Books starting with B
Beating Ana : How to Outsmart Your Eating Disorder and Take Your Life Back
by Shannon Cutts
Beating Ana gives the reader a look into how Shannon Cutts beat her 15-year battle with anorexia. She takes you through the process of her disorder and her recovery, allowing you to relate to her first-hand experiences. By sharing this recovery process with Shannon, it will aid in your recovery as you learn to move past your eating disorder.
236 pages, paperback, 2009
The Beginner’s Guide to Eating Disorders Recovery
by Nancy Kolodny
Written especially for teens and college-aged readers (and their loved ones), this practical self-help guide is for individuals who are confronting an eating disorder for the first time. With basic facts, self-help exercises, and encouragement, this book is like having a portable friend on every step towards recovery. It includes facts about anorexia nervosa and bulimia, taking the first steps in recovery, the connection between body-image and self-esteem, how to choose a therapist and much more.
224 pages, paperback, 2004
Beautiful Girl: Celebrating the Wonders of Your Body
By Christiane Northrup, Kristina Tracey, Aurelie Blanz
Being born a female is a beautiful, special thing and Beautiful Girl, by Dr. Christiane Northrup, echoes this simple but important message. By helping girls learn at a young age to value the wonder and uniqueness of their bodies, Dr. Northrup believes the positive benefits will last throughout their lifetime. In Beautiful Girl, little girls will learn how they are perfect just the way they are, the importance of treating themselves with gentle care, and how changes are just a part of moving from a child to becoming a woman.
28 pages, hardcover, 2013
Better is not so far away Decide to Recover from Bingeing, Starving, or Cutting
by Melissa Groman
304 pages, paperback, 2014
Beyond a Shadow of a Diet : The Comprehensive Guide to Treating Binge Eating Disorder, Compulsive Eating, and Emotional Eating
by Judith Matz and Ellen Frankel
In the new edition of their bestseller, Judith Matz and Ellen Frankel reveal that food restrictions in the pursuit of weight loss actually trigger and sustain overeating. To eliminate the diet mentality, Beyond a Shadow of a Diet, 2nd Edition, provides a step-by-step guide to learning attuned eating and ending the cycle of dieting. With a focus on the “Heath at Every Size” paradigm, this is the most comprehensive book available for professionals working with clients who struggle with Binge Eating Disorder, Compulsive Eating or Emotional Overeating. This engaging new edition contains chapters filled with compelling case examples, visualizations and other exercises so that therapists can deepen their knowledge and skills as they help clients gain freedom from preoccupation with food and weight.
352 pages, paperback, 2014
The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships in the Digital Age
by Catherine Steiner-Adair with Teresa H. Barker
384 pages, paperback, 2014
Binge Control: A Compact Recovery Guide
by Cynthia M. Bulik
38 pages, paperback, 2015
Binge-Eating Disorder : Clinical Foundations and Treatment
by James E. Mitchell, Michael J. Devlin, Martina de Zwaan, Scott J. Crow & Carol B. Peterson
A two part text which reviews a wide-range of literature on binge-eating disorder and offers a treatment manual. Part one goes in depth on diagnoses, medical risks, data, and links to obesity amongst other things. The second part of the book is a treatment manual, giving step by step guidelines for clinicians, including printable “homework” for clients.
214 pages, paperback, 2008
Bio-Psycho-Social Contributions to Understanding Eating Disorders
By Yael Latzer & Daniel Stern
202 pages, hardcover, 2016
Body Betrayed: A Deeper Understanding of Women, Eating Disorders, and Treatment
by Kathryn J. Zerbe
447 pages, paperback, 1993
Body Image, Second Edition: A Handbook of Science, Practice, and Prevention
By Thomas F. Cash and Linda Smolak
The definitive text for doctors, therapists, students, and everyone in between. Body Image compiles information from mental health experts with diverse backgrounds on topics ranging from existing and new theories, treatment, and prevention. This updated version discusses the newest topics in the field as well as advances in the field of eating disorders.
490 pages, paperback, 2012
The Body Image Survival Guide for Parents: Helping Toddlers, Tweens, and Teens Thrive
By Marci Warhaft-Nadler
122 pages, paperback, 2013
The Body Image Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help Girls Develop a Healthy Body Image in and Image-Obsessed World
By Julia V. Taylor
200 pages, paperback, 2014
The Body Image Workbook, Second Edition: An Eight-Step Program for Learning to Like Your Looks
By Thomas F. Cash
Dr. Cash has focused much of his professional career on the ‘psychology of physical appearance’. Using his knowledge coupled with a cognitive behavioral approach he has developed this eight step program for learning to like your looks. Specific exercises, helpsheets, and explanations provide support in your efforts to improve your body image.
216 pages, paperback, 2008
Body Kindness: Transform Your Health from the Inside Out–and Never Say Diet Again
By Rebecca Scritchfield
296 pages, paperback, 2016
Body of Truth: How Science, History, and Culture Drive Our Obsession with Weight – and What We Can Do about It
By Harriet Brown
304 pages, paperback, 2016
Body Myth : Adult Women and the Pressure to be Perfect
by Margot Maine and Joe Kelly
In the relatively short history of eating disorders treatment, the overwhelming majority of patients have been teenage girls and young women. But now, clinical psychologists like Margo Maine are treating increasing numbers of women in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond suffering from disordered eating or the preoccupation with achieving a perfect body. The first book to focus exclusively on adult women suffering from disordered eating and body image despair, this unique, jargon-free guide helps women and their loved ones understand eating disorders and the obsession with perfection, the different eating disorder triggers that adult women experience, and the various treatments available.
279 pages, hardcover, 2005
The Body of Chris: A Memoir of Obsession, Addition, and Madness
By Chris Cole
237 pages, paperback, 2015
The Body Project : Promoting Body Acceptance and Preventing Eating Disorders Facilitator Guide (Programs That Work)
by Eric Stice & Katherine Presnell
This book is written specifically for people treating adolescent and college aged females who are considered to be at risk to have an eating disorder. Based on a two part intervention plan, The Body Project goes in depth on how to teach these individuals how to live healthy lives. Therapists can use this text as a guideline for their sessions.
140 pages, paperback, 2007
The Body Project : Workbook (Treatments That Work)
by Eric Stice & Katherine Presnell
This workbook should be used in conjunction with the text above, aiding therapists in their work to help women suffering or at risk of suffering from an eating disorder.
Body Respect: What Conventional Health Books Get Wrong, Leave Out, and Just Plain Fail to Understand about Weight
By Linda Bacon, Lucy Aphramor
In Body Respect, Bacon & Aphramor cover the latest science on size, weight, and diet in clear, lively language rigorously supported by data. They explore why diets don’t work and alternative paths to better health for people of all shapes. Using peer-reviewed evidence, common sense, and a solid grounding in nutrition science and social justice theory, the authors debunk obesity myths and outline the key processes – in our bodies, the sciences, and society – affecting our diet and health as individuals and as a community.
240 pages, paperback, 2014
Body States: Interpersonal and Relational Perspectives on the Treatment of Eating Disorders
By Jean Petrucelli
Body-States: Interpersonal and Relational Perspectives on the Treatment of Eating Disorders–Edited by Jean Petrucelli brings together experts in eating disorders to illuminate how interpersonal and relational theorizing enriches and deepens their work with their patients. Bridging the gap between theory and practice, symptom and recovery, these selected papers illustrate how an embodied experience must be a felt experience. While this collection is made up of a diverse group of thinkers and clinicians, they have in common the aim of enabling clients to inhabit their bodies as their own, rather than alien entities. In this collection, Petrucelli convincingly demonstrates how interpersonal and relational treatment addresses eating problems, body image problems, and “problems in living.”
354 pages, paperback, 2014
Brain Over Binge: Why I Was Bulimic, Why Conventional Therapy Didn’t Work, and How I Recovered for Good
by Kathryn Hansen
Kathryn Hansen describes her battle with bulimia, bingeing and purging, and how she was able to overcome her eating disorder. Kathryn discusses how she used the power of her brain to stop the cycle of bingeing and purging, and how even though most people argue eating disorders are about something else, for her it was about the food.
307 pages, paperback, 2011
Brave Girl Eating: The Inspirational True Story of One Family’s Battle with Anorexia
By Harriet Brown
A countless number of people are affected by eating disorders each year, including family
members of people suffering from an eating disorder. Conventional medicine separates the individual who is suffering from their family members and loved ones. Harriet Brown tells the story of how her family, daughter, and therapist all worked together to help her daughter recover from anorexia. Brown lets us into see how her family as well as her daughter struggled as her daughter recovered, offering help for others who are in her position.
268 pages, paperback, 2010
Brave is the New Beautiful
By Lee Wolfe Blum
224 pages, paperback, 2017
Brief Group Psychotherapy for Eating Disorders: Inpatient Protocols
By Kate Tchanturia
240 pages, hardcover/paperback, 2015
Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery
by Lindsey Hall and Leigh Cohn
When Lindsey Hall printed a booklet with her story of recovery from bulimia, it was the first publication ever written on the topic. After two more booklets, she and husband Leigh Cohn combined them into a book in 1986, and now, 150,000 copies and five revisions later, they have released a 25th anniversary edition of Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery.
280 pages, paperback, 2010
The Bulimia Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help You Stop Bingeing and Purging
By Lisa Schab
Drawing from cognitive behavioral, neuropsychological, and experiential learning therapies, The Bulimia Workbook for Teens addresses recovery on a multi-level platform, offering each reader vehicles for change through seven paths of healing: affirmation, cognition, visualization, action, creativity, and spirituality. The theory is direct: bulimia is a maladaptive behavior that you can learn to change. The climate is caring: you are loved, you are worthy, and you deserve better than bulimia. Appropriate for both teens and young adults, this workbook lends itself well to individual and group work in either inpatient or outpatient settings. The author draws from 25 years’ experience working with eating disordered clients as well as personal recovery.
156 pages, paperback, 2010
By Her Side: Eating Disorders and the Joy of Recovery for Young Women
By Deborah P. Schone, Shelby L. Evans
196 pages, paperback, 2014
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