supervision, healthcare, product development, and organizational consulting. In each vignette, the author describes his or her practice arrangements, training experiences, primary activities, pros and cons of this career path, effective business approaches, and also recommends professional resources, including books, journals, web sites, and societies. This book provides plenty of ideas for early career psychologists and graduate students interested in starting a private practice as well as seasoned practitioners who want to develop alternative income sources to minimize dependence on insurance companies.