8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder Workbook
By Carolyn Costin, Gwen Schubert Grabb
288 pages, paperback, 2017
The Body Image Workbook: An Eight-Step Program for Learning to Like Your Looks 2nd Edition
By Thomas Cash
The Body Image Workbook (second edition) is a scientifically derived and supported program for helping individuals who struggle with a range of body image difficulties. This reader-friendly workbook entails an eight-step cognitive-behavioral approach to body image understanding, change, and acceptance. Replete with numerous “Helpsheets” and therapeutic activities, The Body Image Workbook may be used as self-help or as a guiding treatment protocol for professionals working with clients. The author, Dr. Thomas F. Cash, is a well-known expert in the field.
216 pages, paperback, 2008
The Don’t Diet, LIve-it! Workbook: Healing Food, Weight and Body Issues
by Andrea Wachter and Marsea Marcus
The Don’t Diet, Live-It! Workbook offers an alternative to the pervasive, yet ineffective, diet-mentality. Rather than offering a one-size-fits-all (they never do!) program, this workbook guides you toward learning to uncover what you are truly hungering for. Extremely readable, this book contains moving personal stories and insightful writing exercises to help you step off the diet/binge roller-coaster once and for all. Geared toward all types of eating disorders.
256 pages, paperback, 1999
The Emotional Eating Workbook: A Proven-Effective, Step-by-Step Guide to End Your Battle with Food & Satisfy Your Soul
By Carolyn Coker Ross, MD, MPH
216 pages, paperback, 2016
Finding Your Voice through Creativity: The Art and Journaling Workbook for Disordered Eating
by Mindy Jacobson-Levy & Maureen Foy-Tornay
192 pages, paperback, 2009
The Food and Feelings Workbook: A Full Course Meal on Emotional Health
By Karen Koenig
If you’re serious about ending emotional eating, The Food and Feelings Workbook is your ultimate guide. It explains the distinct purpose of emotions, why they may make us uncomfortable, and how we developed our particular beliefs about them. Then it takes you through the seven feelings—anxiety, guilt, shame, disappointment, helplessness, loneliness, and confusion—that commonly have troubled eaters running to the cookie jar. Through reflective and action exercises, it takes down the barriers between you and a healthy relationship with food and the scale, and teaches you effective ways of negotiating the ups and downs of life without obsessing about food or weight and engaging in abusive eating.
216 pages, paperback, 2007
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
Overcoming Your Eating Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder
by Robin F. Apple and W. Stewart Agras
Imagine taking a bit of your therapy session home with you each session? The Overcoming Your Eating Disorder, Second Edition: Workbook allows clients undergoing cognitive-behavioral treatment for binge eating or bulimia nervosa to carry the words of their therapist home- not only in mind, but in written form. The Workbook is laid out in an intuitive fashion so that each lesson builds on its predecessor(s). It covers strategies to help clients understand the factors that contributed to aspects of the eating disorder back when it started, and also tools to address current triggers and experiment with life-enhancing alternatives. The Workbook is most successful when it is used in full along with the self-monitoring records and written exercises, and when all are tailored to the personal needs of the individual client.
208 pages, paperback, 2007
The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, Sixth Edition
By Martha Davis, Elizabeth Eshelman & Matthew McKay
207 pages, paperback, 2000
The Ritteroo Journal for Eating Disorders Recovery
By Lindsey Hall with artwork by Mary Anne Ritter
176 pages, paperback, 2013
Taste the Sweet Rebellion Rebel Against Dieting Workbook
By Kait Fortunato, Dana Magee, and Rebecca Bitzer
160 pages, paperback, 2015