Press & Testimonials

 


“Dr. Klein’s book provides an invaluable resource for individuals struggling to understand their eating disorder from the inside out. It includes user-friendly handouts that can be implemented immediately. I highly recommend this self-help book as a valuable tool for both health care professionals and their clients.”

Thomas R. Lynch, PhD, Professor and Director of the Emotion and Personality Bio-Behavioral Laboratory at University of Southampton, UK

BioSpacer_50Mindful Eating from the Dialectical Perspective is a comprehensive guide for individuals who struggle with unbalanced eating. Firmly rooted in evidence-based practices, Dr. Klein merges various mindfulness techniques with her empathy, creativity and enthusiasm to make a truly refreshing and accessible workbook for individuals and therapists. Her approach to standard therapy techniques is invigorating!”

― Kristine H. Luce, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Stanford Eating Disorders Program, Adult Services, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine

BioSpacer_50“This self-guided workbook primarily aimed at consumers is a welcome resource for health professionals, too. Mindful Eating from the Dialectical Perspective is chock-full of activities and tools to help people heal their relationship with food, mind, and body. It is written in a friendly and compassionate tone, while being grounded in research. Health professionals will appreciate the tips on how to effectively facilitate this ‘Third Wave Behaviorism’ of mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy.”

Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, Co-author of Intuitive Eating and Intuitive Eating Workbook

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