Rules of "Normal" Eating PDF ePub eBook

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Rules of Everyone who has struggled with food--whether they're an overeater, undereater, or somewhere in between-- would like to know how to eat "normally." This commonsense approach combines cognitive-behavioural techniques and mindfulness to get pleasure and satisfaction from eating. Filled with humour, compassion, insight, and practical wisdom. An ideal self-help book for chronic dieters, individuals recovering from eating disorders, and anyone who is not comfortable with food. This book is unlike any other published by Gurze Books, but it is should appeal to all of our readers.

About Karen Koenig

Karen R. Koenig Contributor residences (Roxbury, MA): Psychotherapist and educator, former chronic dieter and world-class binger, Karen Koenig, LicSW, M.Ed. transformed herself from overweight and unhappy to fulfilled and weight-comfortable by learning to become a "normal" eater. She is a clinical social worker in private practice with more than 20 years' experience helping hundreds of compulsive, emotional, and restrictive eaters learn to eat normally. A skilled and dynamic teacher, Ms. Koenig runs graduate social work and psychology continuing education programs in eating and weight management, where she teaches her "normal eating" model. She is a founding member of the Greater Boston Committee of the Massachusetts Eating Disorders Association, and is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers, Massachusetts Chapter Private Practice Committee. As a frequent contributor to Focus, NASW's state publication, Ms. Koenig has written columns on eating, weight, and body image problems. Her personal essays have been published in The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and other local and national publications. She was a semifinalist in the 1999 Massachusetts Film Office Screenwriting Contest and received a Certificate of Achievement in the 1996 Writer's Digest Literary Short Story Contest. Over the past three decades, she has been interviewed on radio, television, and in print and served as spokeswoman for groups such as 9 to 5, Organization of Women Office Workers, the FACE Program, and the Self-Esteem Boston Educational Institute.

Details Book

Author : Karen Koenig
Publisher : Gurze Books
Data Published : 14 January 2005
ISBN : 0936077212
EAN : 9780936077215
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 235 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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