The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook: An Eight-Week Individualized Program to Overcome Compulsive Eating and Make Peace with Food (Paperback)

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An innovative and customizable 8-week plan to help you take control of your eating habits--once and for all.

Do you feel like your eating gets out of control? When it comes to food, does it feel like your life is controlled by cycles of deprivation and bingeing? Whether or not you've been formally diagnosed with a binge-eating disorder, you know that something needs to change. But like many disorders, what helps one person may not help another. That's why The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook offers a wide range of evidence-based tools to help you take charge of your eating habits.

Using the eight-week protocol in this workbook, you'll learn how to recognize your triggers, cope with difficult emotions, improve relationships, and make healthy food choices that will ultimately improve how you feel. You'll learn to understand the underlying causes of your binge eating, how to recognize binge-inducing environmental factors, why dieting just doesn't work, and mindfulness techniques to help you stay present when the urge to binge takes hold.

If you're ready to break the shame-filled cycle of binge eating, this workbook has everything you need to get started today.

About the Author

Gia Marson, EdD, is a licensed psychologist with private practices in Santa Monica and Malibu, CA. Marson is the psychologist consultant to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine Nourish for Life eating disorders program. She is also an integrative health coach trained by Duke Integrative Medicine, and serves as clinical director for the Breaking The Chains Foundation. Marson has spent the last two decades helping clients reach their whole health goals by conducting trainings, teaching, and providing clinical supervision. She also served as director of the UCLA CAPS Eating Disorder Program, a psychologist on the UCLA Athletic Care Committee, and as a clinician at The Renfrew Center's Intensive Outpatient Program, and the Monte Nido Treatment Center's Residential Program. Danielle Keenan-Miller, PhD, is a psychological scientist, teacher, and therapist. She is director of the UCLA Psychology Clinic, and associate adjunct professor of psychology at UCLA where she trains graduate students in evidence-based psychotherapy. She has written more than a dozen scientific articles, and serves on the board of the Association of Psychology Training Clinics. Along with Marson, she is cofounder of She also has a private practice in Los Angeles, CA, where she blends the art and science of psychotherapy.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781684033614
ISBN-10: 1684033616
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Publication Date: September 1st, 2020
Pages: 256
Language: English