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019    56461740|a59259385|a1016597083 
020    1572243627|q(pbk.) 
020    9781572243620 
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100 1  Heffner, Michelle. 
245 14 The anorexia workbook :|bhow to accept yourself, heal your
       suffering, and reclaim your life /|cMichelle Heffner, 
       Georg H. Eifert ; foreword by Steven C. Hayes. 
260    Oakland, CA :|bNew Harbinger,|c©2004. 
300    x, 197 pages :|billustrations ;|c28 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  A New Harbinger self-help workbook 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-197). 
505 00 |tForeword: Starting from Here --|tUnderstanding Anorexia 
       --|tAn Anorexia Self-Test --|tTreating Anorexia with ACT: 
       Change What You Do, Not What You Think and Feel --|tAccept
       --Choose--Take Action: The Basics of Acceptance and 
       Commitment Therapy --|tWhen Control Gets Out of Control --
       |tLearning to Be a Mindful Observer --|tApproach Difficult
       Situations with Acceptance --|tChoosing Valued Directions 
       --|tStaying Committed to Valued Living --|tEmily's Journey
       to Recovery --|tProfessional Treatment Issues --
       |tProfessional Treatment Options --|tEstablished 
       Psychological Treatments For Anorexia --|tPreparing for 
       Treatment with a Therapist --|tA Chapter for Loved Ones --
       |tAssess Your Progress. 
520 1  "Despite ever-widening media attention and public 
       awareness of the problem, American women continue to 
       struggle with anorexia nervosa in greater numbers than 
       ever before. If you're trying to move past anorexia, 
       making the decision to seek help is wonderful start. Based
       on a compassionate new model of psychotherapy called 
       acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT, this book 
       builds on the idea that your past efforts to overcome 
       anorexia may have caused you more harm than good. This 
       approach works to free you from the judgments associated 
       with anorexia, from the implication that there is 
       something wrong with you. Instead, the book guides you 
       through an approach that encourages you to mindfully 
       observe difficult thoughts and feelings without reacting 
       to them in a self-destructive way. Once you're in this 
       more compassionate and receptive frame of mind, the step-
       by-step techniques in the book can help you redirect 
       energy you used to spend on losing weight into taking 
       positive action to heal both your body and mind."--Back 
650  0 Anorexia nervosa|vPopular works. 
650  0 Anorexia nervosa|xTreatment|vPopular works. 
650  7 Anorexia nervosa.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00809949 
650  7 Anorexia nervosa|xTreatment.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00809961 
650 12 Anorexia Nervosa|xtherapy. 
650 12 Feeding and Eating Disorders|xtherapy. 
650 17 Anorexia nervosa.|2gtt 
650 17 Behandeling.|2gtt 
655  2 Popular Work. 
655  7 Popular works.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423846 
700 1  Eifert, Georg H.,|d1952- 
700 1  Hayes, Steven C. 
830  2 A New Harbinger self-help workbook. 
994    C0|bSTJ 
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