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The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook: An Eight-Week Individualized Program to Overcome Compulsive Eating and Make Peace with Food

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An innovative and customizable 8-week plan to help you take control of your eating habits—once and for all.

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I am grateful for the input from expert reviewers – Dr Gia

“The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook is an outstanding resource and valuable contribution to our field. It is exceptionally well researched, and the material is presented in a clear and relatable manner. Based on their years of clinical experience, Keenan-Miller and Marson truly understand the daily struggles of patients with BED and how to help, and this is evident throughout the book. I look forward to recommending it to patients and colleagues.”
—Hope W. Levin, MD, director of psychiatry for UCLA counseling and psychological services

“The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook provides an easy-to-follow, comprehensive, and nonjudgmental way to address binge eating in your life. The authors are effective in walking you through realistic, concrete, and achievable ways to successfully move on from binge eating patterns. This workbook will be an excellent addition to my tool kit as a sport psychologist treating eating disorders within the student-athlete population. I highly recommend this workbook for anyone, clinician or not, looking to break down the seemingly ominous task of working through binge eating disorder in a thoughtful and intentional manner.”
—James Houle, PhD ABPP, lead sport psychologist for the Ohio State University department of athletics; counseling psychologist specializing in sport psychology and eating disorders; and assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral health at Ohio State University

“Finally! A practical, clear, step-by-step guide to help reduce binge eating. I am so thrilled to be able to recommend this beautifully written and inspiring workbook to my patients and anyone struggling with compulsive eating.”
—Leslie Kaplan, MD, adolescent and young adult medicine expert in the medical care of eating disorders

“It’s so rare to find a book that achieves the perfect balance between user-friendliness and hard-core science. Science has the answers, and Marson and Keenan-Miller have deftly turned that science into concrete tasks and activities that anyone can do. This workbook is going to help a lot of people who are stuck in the dieting and bingeing cycle.”
—A. Janet Tomiyama, PhD, associate professor of psychology; and director of the dieting, stress, and health laboratory at UCLA

“The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook offers the perfect combination of compassion and science. Opportunities for self-reflection and personalized worksheets make this book very engaging, and the best choice for success in overcoming binge eating disorder. Moreover, advice from trusted therapists working with individuals battling BED, and personal insights from those who have recovered, are presented throughout the book—offering real-life application of essential strategies. I applaud the authors for developing a comprehensive and user-friendly workbook that is certain to help so many find peace with food and lasting recovery from BED.”
—Kathy Isoldi, PhD, RDN, CDN, associate professor of nutrition at LIU Post in Brookville, NY; and former obesity treatment counselor and coordinator of clinical services at the Comprehensive Weight Control Center at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, NY