Heal Your Relationship with Food: Effective Strategies to Help You Think Differently and Overcome Problems with Eating, Emotions and Body Image

Welbeck Publishing, 25 nov 2021 - 224 páginas

Many of us have an unhealthy relationship with food. Perhaps you've been trying to diet for years, or only feel in control if you're restricting your food intake or following strict diet rules. Perhaps you binge or comfort eat when you're feeling low. Your relationship with food feels far from healthy, but it's been like that for so long that you don't know how to change it.

With clear steps, and practical advice, this book will help you sustain positive changes to overcome your issues around food, and repair unhealthy eating habits and mindsets. Whether it be strict dieting, out of control eating, a fixation with your body, or managing emotions with food, this book gives you the tools you need to heal your relationship with food.

This book brings together the authors' expertise in evidence-based treatment, arming you with clinically proven strategies to address issues with food, eating, emotions and your body.

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Juliet Rosewall is a registered Clinical Psychologist currently working at an NHS Child and Adolescent Eating Disorder Service in London. She has extensive experience in assessing and treating eating disorders and has published in this area. She has worked in the field of mental health for the last twenty years. Amy Chisholm is a registered Clinical Psychologist who has worked for many years in specialist eating disorder clinics in the United Kingdom. She has worked as a Clinical Psychologist in adult mental health for over a decade, and in the field of eating disorders practice and research for nearly twenty years. She currently specialises in both eating disorders and trauma. Maureen Moerbeck is a registered Dietitian who has practiced as a Specialist Eating Disorders Dietitian for the NHS, as well as at her own private practice. Maureen firmly believes in improving people's relationships both with food and their body. She follows a 'Non-Diet', and 'Health At Every Size' (HAES) approach, and is trained in Mindful and Intuitive Eating practices.

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