My Cart:

0 item(s) - £0.00
You have no items in your shopping cart.

 Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook

A Practical Guide to Long-Term Recovery

Dr Nicola Davies and Emma Bacon

Quick Overview

Thoughtfully developed activities will help you to understand, overcome, and maintain recovery from your eating disorder. This complete resource is designed for individual recovery as well as for use in counselling, schools, or self-help groups.
Details Price Qty
Paperback / softback
2016, 9.69in x 6.81in / 246mm x 173mm, 240pp
ISBN: 9781785921339
£16.99
Ebook
2016, ePUB, 240pp
ISBN: 978-1-78450-398-7
?  About our Ebooks
£16.99

Description

This empathetic handbook has been created for people affected by any form of disordered eating. Thoughtfully compiled by experienced authors, it will be a comprehensive guide through every stage of your recovery, from recognising and understanding your disorder and learning fully about treatment, to self-help tools and practical advice for maintaining recovery and looking to the future.

Each chapter includes suggested objectives, tasks and reflections which are designed to help you think about, engage with, and express your thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It will encourage you to process the discoveries you make about yourself for positive and long-lasting change. Encouraging quotes are included throughout from people who have walked this path and found the help they needed to overcome their own disordered eating. You are not alone on this journey.

Reviews

'It is becoming clearer that the treatment ethos that is most helpful for recovery from an eating disorder is one that includes a collaborative approach to care. This book is a wonderful compendium of resources that can be used as tools for the individual and the support team to work with a joint understanding. With helpful descriptions of the wide, eclectic variety of strategies that can be useful in fostering change, this book provides a diverse resource that can be shared in a collaborative way by patients, carers and professionals.'
- Professor Janet Treasure OBE, PhD, FRCP, FRCPsych, Professor of Psychiatry at University College London and Director of the Eating Disorder Unit at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and at the South London Maudsley Hospital NHS Trust

'The Eating Disorder Recovery Handbook successfully draws on existing evidence and best practice whilst interweaving the ideas and encouragement of those who have walked the difficult path of recovery before. Offering hope, guidance and a wide range of structured activities, this book will prove a fantastic tool both for people recovering from an eating disorder and those working hard to support them.'
- Dr Pooky Knightsmith, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Specialist, and Author of Self-Harm and Eating Disorders in Schools

'The topics and self study activities outlined in this book were invaluable in my understanding of myself, my relationship with food, and the real meaning behind my eating disorder. It was a fundamental tool to my recovery. It helped me to see my eating disorder from a different angle and gave me and my family new strategies to overcome it and to see it for what it really was.'
- Sarah Sims, eating disorder survivor

'The handbook is a comprehensive and practical tool to help not just the individual suffering with an eating disorder, but also families wanting to offer support.

The destructive nature of the illness frequently pulls families apart. "How did we get to this point?" is a question frequently asked. The sections and the practical ideas in the handbook address the complexity of the illness and enable parents/family members/ carers to gain a better understanding of what having an eating disorder feels like.

It provides the platform for honest communication and trust to be built/rebuilt and nurtured.

We all make mistakes, despite the best intentions, and there is no point anyone blaming themselves or regretting past decisions. That is wasted time and energy!

Instead, the handbook provides the opportunity to reflect in a non-judgemental way and move forward together to challenge the eating disorder.'
- Anonymous parent

Authors

By (author): Nicola Davies, Emma Bacon