12 edition of REGAINING YOUR SELF: BREAKING FREE FROM THE EATING DISORDER IDENTITY found in the catalog.
March 6, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||208|
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In Regaining Your Self, Dr. Sacker explains the phenomenon of the Eating Disorder Identity and describes why this is the least identified concept in traditional treatment methods, yet most detrimental aspect of the disorder. Further, Sacker explains how in an attempt to substitute their former identity, many eating disorder patients adopt their Author: Ira Sacker MD.
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[Ira M Sacker; Sheila Buff] -- A new understanding and approach to eating disorders from a renowned expert. Nearly 5 percent of Americans face an eating disorder--and eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental. Regaining Your Self offers hope in the battle against eating disorders through a radical new therapy technique pioneered by Ira M.
Sacker, M.D. A leader in the field, Dr. Sacker has been treating patients with eating disorders for thirty-five years. The most difficult, yet far most important part of recovery, is to rediscover your own identity, your true self.
The longer you live with an eating disorder, the more your eating disorder behaviors are shaping your identity. At some point, your identity becomes so intertwined with your eating disorder that you believe it defines who you are.
Regaining your self: understanding and conquering the eating disorder identity. [Ira M Sacker; Sheila Buff] Illusions of perfection -- Seeking identity -- Breaking free -- PIRT: a new approach -- The process of recovering the self -- The passion pursuit -- Family and community identity -- The trauma self -.
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Regaining Your Self: Breaking Free From the Eating Disorder Identity: A Bold New Approach by Ira M. Sacker and Sheila Buff: Dr. Sacker — who has 35 years of experience in eating disorder treatment — is a well-respected expert whose book is already being used over and over to supplement therapy.
Ira M. Sacker, MD, author of Regaining Your Self: Breaking Free from the Eating Disorder Identity (Hyperion): Thank you so much for your excellent work in making Regaining Your Self a reality.
Seth Roberts, PhD, author of The Shangri-La Diet (Putnam): Helping me write the book, Sheila Buff provided a good sounding board, much-needed health. Author(s): Sacker,Ira M; Buff,Sheila Title(s): Regaining your self: breaking free from the eating disorder identity: a bold new approach/ Ira M.
Saker and Sheila Buff. Edition: 1st ed. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Hyperion, c Disorder Identity ^, regaining your self understanding and conquering the eating disorder identity dr ira sacker md on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers you are not what you dont eat never has there been a mental disorder so controversial in the theories surrounding its causes regaining your.
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Sheila Buff We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free. Also, Ira Sacker, the doctor cited in the article has written several excellent books on the genesis and treatment of eating disorders.
For those who want to explore the topic of “identity” further, I’d recommend his release: “Regaining Your Self: Breaking Free from the Eating Disorder Identity.”.
according to Sacker, whose latest book is "Regaining Your Self: Breaking Free From the Eating Disorder Identity." At 38, thepound Desormeaux noted that he never has been a giant .Izzy Hello:) I have had Anorexia and depression for c.a 5 years and been in and out of hospital for 2 years.
But now im living my life like a normal teenager, I still have my ups and downs now and again, but i still stay positive and never give up.Use the table of contents or index to find those chapters or sections relevant to your topic.
Moorpark College Library organizes its book collection by subject using assigned call numbers from the Library of Congress. Ira M. Regaining Your Self: Breaking Free from the Eating Disorder Identity.
New York: Hyperion,