Eating Disorders

Appetite Awareness
Craighead, L. 2006. The Appetite Awareness Workbook. New Harbinger.
The Appetite Awareness Workbook offers an eight-week, cognitive behavioural therapy program to help the reader to learn to pay attention to hunger cues, keep track of their feelings about food, and develop an eating schedule that discourages binge eating. In a series of exercises, the book guides the reader towards developing and maintaining normal and healthy eating habits.

Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disroder
Treasure, J. Smith, G, & Crane, A. 2007. Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder. Routledge.
The authors use evidence-based research and personal experience, as well as practical support skills, to advise the reader on a number of difficult areas in caring for someone with an eating disorder. These include working towards positive change through good communication skills, developing problem-solving skills, building resilience and managing difficult  behaviour.

The Invisible Man
Morgan,J. 208. The Invisible Man: A Self-Help Guide for Men with Eating Disorders, Compulsive Exercise and Bigorexia. Routledge.
The Invisible Man applies the latest research to produce a practical, problem-focused self-help manual for men with eating disorders and body image problems. Combining the science of cognitive behavioural therapy with motivational enhancement and problem-solving therapies, The Invisible Man presents a seven stage approach to treatment that will provide help to men with body image disorders, as well as families and professionals involved in their care.