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Overcoming Your Eating Disorder: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder: Workbook

Self Help - Sufferers
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Book/Self-help manual 112 pages

This workbook is designed to help individuals experiencing binge eating and other problems concerning eating, weight, and shape. The book uses a cognitive-behavioural approach, which targets unhelpful thoughts, attitudes, and behaviours that maintain disordered eating. Cognitive-behavioural therapy has proven to be a safe and effective treatment for binge eating, purging, and related problems. The purpose of the book is to help individuals to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, while enjoying a balanced approach to eating and living. The workbook outlines a guided self-help program, which is designed to be completed in conjunction with usually no more than 12 brief sessions with a therapist. The workbook is full of practical skills and strategies to improve body image and reduce problematic eating behaviours.

Agras, W & Apple, R
Oxford University Press
2007
United States of America
9780195334562
No
Oxford University Press
GPO Box 2784, Melbourne, VIC, 3001
03 9934 9123
03 9934 9100
www.oup.com.au

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