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         Eating Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Just a Little Too Thin: How to Pull Your Child Back from the Brink of an Eating Disorder by Michael Strober, Meg Schneider, 2006-08-22
  2. The Invisible Man: A Self-help Guide for Men With Eating Disorders, Compulsive Exercise and Bigorexia by John F. Morgan, 2008-04-25
  3. Preventing Eating Disorders among Pre-Teen Girls: A Step-by-Step Guide by Beverly Menassa, 2004-06-30
  4. Binge No More: Your Guide to Overcoming Disordered Eating by Joyce D. Nash, 1999-12
  5. Eating Disorders (The Facts) by Suzanne Abraham, 2008-12-15
  6. Soul Hunger (Remuda Ranch Series on Eating Disorders) by Sandy Richardson, Susie Wilsie Govier, et all 2006-12-07
  7. My True Reflection, Freedom From Eating Disorders by Leigh Ann Brisbin, 2009-01-01
  8. Conquering Eating Disorders: How Family Communication Heals by Ph.D. Sue Cooper, R.D. Peggy Norton, 2008-09-16
  9. The Body Project: Promoting Body Acceptance and Preventing Eating Disorders Facilitator Guide (Treatments That Work) by Eric Stice, Katherine Presnell, 2007-04-12
  10. Understanding Eating Disorders: Conceptual and Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa (Issues in Biomedical Ethics) by Simona Giordano, 2008-02-10
  11. Overcoming Eating Disorders: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating Disorder Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work) by W. Stewart Agras, Robin F. Apple, 2007-09-14
  12. Negative Body Image (Danger Zone: Dieting and Eating Disorders) by Edward Willet, 2007-06-30
  13. Eating Disorders and Obesity, Second Edition: A Comprehensive Handbook
  14. Surrendering Hunger: 365 Devotions for Christians Recovering from Eating Disorders by Jan Johnson, 1993-06

101. Eating Disorders - MentalHealthChannel
Statistical information regarding bulimia, anorexia, and binge eating disorder.
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An eating disorder is a disturbance in eating behavior. Anorexia nervosa (anorexia) and bulimia nervosa (bulimia) are the eating disorders that are studied most often, and researchers estimate that nearly 7 million women in the United States suffer from anorexia or bulimia. A newly-recognized condition known as binge-eating disorder is considered the most common eating disorder. In the United States, it occurs in 0.7% to 4% of the population, meaning that 1 to 4 out of every 100 people have the disorder. Eating disorders affect women more often than men, but approximately 1 million men in the United States suffer from anorexia or bulimia, and millions more have binge-eating disorder. Eating disorders are more prevalent in industrialized countries and according to the American Psychiatric Association, they are most common in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and South Africa.

102. Eating Disorders Association
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103. Eating Disorders Arena: Books, Journals And Resources On Anorexia Nervosa, Bulim
Information about eating disorders books and journals as well as additionalresources and links.
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Bariatric Surgery
A Guide for Mental Health Professionals
Edited by James E. Mitchell and Martina de Zwann
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As this area of surgery has become increasingly accepted as a safe and effective treatment option for morbid obesity, scores of surgeons have begun to specialize in bariatric surgery. Bariatric Surgery will serve as a guide to the unique psychosocial issues that surround this procedure. more>> "I'm, Like, SO Fat!"
Helping Your Teen Make Healthy Choices about Eating and Exercise in a Weight-Obsessed World
Dianne Neumark-Sztainer
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Here is a rock-solid foundation that parents everywhere can build on to help their own teens stay fit, eat well, and feel good about their looks in a world that pushes fat but idealizes thin. more>>
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105. The Renfrew Center Foundation
Education and treatment for eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression andwomen s issues. To obtain more information about the treatment centers of
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Eating disorders are the most deadly of all mental illnesses, and among the most difficult to treat. The Renfrew Center Foundation has accepted the challenge to fight the devastating effects these disorders have on individuals and families.
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The Renfrew Center Foundation is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization advancing the education, prevention, research, and treatment of eating disorders. We advance our mission by:
  • Providing professional training and educational opportunities for mental health and medical professionals. Creating awareness in the general public through the production of educational seminars and publications and participation in media-related activities.
    Conducting research into the pathology and recovery patterns of people with eating disorders.
    Educating policy makers to remove barriers to treatment.

106. Uncommon Courage
Information on eating disorders, size discrimination toward women and children, bodysize issues, health concerns and support.
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107. Eating Disorders
eating disorders may be divided into two categories anorexia and bulimia. Although most people who suffer from eating disorders are female,
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Do you:
  • feel that others pressure you to be thin? feel guilty about what you eat? feel that your weight is one of the only things you can control? feel you've become isolated from family and friends? prefer to eat alone? use food as a comfort? consume large amounts of food in a brief amount of time? feel fat despite others telling you that you're not? ever exercise excessively? ever induce vomiting after eating or drinking? count all the hidden calories or grams of fat in each bite of food? often feel depressed and unhappy with yourself? diet excessively? use laxatives, diet pills, or diuretics each week? weigh yourself several times each day? eat when you're lonely, anxious, depressed, or nervous? think that you might have an eating disorder?
If you answered yes to several of these questions, you may have an eating disorder. An eating disorder is not just about eating, body weight, and dieting; it is much more than that. It often begins as a way to control weight and just gets out of control. Please remember that an eating disorder is something that can be treated with therapy and hard work. You can heal!

108. Food & Fitness
Get the lowdown on healthy eats, read over easy recipes, and get the story on strength training, dieting, eating disorders, and steroids.
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109. Eating Disorders Resources
Offers resources, news, research, and reports on eating disorders for sufferers,carers and professionals. Aims to include the latest research findings in
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the clearing house for eating disorders news, research, reports, conferences and opinions
August 24, 2005
New German eating disorders site
Andreas Karwautz, an eating disorders specialist based in Vienna, has developed a new website on eating disorders in German . The site includes information on scientific projects and treatment options offered in Vienna and links to all institutions dealing with treatment. It also has a large section describing a range of German-language internet sites, reviewing and evaluating them from the point of view of professionals, patients, etc. Posted on August 24, 2005 Comments (0) TrackBack (0)
August 16, 2005
Fourth Annual Conference on Teenage Anorexia Nervosa
The 4th Annual Conference on Teenage Anorexia Nervosa will be held in Cambrdige (UK) f on Tues 6th December 2005.
Presented in partnership with Focus , the Royal College of Psychiatrists , the Phoenix Centre and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust , the conference will focus on collaborative working between users, carers and professionals. The event will cover issues of confidentiality, risk assessment, early intervention, motivation and how to effect change, partnership and communication, and will represent the views of young people. Speakers to include Dr Tony Jaffa, Professor Bryan Lask as well as parents and young people with experience of anorexia nervosa from the Phoenix Centre.

110. Eating Disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia, Compulsive Overeating) Community
Expert and peer eating disorders information. Includes journals, diaries, chatrooms,support groups, and online eating disorders tests,
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Eating Disorders News Students' Relationships with Food Can Become Very Dangerous You keep a running tab of the calories you've consumed each day, and at any given moment, you know how many more you plan to allow yourself. You avoid social events that revolve around food. If you go, you make up excuses to explain why you aren't eating. You have a long list of forbidden foods, and the thought of being forced to eat something you banned makes you panic.

111. Psychologist In Santa Monica/Brentwood/Beverly Hills/New Port Beach/Los Angeles,
Private practice of Jenni Silberstein, MA, MFT, licensed psychotherapist and professional writer specializing in relationship issues. Includes information for kids, teens, relationships, divorce and eating disorders. Offices in Los Angeles and Newport Beach.

112. Eating Disorders Site: Peace, Love, And Hope
Comprehensive eating disorders site. Info on anorexia, bulimia, overeating.Diagnosis, treatment, support groups, chat rooms.
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113. Advice, Help And Fun For Teens -
Offers advice on subjects ranging from eating disorders to substance abuse to suicide. Sponsored by Central United Methodist Church of Asheville, NC.
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Check out our Music page for sounds that cater to any rhythmic interest - from Rap to Rock, Bluegrass, Classical, World, and more. Our Events page lists special events, activities and clubs for teens in the Asheville area and Western NC at large. If you know of a good events in different areas around the region, please let us know and we will add it. Chat Devotions Music Events For Teens ... Sex l Stress Substance Abuse Suicide Web site supported by:
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114. - Is There appetite For Eating Disorders Sitcom? - Aug 4, 2005
Take 1 the FX network s new comedy series Starved is an audacious but ultimatelyfond and respectful look at Americans obsessions with eating, dieting,
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    Entertainment (general) Television Diseases or Create Your Own Manage Alerts What Is This? NEW YORK (MedPage Today) Take 1: the FX network's new comedy series "Starved" is an audacious but ultimately fond and respectful look at Americans' obsessions with eating, dieting, and body image. Take 2: "Starved" is a tasteless, exploitive travesty that mocks people with serious, life-threatening eating disorders. Even before the show's debut (tonight at 10 pm ET), critical opinions on Starved have been all over the map. " 'Starved' just might be the most repulsive show to hit the airwaves this year," wrote the Boston Herald's TV critic, while his crosstown rival at the Boston Globe called the program both "offensive" and "sick," but also "funny, poignant, and culturally relevant." The New York Times' opinion came down squarely in the middle, saying that "it's not quite funny enough."

115. Pro-anorexia's Journal
Community message board for people with eating disorders.
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Well have been better than usual - so far today have had 80 cals, I have been saving up my cals for dinner and am dreading having to eat dinner tonight. Am going out for dinner for a friends birthday at a seafood place. Does anyone know what the lowest cal seafood option would be?
yourlady21: I know what you mean about cravings. I get them in the middle of the afternoon and late evening and they drive me crazy. I find that coming to this site or messaging friends helps me to forget about food. And if that doesn't work I will drink a chai tea or chew on ice blocks.
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116. - A Comedy About Eating Disorders? - Aug 4, 2005
Starved feeds on the culture s jangled issues about food, in shockingly funny ways.

117. Mental Health Treatment Centers
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118. Eating Disorders Specialist : Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Pica For All Stag
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A comprehensive program for clinicians. Treatment of mental illness requires mind-brain thinking. The dichotomy of mind and brain is now giving way to the beginnings of integration. Both pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy can help people with psychiatric disorders. But how are the clinical effects of chemical and psychotherapeutic treatments maximized? This book summarizes research in combined treatments, and discusses the manner in which each can aid the other.
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119. University Counseling Service
eating disorders include extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors eating disorders can occur at any age, but they most commonly begin during the teen
Eating Disorders Eating disorders are, unfortunately, very common today. Most of us want to have healthy, well-functioning, and attractive bodies. However, our celebrity-smitten society places undue emphasis on the attractiveness part, and then tells us that to be attractive, we must be thin. Our normal desire to maintain a healthy body weight can become abnormal when we are constantly under peer and societal pressure to attain and maintain a weight and shape that is not natural for us. Eating disorders include extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues, and are experienced by both women and men. They include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. All are serious emotional and physical problems that can have life-threatening consequences. Eating Disorders can occur at any age, but they most commonly begin during the teen years. Going away to college can almost be defined as a risk factor for developing an eating disorder in a young person who feels uncomfortable about his/her body and is not sure how s/he is going to 'fit in' and make new friends on campus. Are you concerned about your eating or food-related habits, or those of a friend? Most of us know something about eating disorders, but our information is often incomplete and inaccurate. The following will provide basic facts about eating disorders, what you can, and

120. Anorexia - Bulimia - Alcohol Detoxification Programs At Riverdale Grange
Information about centre in Sheffield specialising in the treatment of eating disorders.
Riverdale Grange is a specialist clinic, dedicated to
the treatment of eating disorders and alcohol detox.
  • Inpatient and outpatient programmes for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
  • A newly developed programme for weight management with individualised packages
  • An alcohol detoxification programme
  • A specialist educational environment for students
  • A respite service supporting the needs of carers as highlighted in the Carers Act 1995
  • A school educational package to prevent young people from engaging in at the risk-behaviours of disordered eating that can lead to eating disorder
Riverdale Grange's expanding reputation shared by the NHS referrers, families and sufferers is as a specialist service provider offering realistic, cost effective successfully integrated pathways for the treatment of eating disorders and alcohol addiction.

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