“The path to recovery in anorexia is often confusing and convoluted. The Anorexia Recovery Skills Workbook provides a structured map for this arduous journey. It provides hope and practical tools for recovery, while acknowledging the difficulty of the recovery process and giving permission for struggle. Clinicians and clients will find this book to be an integral part of treatment for this complex eating disorder.” — Nicole Siegfried, PhD, clinical director at The Highlands-Castlewood Treatment Centers
“This workbook is a practical and helpful tool for individuals working towards recovery from anorexia nervosa. The inspirational quotes, case examples, and ample opportunities for self-reflection make it user friendly and also quite personalized. I commend the authors for providing another, and much-needed, contribution to the tool kits of eating disorders treatment.” — Ovidio Bermudez, MD, chief clinical officer and medical director of child and adolescent services at the Eating Recovery Center
“The Anorexia Recovery Skills Workbook is a wise, compassionate, and comprehensive book! I just wish it had appeared on the shelves many years ago, so I could have used it when I was struggling. I highly recommend this book!” — Jenni Schaefer, author of Goodbye Ed, Hello Me and coauthor of Almost Anorexic and Life Without Ed Worth a Million Bucks!
“As someone who has been through multiple treatments and now in a recovery where I must stay on my toes and dedicated to protect it – this book is full of the lessons that got me out of the depths of my eating disorder and provides resources to go back and reground or remember what works and what I need at different times. I highly recommend this for individuals fighting to get out of the darkness for the first time with easy to understand and implement pieces that can build together (especially with the combo of treatment types included), then for those in recovery, this is an amazing resource to continue to build on the foundation to get stronger and face challenges. A must have for anyone who has ever struggled with anorexia and for those who work with those of us who fight this everyday!” – Anonymous