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Author: Holly Campbell
Date: May 2012
Journal: Mental Health Practice
Issue: Volume 15, Number 8
Keywords: Bulimia, binge eating, emotional eating
This article describes a group set up to help people manage ‘emotional eating’. An eating behaviour questionnaire, based on the symptoms of bingeeating disorder, was designed and used to identify people who eat in response to stress, anxiety or anger, but do not have a formal eating disorder. The group was found to improve participants’ emotional eating behaviours, as well as their depression, anxiety and self-esteem. The sessions covering how to recognise emotional states and improve communication, proved particularly popular.
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