Books Starting with H
Healing Eating Disorders with Psychodrama and Other Action Methods : Beyond the Silence and the Fury
By Karen Carnabucci & Linda Ciotola
272 pages, paperback, 2013
The Healing Journey for Binge Eating (Volume 1)
By Michelle C. Market
164 pages, paperback, 2013
The Healing Journey for Binge Eating Journal: Eight Week Journal Companion
By Michelle C. Market
160 pages, paperback, 2014
Healing Your Hungry Heart : Recovering from your Eating Disorder
By Joanna Poppink, MFT
This step-by-step self-help book lays out essential guidelines for creating and supporting your ongoing recovery. It is written in conversational style, covering diverse topics, many of which are seldom mentioned in other ED books, such as spiritual depth, sexuality, the great terror, and triggers as teachers.
245 pages, paperback, 2011
Health at Every Size : The Surprising Truth About Your Weight
By Linda Bacon
Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight, by Linda Bacon, PhD, emphasizes that we can all make nourishing health choices, regardless of what we weigh. The book focuses on diet, nutrition and self-care, encouraging men and women to tune in to their body’s cues of hunger and response to exercise and forget about a certain number or society’s ideals. It also challenges conventionally accepted ideas that you need to be thin in order to be healthy, or that sustainable weight loss is achievable through dieting. You can read more about the size acceptance movement and strategies for reclaiming your body in Linda’s next book Body Respect, due out this fall. 400 pages, paperback, 2010
Healthy Bodies: Teaching Kids What they Need to Know
by Kathy Kater
Whether it’s the “thin ideal” for looks, a “normal” BMI for health, or the “perfect” body for athletics, most kids today learn to compare their bodies to external standards that are not right for them. In an effort to meet the standard, many make choices that add to or create problems. With eating disorders on the one hand and higher rates of obesity on the other, educators, healthcare providers, treatment facilities, and others need help to address the topic of weight effectively and in a way that reduces weight stigma.
In ten, comprehensive and engaging lessons, the Healthy Bodies mission is to teach children to care for instead of compare their bodies by promoting health enhancing behaviors instead of an “ideal” size. An urgently needed curriculum for universal classroom use or in any treatment venue, scripted lessons and experiential activities guide kids of all ages to:
- Maintain a mindful, caring connection to their bodies from the inside-out.
- Develop an identity based on who they are rather than how they look.
- Respect genetic diversity in body size and shape and reject weight stigma.
- Understand how appearance changes of puberty.
- Develop critical thinking about messages promoting the “right size/wrong size” mentality.
- Chose positive role models that support their deeper values.
- Seek health instead of size through positive eating and physical activity for all.
- Support each other in having a healthy body image, eating well, and staying fit.
“This curriculum should be in the hands of every elementary school teacher. The revised edition has the potential to transform classrooms, and is the resource for any school that wants students to develop positive body esteem, resist unhealthy messages regarding weight, shape, appearance, fitness, and food, and be equipped with the building blocks to a healthy lifestyle.” — Margo Maine, PhD, Author of The Body Myth and several other books
260 pages, paperback, 2012
Healthy Eating in Schools: Evidence-Based Intervention to Help Kids Thrive
By Catherine P. Cook-Cottone, Evelyn Tribole & Tracy L. Tylka
285 pages, hardcover, 2013
Healthy Habits The Program plus Food Guide Index & Easy Recipes: 8 essential Kid-Friendly Nutrition Lessons Every Parent and Educator Needs
By Laura Cipullo
Healthy Habits is a comprehensive health promotion program that teaches children the importance of healthy eating and exercise. The program can be used as 8-week sessions and is suitable for teachers, coaches, and parents. Healthy Habits was written by registered dietitian Laura Cipullo and encompasses her mission to help children develop positive relationships with eating and neutral relationships with food.
104 pages, paperback, 2013
Helping Patients Outsmart Overeating: Psychological Strategies for Doctors and Health Care Providers
By Karen Koenig & Paige O’Mahoney
260 pages, hardcover, 2017
Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating: A Step-by-Step Guide for Overcoming Selective Eating, Food Aversion, and Feeding Disorders
By Katja Rowell & Jenny McGlothin
240 pages, paperback, 2015
Help Your Teenager Beat An Eating Disorder
By James Lock and Daniel Le Grange
This book is the parent’s “go to” book for understanding how an eating disorder affects their child. It vividly illustrates how the thinking, behavior, mood, and social life of teenagers are altered as they become ill with an eating disorder. The book also gives a list of “warning signs” as well as “act now” signs to help guide parents about when to seek professional help. Clear descriptions of the rationale and scientific support available for main kinds of therapy and medications that are used to treat eating disorders in youth are provided to educate families about their options. In short, reading the book is like having a private consultation with experts.
295 pages, paperback, 2004
Hunger for Connection: Finding Meaning in Eating Disorders
By Alitta Kullman
168 pages, hardcover, paperback, 2018
Hope, Help & Healing for Eating Disorders – Revised and Expanded
By Gregory L. Jantz with Ann McMurray
For almost twenty years, Hope, Help and Healing for Eating Disorders has provided answers, insights and practical information for those suffering from eating disorders. Revised and expanded with the latest research, this book outlines the unique whole-person approach created by Dr. Gregg Jantz and pioneered at The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, named as one of the top treatment facilities in the United States. Treating the whole-person means addressing the emotional, relational, intellectual, physical, nutritional and spiritual aspects of an eating disorder. When the whole-person is cared for in treatment, long-term healing and recovery are enhanced. This book has been called a classic in the field of eating disorders for a good reason – it continues to resonate with individuals, families, support organizations and healthcare professionals.
200 pages, paper, 2010
The Honest Body Project: Real Stories and Untouched Portraits of Women & Motherhood
By Natalie McCain
232 pages, paperback, 2017
How I Look Journal, Fifth Edition
By Molly & Nan Delheim
Middle & high school girls
160 pages, paperback, 2013
How to Disappear Completely: On Modern Anorexia
By Kelsey Osgood
272 pages, paperback, 2013
Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body
By Roxanne Gay
320 pages, hardcover/paperback, 2017
Hungry: Craving Jesus in Recovery from an Eating Disorder
By Staci Luker
126 pages, paperback, 2016
The Hungry i: A Workbook for Partners of men with eating disorders
By Barbara Kent Lawrence
Anyone who cares about a boy or man who suffers from an eating disorder will treasure this important resource. Author Dr. Barbara Lawrence writes from her experience as the wife of an eating-disordered man, but also as a researcher and teacher. The Hungry i offers a deep understanding of the illness, thorough research, and support. Because there are more similarities than differences between the ways in which eating disorders manifest themselves in males and females, this book will be useful to anyone who wants to understand the complexities of eating disorders regardless of gender.
160 pages, paperback, 2010
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