by Ken Lund
The Top 10 Steps for a Binge Eating Disorder Treatment
Anyone who has suffered from an eating disorder knows that it is difficult to overcome this condition. Binge eating disorder treatment may involve the individual attending a treatment center in order to solve the problem. Binge eating consists of over eating large amounts of food. It is difficult to stop this sort of destructive behavior. One issue encountered with this problem is that we all need to eat, so food is always going to be in the picture. This is why it can be difficult to treat this condition.
What steps are involved with binge eating disorder treatment? Well, to start with, here is a list of things that he or she should do to solve this serious eating problem:
Tell someone you have a problem
Get treatment or therapy
Limit the amount of food you have at home
Take part in relaxing endeavors
Do not beat yourself up emotionally
Start an exercise routine
Try to determine what causes your binge eating – record your findings in a journal
Do not skip breakfast
Do not go on a diet
Accept you for who you are and not for your appearance
Most people that suffer from this eating disorder will not be able to treat it without some form of binge eating disorder treatment. Plenty of clinics treat these issues. Talk to your family doctor, as they should be able to refer you to a clinic or getting you into therapy. Here is a list of some of the things a clinic will focus on for the individual that suffers from these disorders:
Reduce the amount of eating binges
Develop healthy eating habits
Help the patient deal with guilt and shame associated with an eating disorder
Develop a healthy outlook on yourself
Treat the conditions that may be causing the eating problem such as depression or anxiety
So, go ahead and make that first step in getting help if you have a problem with eating. Binge eating disorder treatment starts with telling someone. If someone, you know, may suffer from this condition, then talk to them and try to convince them to see a doctor.
By D. Karlson
Brief Therapy and Eating Disorders: A Practical Guide to Solution-Focused Work with Clients (Jossey-Bass Social and Behavioral Science Series)
In straightforward, clear, and pragmatic language, McFarland presents a model that focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses, on solutions rather than problems, and on hope rather than despair. Her book should be on the shelf of every clinician who works with clients who have eating problems.
–Scott D. Miller, Brief Therapy Network
Drawing from her own clinical experience, Barbara McFarland demonstrates how solution-focused brief therapy is one of the more efficient approaches in treating eating disorders. Her practical, hands on strategies and interventions guides you through each step of the treatment process.
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A Practical Guide To The Treatment Of Bulimia Nervosa (Brunner/Mazel Eating Disorders Monograph Series)
This practical guide describes a wide variety of therapeutic methods and strategies for treating bulimia nervosa on both an inpatient and outpatient basis. The flexible framework presented is governed by pragmatism rather than by an ideology and reflects the extensive clinical experience and research of a multidisciplinary team. The authors develop a directive, multidimensional treatment approach that integrates strategies from different therapeutic models to foster effective intervention. Chapters cover diagnosis, treatment models, treatment planning, individual therapy, group therapy, hypnotherapy, family therapy, inpatient treatment, and evaluation and follow-up.
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