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You can take charge of your eating habits

In the eight-week program provided in The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook, you’ll become empowered to change your relationship with food and boost your quality of life.

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This book speaks directly to anyone suffering from binge eating, helping them to identify factors that keep them stuck in the binge cycle and to build their own Binge Eating Prevention Plan.

Carolyn Costin, LMFT

Founder, Monte Nido Treatment Center

Get the tools you need

The program in this book is specifically designed to put you on the path to intentional eating. If you’re ready to stop binge eating, compulsive eating, or emotional eating for good, this book will show you how.

You’ll learn how to

Recognize your triggers

Cope well with emotions

Pause before taking action

Reconnect with your body’s internal cues

Eat and live mindfully

Why we wrote this book

We wrote this book to share an important message:

You were born knowing exactly how to nourish your body.

Yet many millions of people get stuck in unhelpful habits and negative thoughts around food. They often look outside of themselves to diet fads and popular myths for direction. But true healing comes from within, from realigning and connecting with what your body already knows. Eating is one of the most natural things we humans do. I want it to be natural again for you too.

The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook provides an easy-to-follow, comprehensive, and nonjudgmental way to address binge eating in your life. It’s an excellent addition to my tool kit as a sport psychologist treating eating disorders within the student-athlete population.

James Houle, PhD, ABPP
lead sport psychologist, Ohio State University

Take a peek inside this book

Flip through an excerpt from Week 4 of the program to get a
sample of what this workbook is all about.

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Expert Reviews

“Drs. Marson and Miller have put together a respectful, comprehensive, and wholistic approach to treating Binge Eating Disorder which clearly navigates the pitfalls of dieting. By combining science, wisdom, and a broad psychological knowledge base, they gently offer clear step-by-step guidelines to a healthier and happier you. As a long-time expert in the field of eating disorders, I highly recommend this creative, practical and user friendly workbook.”

Cyndi Koch, Psy.D
Founder and director of The Koch Center, founder and former director of The Renfrew Center of New Jersey

“Marson and Keenan Miller offer a way of understanding Binge Eating Disorder that removes the stigma and shame that this illness has previously carried with it. The book is inclusive of all BED sufferers, leaving the reader to feel understood and ready to take action. It holds the attention of the reader with well thought out self-reflective exercises, expert interviews, and tips for making gradual change. As we move away from diet culture and towards a proper mental health lens for understanding binge eating, this book will serve as a manual for overcoming the allure of rigid eating plans and willpower based interventions.”

Heather Russo, LMFT, iaedp CEDS-S
Certified Supervisor, International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals

“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, Drs. Keenan-Miller and Marson truly understand the daily struggles of patients with binge eating disorder 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
psychiatry director, University of California Los Angeles, counseling and psychological services

“The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook provides an easy to follow, comprehensive, and non-judgmental 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 toolkit 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. He is board certified as a counseling psychologist and specializes in sport psychology and eating disorders. Dr. Houle is an assistant professor in the department psychiatry and behavioral health at the 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 the University of California, Los Angeles

“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 (BED). 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 Long Island University/Post, Brookville, NY and former obesity treatment counselor and coordinator of Clinical Services at The Comprehensive Weight Control Center at Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY

“Lean In….. Thank you Gia and Danielle for creating a workbook that takes the reader on an 8 week journey to wholeness. With positivity and hope you ‘challenge to change’ the readers relationship with food, self and others. The interactive chapters, activities, examples and research are well organized and lead you through with compassion and grace. Thank you for giving us access to this well stocked toolbox”

Anna Kowalski MA
licensed marriage and family therapist, certified eating disorder specialist and former chief experience officer of Monte Nido and Affiliates

“As the owner of a Residential Treatment Center working with teenagers, I have found that resources such as Dr Marson and Miller’s Binge Eating Prevention Workbook serve as invaluable tools for our program and clinical team, who are consistently challenged with treating a variety of diagnoses and symptoms. While our program specifically focuses on mental and emotional health treatment, our adolescent clients often struggle with their relationship to food, maintaining a balanced diet and committing to healthy living. This workbook will certainly be an indispensable resource for our therapists, clients, and families.”

Jeremy Manné
founder of Pacific Teen Treatment, Malibu, California

“An impactful, responsible, smart, compassionate, and personal approach that motivates the reader to be engaged in their own food relationship process while at the same time acknowledging them as their own expert. All of which provides getting to the root of the daily issues & challenges one deals with concerning binge eating. This book is a rich tool box of nurturing skills such as visualization techniques & unique goal setting that promotes self-efficacy to lean into life with love and self-acceptance.”

Debra Hopkins
President & founder of Breaking The Chains Foundation, NEDA Network executive committee vice chair, and ACE Health Coach

“An inspiring workbook that helps translate years of clinical practice and research into a personal journey towards success. For those on the road to recovery from binge eating, I highly recommend reading and utilizing The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook for a healthier and happier life!”

Aurelia Nattiv, MD
Professor, UCLA Departments of Family Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery Division of Sports Medicine, director, UCLA Bone Health Practice, associate team physician, UCLA Athletics

“The Binge Eating Prevention Book is an excellent resource for anyone struggling with binge eating. Drs. Marson and Miller use a non-diet approach and coach clients to shed the dieting mindset, teach how to change all-or-nothing and obsessive thinking, and use visualization, mindfulness, radical acceptance and more, to fight back against binge eating. I can’t wait share this excellent resource with my clients!”

Wendy Sterling, MS, RD, CSSD, CEDRD-S
coauthor of No Weigh! A Teen’s Guide to Body Image, Food, and Emotional Wisdom and How to Nourish Your Child Through an Eating Disorder

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