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    Eating Disorder Resources: For You

    Eating Disorders Current Research Opportunities:

    The Eating Disorder Recovery Registry (EDRR) is a registry of persons who have recovered from eating disorders who are willing to engage in research. They receive an annual confidential survey via email. The EDRR is also a place for persons who have recovered to support others by sharing their stories of recovery; contributors may remain anonymous. St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute is not affiliated or involved with the study, and the treatment at the Institute is not impacted by decisions to participate or not participate in the study.

    Eating Disorder Organizations & Helpful Websites:

    Broken Mirror: Understanding and Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder 
    Katharine Phillips
    ISBN 0195121260

    The BDD Workbook: Overcome Body Dysmorphic Disorder and End Body Image Obsessions 
    James Claiborn & Cherry Pedrick

    The Feeling Good Handbook 
    David Burns
    ISBN 0688017452

    Neysa Jane, Body Dysmorphic Disorder Fund, Inc. 
    [email protected]

    Anony, M & Swinson, R. (2009). When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough, 2nd Edition.  Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Astrachan-Fletche. E. & Maslar, M. (2009).  The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bulimia. Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Barlow, D. & Craske, M.  (2007).  Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic, 4th Edition. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 

    Cash T. (1997).  The Body Image Workbook:  An 8-Step Program for Learning to Like Your Looks.  Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Chansky, T. (2004).  Freeing Your Child From Anxiety. New York, Broadway Books.

    Chansky, T. (2000).  Freeing Your Child from OCD.  New York, Three Rivers Press.

    Claiborn, J. & Pedrick, C. (2002).  The BDD Workbook:  Overcome Body Dysmorphic Disorder and End Body Image Obsessions. Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Conterio, K. & Lader, W. (1998).  Bodily Harm.  New York, Hyperion.

    Fairburn, C. (1995).  Overcoming Binge Eating. New York, The Guilford Press.

    Fossum, M. & Mason, M. (1989).  Facing Shame:  Families in Recovery.  New York, W.W. Norton & Co. Inc.

    Greenberg, D. & Padesky, C. (1995).  Mind Over Mood:  Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Think.  New York, The Guilford Press.

    Hall, L. & Cohn, L. (1999).  Bulimia Nervosa:  A Guide To Recovery. Carlsbad, Gurze Books.

    Hall, L. & Ostroff, M. (1999).  Anorexia Nervosa:  A Guide to Recovery. Carlsbad, Gurze Books.

    Herrin, M. & Matsumoto, N. (2007) The Parent’s Guide to Eating Disorders:  Supporting Self-Esteem, Healthy Eating & Positive Body Image at Home, 2nd Edition. Carlsbad, Gurze Books.

    Herzog, D., Franko, D. & Cable P. (2008).  Unlocking the Mysteries of Eating Disorders: A Life-Saving Guide to Your Child’s Treatment and Recovery.  New York.  McGraw Hill.

    Hyman, B. & Pedrick, C. (2005). The OCD Workbook:  Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, 2nd Edition. Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Le Grange, D. & Lock, J. (2005) Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder.  New York: Guilford Press.

    Levenkron, S. (2006).  Cutting: Understanding and Overcoming Self-Mutilation. New York, W.W. Norton and Company.

    Matsakis, A. (1996).  I Can’t Get Over It:  A Handbook for Trauma Survivors.  Oakland, New Harbinger.

    Markway, B., Carmin, C., Pollard, C.A., & Flynn, T. (1992).  Dying of Embarrassment.  Oakland, New Harbinger Publications.

    Pollard, C.A. & Zuercher-White, E. (2003).  The Agoraphobia Workbook:  A Comprehensive Program to End Your Fear of Symptom Attacks. Oakland, New Harbinger Publications.

    Sacker, I. & Zimmer, M. (2001).  Dying To Be Thin.  New York, Grand Central Publishing.

    Schaefer, J. (2009).  Good-bye Ed, Hello Me:  Recover From Your Eating Disorder and Fall in Love with Your Life.   New York, McGraw Hill.

    Schaefer, J. (2004).  Life Without Ed:  How One Woman Declared Independence From Her Eating Disorder and How You can Too.  New York, McGraw Hill.

    Schiraldi, G. (2009).  The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook, 2nd Edition.  New York, McGraw Hill.

    Siegel, M., Brisman, J. & Weinshel, M. (2009). Surviving and Eating Disorder:  Strategies for Family and Friends, 3rd Edition. New York, Harper Collins Publisher, Inc. 

    Thompson, ED. & Franklin C. (2010).  The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook:  A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems After Trauma.  Oakland, New Harbinger Publications.

    Waller, G., Mountford, V., Lawson, R., Gray, E., Cordery, H., & Hinrichsen, H. (2010)  Beating Your Eating Disorder:  A Cognitive-Behavioral Self-Help Guide for Adult Sufferers and Their Careers. New York, Cambridge University Press.

    Young, J. & Klosko, J. (1993).  Reinventing Your Life. New York, Penguin Group.

    Zerbe, K. (1995).  Body Betrayed;  A Deeper Understanding of Women, Eating Disorders and Treatment.  Carlsbad, Gurze Books.

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