After achieving a level of recovery from an eating disorder, it is vital to ensure the right practical and emotional supports are in place to maintain that recovery indefinitely. In this important book, Naomi Feigenbaum confronts the often neglected subject of how to take the essential steps towards a healthy and happy life after recovering from an eating disorder.
This inspirational companion offers a wide range of healthy coping skills that are supported by expert advice from treatment professionals. Issues explored range from the practical aspects of recovery such as how to confront triggers and work with a treatment team, to the emotional hurdles that include accepting one's body, coping with trauma and sustaining meaningful relationships. A number of real people in recovery are introduced, proving that every experience is unique and the key to maintaining a healthy life is finding a path that works for the individual. This guide will help to signpost that path and inspire those in recovery with the confidence to take responsibility for their choices and ultimately their lives.
Written with the aim of helping those in recovery discover their own unique insights and passions and awaken a desire to enjoy life to the fullest, this positive and life-affirming book will be an invaluable aid for anyone in recovery from an eating disorder, their family, friends, and the healthcare professionals who work with them.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 428 g
Dimensions: 225 x 150 x 16 mm
One of the most helpful aspects associated with Naomi Feigenbaum's "Maintaining Recovery from Eating Disorders" is the lack of triggering information. Unlike many other books on these increasingly common mental health conditions, the focus is on the journey sufferers face beyond eating disorders. While most books about eating disorders look at the symptoms experienced during periods of illness, Feigenbaum shows the reader how to truly embrace recovery. Anyone who is actively in recovery from an eating disorder will find the practical, easy to understand information on recovering life to be extremely helpful. -- Kate Le Page, Suite101.com
Focusing on how to stay healthy after initial recovery from an eating disorder, this book is aimed at anyone coping with daily life after concluding in- or outpatient treatment. Feigenbaum offers sensible advice and gives specific recommendations, e.g., keep a journal and find a reputable nutritionist....Anyone trying to stay on a healthful track after completing treatment for eating disorders can find helpful words of advice here. -- Library Journal
Maintaining Recovery from Eating Disorders is a beautiful account of healing - woven together with wisdom, support, and much hope. But author Naomi Feigenbaum doesn't stop there. She takes us beyond eating disorder recovery and into life! Her book is a testimony to the fact that we recover from our eating disorders in order to recover our true selves. We get rid of Ed and get our lives back. Thanks, Naomi, for sharing your life with us. -- Jenni Schaefer, Author of Goodbye Ed, Hello Me: Recover from Your Eating Disorder and Fall in Love with Life and Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too
[This book] helps empower the reader to continue her journey of self-discovery and emotional growth. -- From the foreword by Rebekah Bardwell, founder and director of The Center for Intuitive Eating Intensive Outpatient Eating Disorders Program, Hollywood Pavilion, Hollywood, FL.
By means of several progressive case studies illustrating practical techniques skilfully woven into the narrative, the author draws on her own experience as a graduate of the treatment facility she remains associated with professionally, inspired by her erstwhile focal counsellor... Written in an engaging user-friendly manner, this book might serve as a valuable resource for practitioners to recommend as a handbook for clients who are reaching the reintegration stage of recovery post-treatment. -- John George Graham, Therapeutic Counsellor * Intervene *
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