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This unique workbook is full of in-depth information, moving personal stories and insightful writing exercises to help people understand and resolve their food, weight and body image issues. Its sensitive insights teach readers how to be at peace with their bodies. Individuals and groups, world-wide, are using The Don't Diet, Live-It Workbook as a healing guide and now you can too!
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Andrea Wachter, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and grief. Andrea is the author of Getting Over Overeating for Teens and is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Andrea is an inspirational counselor, author and speaker who uses professional expertise, humor and personal recovery to help others.
Marsea Marcus, LMFT is a licensed therapist and author specializing in the healing of eating disorders, sexual abuse, trauma, and depression. She obtained her Master’s degree from John F. Kennedy University. She is a trained Process Therapist and is also certified in the use of EMDR, a trauma therapy. Marsea has worked in several inpatient treatment centers for eating disorders and addiction recovery. She also maintains a private practice in Northern California.
What People are Saying About This
Participating in the exercises is like attending an in-depth workshop. The true-to-life experiences and insights offered are extremely valuable and apply to all areas of life. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to delve deep within and remove blockages to self acceptance. With this self-help book the reader could easily achieve the goals outlined and have more compassion with themselves regarding their food/body issues.
Carol Sun, MFCC
A terrain that was once dim, murky, and full of pitfalls is mapped out and well lit in this courageous book. Written as a combination workbook and journal, each chapter makes distinctions that are useful in moving toward peace with one’s body.
The heart of this compassionate journey is in listening to and trusting in oneself, knowing when you are hungry, knowing what you are hungry for, and knowing how to respond to those hungers.
I use this book in my clincial work. I find that it encourages a deeper dialogue, offers concrete ways of finding inner solutions for inner problems, and helps clients develop, as the authors say, “full lives not full stomachs.”
Ann Whittington, MFCC
Don’t Diet, Live-It! contains insight, compassion and guidance to help women of all ages on their journeys to establish a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. A must read!
(Debra Waterhouse, MPH, RD, author of Like Mother, Like Daughter)
Having reviewed a lot of books like this one, Don’t Diet, Live-It! is one of the clearest, most practical and useful books I’ve ever seen.
(Eric Schoeck,radio interviewer, author and events coordinator)