By Glenn Waller, Victoria Mountford, Rachel Lawson, Emma Gray, Helen Cordery, Hendrik Hinrichsen
Do you or does an individual you recognize be afflicted by an consuming ailment, corresponding to anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or a much less common set of indicators? the simplest, evidence-based therapy for adults with consuming issues is cognitive-behavioural remedy (CBT). This booklet provides a powerful self-help CBT programme for all consuming issues, in an available layout. It teaches talents to victims and carers alike. This e-book is suitable to any patient, if: • you're not but certain approximately no matter if to hunt support • you're not yes the place to discover support • your loved ones surgeon or others suggest that you simply try out a self-help process • you're anticipating remedy with a clinician, and need to get the absolute best begin to beating your consuming affliction
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Section 2 For the sufferer This section is written for the person who has the eating disorder. However, it is also important to share this material with your carers in order to allow them to understand what you will need to do. We will cover the following areas: • whether you have a problem that deserves consideration • your motivation to change or stay the same • making your mind up whether now is the time to do therapy for your eating disorder (balancing your motivation and your current life circumstances) • getting started with therapy, including planning out what you will need to do 17 4 Am I making a fuss about nothing?
You are more aware of the disadvantages of your eating disorder and the advantages of resolving it, but another part of you is still very afraid of this. • This book can help you to start thinking about why your eating disorder has developed, why it has not resolved itself, the longer-term consequences on your life if it continues, and what you could do in the future to resolve it. , in the next month). , devising a regular eating plan, recruiting friends and family for support, getting a referral for treatment).
Discuss what you read in this book with your partner, carers, friends or others, as much as you can (even if you start only by asking them to read it). If you do not have anyone who can support you in this way, then have you considered talking to others who have 37 38 Section 2: For the sufferer experienced an eating problem? You can use the resources listed in Appendix 1 to find that sort of support for yourself. ) • Step 4: Be appropriately assertive. If your needs are not met, you will be left feeling deprived, isolated, and uncared for.
Beating Your Eating Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioral Self-Help Guide for Adult Sufferers and their Carers by Glenn Waller, Victoria Mountford, Rachel Lawson, Emma Gray, Helen Cordery, Hendrik Hinrichsen