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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in private practice in Hood River, OR, at Turtle Dove Counseling, also Hood River Hypnosis & DBT.  I am a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Past Life Regression Facilitator. I am also an astrologer and Reiki Master.  I'm a graduate of Reed College (BA Psychology '87) and Portland State University (MSW '90). I work with children, teens, adults, parents, groups.  I am also the author of several blogs on personality/temperament, fashion and color. I'm certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and create custom fabric Color Profiles fans.
Thursday, December 30, 2010





Radiant Recovery® - Dr. Kathleen DesMaisons, author of Potatoes Not Prozac

www.radiantrecovery.com/
In her books, Potatoes not Prozac, The Sugar Addict's Total Recovery Program, Your Last Diet Dr. Kathleen DesMaisons recommends simple, dietary treatments for overcoming sugar addiction, particularly for recovering alcoholics.


A Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering  ...


www.amazon.com/Course-Weight-Loss.../dp/1401921531
By A Course in Miracles related author, Marianne Williamson.



 

 












 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Geneen Roth http://www.geneenroth.com/

Geneen Roth is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Women Food and God. She has appeared on many national television shows including: The Oprah Show, 20/20, The NBC Nightly News, The View, CBS Early Show and Good Mornining America. Articles about Geneen and her work have appeared in numerous publications including: O: The Oprah Magaine, Cosmopolitan, Time, Elle, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She has written monthly columns in Good Housekeeping Magazine and Prevention Magazine. Geneen is the author of nine books, including besellers Lost and Found and When Food Is Love.

Compulsive Overeater: The Basic Text for Overeaters 

books.google.com › ... › Health & Healing › Weight Control
 Rating: 4 - 2 reviews
Bill B. tells the story of how he lost seventy-five pounds and maintained his weight loss for over ten years. Chapters focus on topics of real concern to us--abstinence, anger, fear and depression, relationships, and money. For those of us who struggle with compulsive overeating, Bill B.'s interpretation of the Twelve Steps and how they apply to overeating can be a valuable inspiration.


Losing Your Pounds of Pain
Through visualizations, affirmations, imagery, meditation, and healthful eating and exercise habits, Dr. Virtue shows how to break the damaging connection between emotional pain and overeating. Google Books

  
















        






The Body Image Workbook: An 8-Step Program for ... - Amazon.com

www.amazon.com › ... › Psychology & Counseling
Recent surveys suggest that nearly half of women and a quarter of men in the US dislike their looks. For some, a negative body image is a minor concern.



Overeaters Anonymous "this book is a collection of short stories about people who have dramatically changed their lives through Overeaters Anonymous. It is not an instruction guide, but that isn't really how the program works anyway. This book shows how the program has worked for others, and gives ideas and suggestions that others have used. It is a great support book to the meetings, and the core OA Literature (which is provided at meetings, along with the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions book, and the "Big Book"- Alcoholics Anonymous."
















The Beck Diet Solution: Cognitive Behavior Therapy. "Can thinking and eating like a thin person be learned, similar to learning to drive or use a computer? Beck (Cognitive Therapy for Challenging Problems) contends so, based on decades of work with patients who have lost pounds and maintained weight through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Beck's six-week program adapts CBT, a therapeutic system developed by Beck's father, Aaron, in the 1960s, to specific challenges faced by yo-yo dieters, including negative thinking, bargaining, emotional eating, bingeing, and eating out. Beck counsels readers day-by-day, introducing new elements (creating advantage response cards, choosing a diet, enlisting a diet coach, making a weight-loss graph) progressively and offering tools to help readers stay focused (writing exercises, to-do lists, ways to counter negative thoughts). There are no eating plans, calorie counts, recipes or exercises; according to Beck, any healthy diet will work if readers learn to think differently about eating and food. Beck's book is like an extended therapy session with a diet coach." Dr. Judith Beck, daughter of Aaron Beck.













twelve step programs:

http://www.overeatersanonymous.org

http://ceahow.org compulsive eaters anon.

http://www.foodaddictsanonymous.org/ 

anorexic and bulimic anon. http://aba12steps.org/

http://aba12steps.org/abaresources/our-textbook/














Kay Sheppard http://www.kaysheppard.com/

Kay Sheppard, M.A. is the best-selling author ofFood Addiction: The Body Knows and From the First Bite.  A licensed mental health counselor and a certified eating disorders specialist, she conducts workshops for food addicts worldwide.  Since the beginning her own recovery in 1977, Sheppard has helped thousands of people live happy and healthy lives by following her comprehensive recovery program.   Find out how to eliminate cravings for sugar, carbohydrates, caffeine and personal trigger foods by using herRecovery Food Plan; how to recognize the dangers in so-called "health" foods; how to overcome emotional barriers to recovery; how to find recovery buddies; how to recognize the warning signs of relapse; and how to incorporate the Twelve Steps into your life to stay motivated and achieve success.



The Secret Language of Eating Disorders: How You Can Understand and Work to Cure Anorexia and Bulimia 

Peggy Claude-Pierre (Author)
"What makes Claude-Pierre's treatment of anorexia and bulimia revolutionary? Perhaps it's that the astonishingly high success rate of even the most chronic cases at Claude-Pierre's Montreux Clinic (only sufferers near death who have not been helped by doctors and hospitals are admitted) defies the common misconception that eating disorders are incurable. Claude-Pierre has made a personal commitment to dispel this damaging myth. Having cured her own two daughters of anorexia, you might say hers was a vested interest. The Secret Language of Eating Disorders reveals the details of Claude-Pierre's unique program."

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