Recommend books?

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  1. sandrat

    sandrat Full Member

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    Can anyone recommend any good books in relation to CBT and TA and weight loss?
     
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    Yes I can, there is a reading list at the back of the foundation book. I have the following books from the list and would highly recommend:

    These are a really easy read:
    when food is love - geneen roth
    mind over mood - change how you feel by changing the way you think by greenberger and padensky - this is a cbt workbook.

    I'm also about 50 pages through
    the overweight patient - a psychological approach to understanding and working with obesity by kathy leach. However this is much heavier going and quite indepth.

    I loved the geneen roth book so have also bought "breaking free from emotional eating" by her.

    There are some great books about TA if you want to learn more about it, try amazon.
     
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    CBT for Dummies is pretty good - it's really easy to dip in and out of and very easy to read and follow (as the name would suggest :)).
     
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