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Meal Support – Strategies to Support those Recovering from an Eating Disorder

A booklet designed to promote collaboration and communication between those who would like practical and emotional support and those who are supporting them, to ensure the most effective meal support possible.

Product Description

A booklet designed to promote collaboration and communication between those who would like practical and emotional support and those who are supporting them, to ensure the most effective meal support possible.

Covering: ♦Introductory Considerations ♦Understanding Change ♦What is Meal Support? ♦Assessing Readiness ♦What Does NOT Help ♦Communication (What Not to Say, Examples of What to Say or Do) ♦Goals for Meal Support ♦A Word on Food ♦RAVES model ♦Areas of Support ♦Safe and Challenge Foods ♦Establishing Mealtime Guidelines ♦Before the Meal – Planning and Preparation (Environment, Structure, Meal Preparation, Serving) ♦During the Meal (Distraction, Coaching and Reassurance, Useful Phrases, Addressing Disordered Eating Behaviours, Questions to Ponder) ♦After the Meal – Post Meal Support (What to Expect – Physical Symptoms, What to Expect – Psychological Effects, Distraction) ♦Coping Strategies (Coping Strategies for Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts, Coping Strategies for Dealing with Intrusive Images, Coping Strategies for Dealing with Unpleasant Feelings) ♦Specific Challenges –RAVES, Eating in Public,  Relapse Concerns (Warning Signs, Triggers, Action Plan, Other Things I’d Like You to Know or Do to Support Me) ♦Self-Care for Support People ♦Words from Various Support People (From 2 Fathers, From 2 Mothers, From a Partner, From a Sibling, From a Friend) ♦Concluding Thoughts ♦Eating Disorder Services Directory

Additional Information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 15 x 21 x 1 cm