102201: French Toast for Breakfast

Declaring Peace with Emotional Eating

About the Course:

"French Toast for Breakfast"

In this 20th anniversary revised edition of the internationally acclaimed French Toast for Breakfast: Declaring Peace with Emotional Eating, Mary Anne Cohen, Director of The New York Center for Eating Disorders, explores the most up-to-date treatment approaches for eating disorders. Ms. Cohen brings over 40 years experience to the field and was the originator of the term “emotional eating.” This book describes how “everyone’s eating problem is unique as a fingerprint.” Ms. Cohen helps readers and therapists discover how to create a comprehensive and individual path to healing for each person.

French Toast for Breakfast explores in depth the psychological meaning behind the fear of fat; the connection between sexuality, shame and anger with emotional eating; the fear of success; cutting edge information on medication and eating disorders; and how to recover from relapse.

Publication Date:

2016, 2nd Edition

Author

Mary Anne Cohen, L.C.S.W.

About the Author:

Mary Anne Cohen is a professional psychotherapist since 1972 and Director of The New York Center for Eating Disorders. She is author of Lasagna for Lunch: Declaring Peace with Emotional Eating (New Forge Press, 2013) and French Toast for Breakfast: Declaring Peace with Emotional Eating (New Forge Press, 2016, Spanish Edition, 1997). She is an ongoing contributor to RecoveryWarriors.com, MindBodyGreen.com, SuccessStory.com, a monthly columnist for Image Magazine since 2002, and the professional book reviewer for EDReferral.com. Ms. Cohen created the term “emotional eating” in 1982.

She hosted her own radio show on eating disorders broadcasting to NY/NJ/Connecticut on AM and FM radios and has appeared on national television. Ms. Cohen lectures extensively to professional and community groups and is a member of the National Eating Disorders Association, EDReferral.com, Binge Eating Disorder Association, and RecoveryWarriors.com.

Her professional associations include the Academy of Certified Social Workers, the Society of Clinical Social Workers, the Association of Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. She is a Diplomate of The National Association of Social Workers and Board Certified by The American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work.

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, social workers and counselors who seek knowledge about the diagnosis and treatment of emotional eating disorders. This course is appropriate for all levels of participants’ knowledge.

Course Objectives:

  1. Identify the various expressions of emotional eating including the symptoms and psychodynamics.

  2. Explain the psychological meanings behind the fear of fat and how to decode this obsession.

  3. Evaluate the tools to create an individualized and comprehensive treatment plan for each client by integrating behavioral treatment techniques and psychodynamics.

  4. Define the 28 key questions for interviewing an eating disorder client.

  5. Illustrate knowledge of the latest medications used in the treatment of eating disorders.

  6. Describe the seven reasons why patients sabotage their success in resolving their eating disorders.

  7. Discuss the parallels between eating disorders, personality styles of patients, and the transference reactions they develop in therapy.

  8. Explain the steps needed to recover from relapse.

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