3 Must-Read Books for People in Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder | HuffPostFar from harmless, Dr. Martz calls women to task about how they participate and perpetuate their own political, economic, and social subjugation through fat talk and criticizing other women. Martz also includes an extensive bibliography. Editor and author Andrew Seubert explains at the beginning that he was moved to write this book following the death of his step-daughter from intractable anorexia. By this revelation, he demonstrates with candor and humanity that we healers may also suffer from the same traumas as our patients; his creating this book represents an example of post traumatic growth at its best. Together with fellow editor, Pam Virdi, they have compiled the work of 38 international clinicians and researchers to examine the role of trauma in the development and maintenance of eating disorders and to analyze the various treatment modalities. Chapters include the neurobiology of trauma and eating disorders, the healing ingredients of the therapeutic relationship, EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, Internal Family Systems, neurofeedback and the eating disordered brain, hypnosis, somatic experiencing, art and dance therapy, working with dissociation in addition to the range of techniques needed to dismantle the eating disorder and trauma identity.
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