The Radically Open DBT Workbook for Eating Disorders (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
224
Utgivningsdatum
2022-06-09
Förlag
New Harbinger Publications
Medarbetare
Lynch, Thomas R. (foreword)
Dimensioner
251 x 203 x 20 mm
Vikt
422 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781684038930
The Radically Open DBT Workbook for Eating Disorders (häftad)

The Radically Open DBT Workbook for Eating Disorders

From Overcontrol and Loneliness to Recovery and Connection

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-06-09
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A groundbreaking workbook to help you develop healthy coping strategies, build a solid support network, and stay on the path to recovery.If youve been in therapy for an eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia, your past treatment may have focused on helping you control your emotions and contain your behaviors. However, research now shows that many people with eating disorders actually suffer from emotional overcontrol. Based on more than twenty years of research, this breakthrough workbook offers skills based in radically open dialectical behavior therapy (RO DBT), a proven-effective, transdiagnostic approach for treating disorders of overcontrol (OC).With this compassionate workbook, youll learn how to move beyond the unhealthy coping strategies that keep you feeling isolated and lonely, find tips for building a solid support network and enriching social connections, and develop your own personalized plan for staying on the path to recovery. Youll also find assessments to help you determine the root cause of your OC disorder, exercises for increasing social engagement, and skills for improving social flexibility, trust, and intimacy.Having an eating disorder can make you feel like youre alone in the world. Even if youre in recovery, you may have days when feelings of isolation are too much, and you may feel tempted to fall back into unhealthy patterns of eating or restrictive eating. This workbook will help you build your own treatment tribe, a group of people that help lift you up and support you as you find your way to a full recovery and a rich, meaningful life.
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Karyn D. Hall, PhD, is the director of the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Center in Houston and a DBT Trainer/Consultant with Treatment Implementation Collaborative. She is the coauthor of The Power of Validation and is on the Board of Directors for National Education Alliance Borderline Personality Disorder (NEA.BPD). She has a doctorate with a specialty in clinical child psychology, and is a member of the Association of Behavior and Cognitive Therapy and is on the education advisory committee for Houston NAMI. Author of SAVVY, Mindfulness Exercises, and The Emotionally Sensitive Person. She is the founder of the Healing Hearts of Families conference in Houston. She blogs for Psychology Today and PsychCentral and recently was filmed by The Learning Channel as the expert therapist on a documentary about overeating. She also has a podcast called The Emotionally Sensitive Person, available on iTunes.Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher, PhD, is founder and director of the eating disorders clinic at the University of Illinois Medical Center, where she is also an associate professor. She has over ten years of clinical experience as a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in eating disorders and women's mental health issues. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Academy for Eating Disorders.Thomas R. Lynch, PhD, FBPsS, is professor emeritus of clinical psychology at the University of Southampton school of psychology. Previously, he was director of the Duke Cognitive-Behavioral Research and Treatment Program at Duke University from 1998-2007. He relocated to Exeter University in the UK in 2007. Lynch's primary research interests include understanding and developing novel treatments for mood and personality disorders using a translational line of inquiry that combines basic neurobiobehavioral science with the most recent technological advances in intervention research. He is founder of radically open dialectical behavior therapy (RO DBT). Lynch has received numerous awards and special recognitions from organizations such as the National Institutes of Health-US (NIMH, NIDA), Medical Research Council-UK (MRC-EME), and the National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD). His research has been recognized in the Science and Advances Section of the National Institutes of Health Congressional Justification Report; and he is a recipient of the John M. Rhoades Psychotherapy Research Endowment, and a Beck Institute Scholar.