Binge/Compulsive Eating Workbook 9781920824778

Binge/Compulsive Eating Workbook

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Author: Pfeiffer, Richard

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This comprehensive Binge/Compulsive Eating Workbook is part of the Real Solutions workbook series by Richard Pfeiffer. The workbook is comprehensive and represents one session per week over a 12-week course. The successful outcome of this course will require a commitment in advance to set aside time for the entire 12 sessions of the workbook. The workbook is on two levels - identification and development of skills to deal with the problems.

The workbook explores the context and the environment for the problem rather than the manifestation by suggesting a fad diet or exercise. It looks at the issues confronting the individual beyond the clinical presentation. It tackles the issue through a learned process of change.

The Binge/Compulsive Eating Workbook is about more than identifying the issues, it is also a workbook to develop skills, and each new skill relies to some extent on what has previously been learned, you will need to do the sessions in sequence. It is best to do one session per week, however you may complete the sessions at a faster pace without significant consequences. Completion of this workbook will pay off in many ways.

The 12 sessions deal with, but are not limited to, some of the following issues:

  • Learning about the past without getting stuck there.
  • Challenge your behaviour so it may be changed.
  • Assessment of the situation.
  • Survival strategies for shame.
  • Denial and withdrawal.
  • Keeping a food journal.

This popular title has helped thousands of people worldwide develop understanding and coping strategies and skills to deal with this common social problem. The workbook has been extensively used in Australian high schools and TAFE Colleges.

  • Format: Paperback
  • Series: Real Solutions Workbooks
  • Series Number: 3
  • Publication Date: 27/04/2004
  • Publisher: Knowledge Books and Software
  • Subject: Business Studies
  • Audience: Secondary