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  1. Who's Crazy Here?: Steps to Recovery Without Drugs for ADD/ADHD, Addiction & Eating disorders, Anxiety & PTSD, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Autism (Volume 1) by Ms Gracelyn Guyol, 2010-08-24
  2. Handbook of Assessment Methods for Eating Behaviors and Weight-Related Problems: Measures, Theory, and Research by Dr. David B. Allison, Dr. Monica L. Baskin, 2009-07-10
  3. The Clinician's Guide to Collaborative Caring in Eating Disorders: The New Maudsley Method
  4. One Life: Hope, Healing and Inspiration on the Path to Recovery from Eating Disorders by Naomi Feigenbaum, 2009-05-30
  5. Binge-Eating Disorder: Clinical Foundations and Treatment by James E. Mitchell MD, Michael J. Devlin MD, et all 2007-10-18
  6. Why Weight? A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating by Geneen Roth, 1989-06
  7. Arts Therapies and Clients with Eating Disorders: Fragile Board by Ditty Dokter, 1994-09-01
  8. Enduring Change in Eating Disorders: Interventions with long-term results by H. Charles Fishman, 2004-03-25
  9. Hope, Help, and Healing for Eating Disorders: A Whole-Person Approach to Treatment of Anorexia, Bulimia, and Disordered Eating by Dr. Gregory L. Jantz, Ann McMurray, 2010-10-05
  10. EMDR Solutions II: For Depression, Eating Disorders, Performance, and More (Norton Professional Books)
  11. Normal Eating for Normal Weight: The Path to Freedom from Weight Obsession and Food Cravings by Sheryl Canter, 2009-03-06
  12. Starving for Affection: a journey of eating disorders, drugs, and sex by Nancy Lee Bausch Ph.D, 2008-12-24
  13. Breaking Free from Emotional Eating by Geneen Roth, 2003-05
  14. Feminist Perspectives on Eating Disorders

121. Avalon-Eating Disorders-Anorexia,Bulimia Eating Disorder Treatment
Offers an intensive 5 week Monday through Friday intensive program for eatingdisorders. Housing is available. Information on anorexia and bulimia,
Avalon is committed to providing a state of the art program of specialized treatment for the purpose of helping those suffering with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa or Atypical Eating Disorders to reclaim their lives. We believe that integrated treatment by a multidisciplinary staff of eating disorder specialists provides the best path to recover from anorexia and bulimia. Continuity of care and daily reinforcement is offered in a community-based, intensive partial hospitalization milieu. WHAT IS AN EATING DISORDER? An eating disorder is characterized by an abnormal relationship with food and body. This pattern of eating and dieting effects health, interpersonal relationships and socialization with significant emotional and medical complications. The American Psychiatric Association recognizes it as a major diagnostic category. The Academy for Eating Disorders reports that conservative estimates for American females aged 12 and up affected by eating disorders may exceed 10%. DO YOU THINK YOU HAVE AN EATING DISORDER?

122. C.A.R.E. Florida -Drug And Alcohol Addiction Treament Services
Helps people overcome eating disorders and drug and substance addiction and abuse.
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Choosing to live a sober life is probably the biggest and best decision you will ever make. We at CARE congratulate you! CARE offers you a wide range of programs and individual treatment plans to help meet your special needs. Whether this is your first attempt at change or you are a veteran of a previous rehabilitation program we believe that our unique program can be a great help to you. You are now facing a new experience - recovery. Our caring community of professional staff and peers are available to help you achieve this goal. CARE understands each client has special individual needs. Therefore, our program is highly individualized, has a low client to therapist ratio and is designed to address specific issues as they arise.
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123. Pale Reflections - Eating Disorders Community
eating disorders support community with a free members area, member searchfacility, and email newsletter.
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Pale Reflections is proudly sponsored by Milestones in Recovery , offering eating disorders treatment in a tranquil, residential setting. Go to Milestones' site BECOME A PALE REFLECTIONS MEMBER Pale Reflections members have access to a wide range of community facilities. Membership is completely

124. Personal Health Zone Eating Disorders
eating disorders information, resources, types of disorders, and treatment.
Eating Disorders
Eating disorders can occur with other psychiatric disorders such as depressive disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, and panic or anxiety disorders. Those who suffer from eating disorders can experience a various physical health problems, including heart conditions and failure of the kidneys which could result in death. It is extremely important that you seek help for yourself or someone you know because eating disorders can be treated successfully. Eating is controlled by many factors, including appetite, food availability, family, peer, and cultural practices, and attempts at voluntary control. Dieting to a body weight leaner than needed for health is highly promoted by current fashion trends, sales campaigns for special foods, and in some activities and professions. Eating disorders involve serious disturbances in eating behavior, such as extreme and unhealthy reduction of food intake or severe overeating, as well as feelings of distress or extreme concern about body shape or weight. Researchers are investigating how and why initially voluntary behaviors, such as eating smaller or larger amounts of food than usual, at some point move beyond control in some people and develop into an eating disorder. Studies on the basic biology of appetite control and its alteration by prolonged overeating or starvation have uncovered enormous complexity, but in the long run have the potential to lead to new pharmacologic treatments for eating disorders.

125. Eating Disorders: Counseling Services, University At Buffalo
Due to cultural ideals of feminine beauty, young women feel a strong desire tobe thinner than their bodies naturally tend to be.
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Due to cultural ideals of feminine beauty, young women feel a strong desire to be thinner than their bodies naturally tend to be. As a result, they change their eating patterns and they may develop eating disorders. The most common eating disorders are Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. Both eating disorders are more common among young adults than at any other age. What is Anorexia Nervosa?
Anorexia Nervosa is a serious psychological and physiological disorder. Anorexia Nervosa has the following characteristics:
  • The anorexic restricts eating to the point of emaciation.
  • The anorexic may exercise constantly and take laxatives or diuretics to lose weight.
  • The most common ages of onset are 11 and 18, the beginning and ending of adolescence.
  • The disorder is mostly diagnosed in the upper middle class. However, both rich and poor can develop the disorder.
  • Even though anorexics are extremely thin and underweight, most insist that they are not hungry or thin.
  • With psychological help about 1/3 of all anorexics get better. About 20% die of the disorder.

126. Desperate For Control -- Happy Restriction And Unhappy Meals
Focuses on EDNOS (eating disorders Not Otherwise Specified) as well as selfinjury. Personal story, tips, exercises, and poetry (poems can be submitted).
Desperate for control
Happy restriction and unhappy meals
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To my guests This is an ED-support site, not a proana site. I hope you can fel like you are not alone. There are alot of us that feels like we are a failed anorexic. That is one of the reason being EDNOS with coe, ana and mia, is such a hard life. Hope you can feel welcome here.
I have changed my website, adding many photos. A friend of mine tipsed me about doing that, so hopefully it gets more giving seeing my site, than before. I really really appreciate all my guests here.... Even if I cannot answer all in my guestbook, I really appreciate it, and will try to answer those who want me to. About the photos: I personally like them. But some of them, those at the child abuse self-injury site, can be triggering........ It is a picture of cutting, the scars are fading, so it is no new ones, and a picture of a xylocaine ampull (local anaestethic). If you like the photos, please tell me, and if you get triggered by them and don't like them, let me know, and I will find other ones that are not triggering ...........
About this site I am 26, female and norwegian. I have EDNOS. I started out with COE from I was 15 till 24. Now I have been EDNOS for 2 years, with periods of both ANA and COE. I have wanted to build this site for a long time, and this is the first website I make, so pleae give me tips if I am not doing it right. I intend to give tips for controlling COE-phases, among other stuff. I just have to take it is it comes.

127. Sheppard Pratt Health System-Eating Disorders
Sheppard Pratt Health System s services include psychiatric inpatient hospitalization,day hospitals, outpatient counseling centers,
The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt
6501 N. Charles Street
Unit B-5
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Phone: 410-938-5252
Fax: 410-938-5250
Medical Director: Harry Brandt, M.D.
Associate Medical Director: Steven Crawford, M.D.
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The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt offers a comprehensive continuum of treatment services for the patient with complex eating disorders. The continuum includes inpatient, day hospital and intensive outpatient services, as well as ongoing outpatient treatment provided by The Center for Eating Disorders, P.A. The program is designed to respond to both the psychiatric and medical aspects of eating disorders, with a comprehensive array of mental health and consultative medical resources. Eating Disorders include a range of conditions that involve an obsession with food, weight and appearance, to the degree that a person's health, relationships and daily activities are adversely affected. The primary diagnostic conditions associated with Eating Disorders are: Anorexia Nevrosa
Bulimia Nervosa Binge Eating Disorders The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt is a specialized program for adults, adolescents and children that provides comprehensive treatment by experienced, highly trained professionals. Located in spacious surroundings on a beautifully landscaped suburban campus, the center is specifically designed to provide a comfortable, caring, secure and safe environment in which patients begin the difficult work toward recovery.

128. Welcome To The Center For Conscious Living
Carol B. Low, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist licensed in Illinois and Indiana. Practice includes using guided imagery to address ADHD, eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma, abuse, grief, marriage and other relationships, and selfesteem. Other services are support groups, lectures, and articles.

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129. Eating Disorders
Checklist for symptoms of eating disorders This checklist is based on thedescription of eating disorders found in the fourth edition of the Diagnostic
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Checklist for symptoms of eating disorders
  • Do you feel society pressures you to be thin?
  • Do you feel you must be thin to be OK?
  • Are you preoccupied with food?
  • Do you feel guilty about eating?
  • Do you feel the need to be superior and perfect in academics, athletics and weight control?
  • Do you feel your weight is one of the few aspects of your life which you can control?
  • Do you diet excessively and/or abuse laxatives, diet pills or diuretics?
  • Do you feel you have become isolated from your family and friends?
  • Do you prefer eating alone?
  • Do you count all the calories hidden in every bite you eat?
  • Do you ever consume large amounts of food in a frenzy of hunger?
  • Do you ever induce vomiting after eating, particularly after a binge?
  • Do you exercise excessively?
  • Do you feel fat despite the fact that others tell you that you are thin or OK?
  • Does your weight fluctuate dramatically?
  • 130. Naples Psychological
    Professional site of David M. Smith, Psy.D., a licensed psychologist providing cognitivebehavioral counseling and psychotherapy. He specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression as well as eating disorders and addictions.
    Naples Psychological David M. Smith, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist Psychological services.
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    131. What Are Eating Disorders?
    eating disorders are common among the college age population. The majority ofindividuals with eating disorders are women (about 90%) although men can also

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    What are Eating Disorders?
    Eating disorders refers to a variety of disturbed eating behaviors, all associated with using food for emotional reasons. They range along a continuum from chronic dieting to compulsive overeating to cycles of binging and purging to self-starvation. While the frequency and severity of the problems differ, they all have in common turning to food as a way to cope with problems. Often, there is an underlying belief that being thinner would be a solution to troubles and demonstrate proof of control in one's life. Eating disorders are common among the college age population. The majority of individuals with eating disorders are women (about 90%) although men can also have eating disorders. Women are especially vulnerable to eating disorders because of the societal emphasis placed on appearance, external approval, and thinness as an ideal. The most frequent problem is chronic dieting (normative behavior among college women), followed by compulsive overeating, bulimia, and anorexia. The following descriptions of eating disorders focus on these four types, although keep in mind that not everyone fits a "type."

    132. EDSM
    A recovery site for victims of eating disorders. Quotes, inspiration, my story, ED test, recovery tools.
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    133. Eating Disorders, National Mental Health Information Center
    This fact sheet addresses two of the most common eating disorders—anorexia nervosaand bulimia nervosa.
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    What are eating disorders? Eating disorders often are long-term illnesses that may require long-term treatment. In addition, eating disorders frequently occur with other mental disorders such as depression, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders (NIMH, 2002). The earlier these disorders are diagnosed and treated, the better the chances are for full recovery. This fact sheet identifies the common signs, symptoms, and treatment for three of the most common eating disorders: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder (NIMH, 2002). Back to Top Who has eating disorders? Research shows that more than 90 percent of those who have eating disorders are women between the ages of 12 and 25 (National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 2003). However, increasing numbers of older women and men have these disorders. In addition, hundreds of thousands of boys are affected by these disorders (U.S. DHHS Office on Women's Health, 2000). Back to Top What are the symptoms of eating disorders?

    134. Unreality
    Journal of a young girl suffering from eating disorders and self injury.
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    Thu, Jun. 16th, 2005, 01:04 am
    The song: Breathe *2 AM*, Artist: Anna Nalick
    2Am and I'm still awake writing this song
    If i get it all down on paper it's no longer inside of me threaten' the life it belongs to.
    And I feel like I'm naked in front of the crowd
    Cause these words are my diary screamin' out aloud
    And I know that you'll use them however you want to.
    Cause you can't jump the track
    We're like cars on a cable and life's like an hourglass glued to the table,
    No one can find the rewind button girl
    So just cradle your head in your hands.
    And breathe, just breathe, whoa breathe just breathe Current Music: 2Am and I'm still awake writing this song Link Leave a comment 4 comments
    Tue, Jun. 14th, 2005, 04:52 am My Fucked Up Poems
    The Pain is Killing Me How about a crash, Watch my fat head smash, Maybe an overdose, Slip away as I'm comotose, Suffication will do, See my face turn blue, What about a train, There's my guts and brain, I'll make a noose

    135. Eating Disorders Information & Links (Jenni's Site)
    Find information on various types of eating disorders, Treatment and Recovery onand offline, Memorial sites Maintained Designed by a recovering
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    Dana passed away as a result of Anorexia.
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    136. Ami E. Hartley - Psychotherapy, Relationships And Counseling, San Francisco
    Art therapy breaks through creative blocks for people struggling with life transitions, relationship issues, addictions, ACA / Codependency, depression, post-traumatic stress, eating disorders, grief and loss.
    Home Hypnosis Art Therapy Contact Ami Hartley's Psychotherapy service of San Francisco can help you work through your problems. Are you feeling unsupported by your environment? Do you feel anxious or depressed? Have you turned to addictive behavior to avoid feeling? Do you have difficulty forming and maintaining relationships? Maybe you feel unrewarded or abused in the workplace. In my interpersonal approach to therapy I do two things:
  • Listen in a deep and supportive manner.
  • Help you to strengthen your capacity to direct and guide yourself. In Couples Therapy I also help with communication skills and building trust and empathy. I am trained in art therapy and hypnotherapy, which I can integrate into our sessions or apply exclusively in either modality. I believe each of those who enter therapy are seeking a happier, more balanced life. All sexual orientations welcome. Degrees: M.A., M.P.S. Licenses: L.M.F.T. Licensed Marriage, Family Therapist license # MFC-31024 Certifications: C.A.S. (Certified Addictions Specialist), C.H.T. (Certified Hypnotherapist), A.T.R. (Registered Art Therapist) Areas of Emphasis:
    • Couples / Relationships / Families
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  • 137. Eating Disorders
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    138. Anorexia And Bulimia Eating Disorders New Therapy Treatment - Ensbay Book
    By Dave MacEwan. Explains the counselor's new therapy for the treatment of anorexia and bulimia eating disorders; offers key resources, interactive quiz, and free book.
    Author Excerpts Gen Info Resources ... Order This web site provides hope, treatment resources, body mass evaluation, an interactive quiz, and a dynamic new therapy to help anorexia and bulimia eating disorders sufferers, their supporters, and therapists establish a complete recovery. Currently, our Trilogy (3 books in 1) explaining this therapy is selling for only $5.00 , including free shipping and handling To further demonstrate our committment, we are now offering a totally free book to those unable to afford the cost.
    The Spark of Life Trilogy may help save a loved one's life, or at the least, provide supporters a comforting calm by explaining all aspects of an effective new treatment for anorexia and bulimia sufferers. The author is a licensed counselor who successfully guided his soul mate toward a permanent spark of life through the pervasive dreary darkness of her severely incapacitating eating disorders. Read the amazing real life stories of how he helped his mate overcome the baffling bleakness of bulimia (book 1) over a few years and the absolute agony of severe anorexia (book 2) in a mere half year using his very own therapy (book 3). The third book provides an easily understood methodical explanation of how this dynamic new therapy was applied in the first book on bulimia and in the second on severe anorexia. The Trilogy is not a "war story" glorifying the horrors of eating disorders sufferers, but it is more a practical solution filled guide of what exactly should be done by those sufferers, their supporters, and therapists to effect the most affordable and longest lasting recovery possible. Amidst his prolonged assistance, the author was able to discover the

    139. Eating Disorder Treatment - Anorexia Bulimia And Compulsive Overeating Anorexia
    Residential programs that vary slightly between the two treatment locations.Includes discussion of philosophy that eating disorders are a disease.
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    The treatment staff at Rader Programs has been providing the highest quality eating disorders treatment for over 20 years. It is our mission to help save the lives of those suffering from these devastating disorders. Our staff of caring and experienced professionals, many who are recovering themselves, assist the affected individual and their family in developing a life long program for recovery. We recognize the complexity of eating disorders and understand the emotional, physical, nutritional, exercise, family and social components. Our treatment approach is centered on the special needs of each individual and we provide a nurturing, supportive environment to help individuals achieve recovery.

    140. AEST - Adult Sexual Abuse Survivors Support And Information
    Support to survivors of sexual abuse either as a child or adult, with related subjects such as date rape, male rape, panic attack, eating disorders and self harm. Contains a number of discussion forums.
    childhood sexual abuse survivor support
    Supporting adult survivors of sexual abuse since March 1997 (starman_uk's first site)
    60+ support forums, multiple chat rooms and information for survivors of childhood and adult sexual abuse or rape; for both female and male sexual abuse survivors from the UK and around the world. Also related subjects such as date rape, male rape, panic attack, eating disorders, self harm, and inner child work.
    Abused empowered survive thrive Incorporating starman_uk's recovery site; abuse recovery uk (ARUK) ;
    abuse survivors united (ASU) ; abuse survivors UK (ASUK) and male survivors UK (MSUK)
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