Rebekah Smart

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Disordered eating and body dissatisfaction are occurring among Asian American women, but the vast majority of treatment literature is based on White Western women. Empirically supported treatments are increasingly encouraged for eating disorders, but therapists find little guidance for implementing them in a culturally sensitive manner. This paper reviews(More)
Background: Weight and eating are sources of distress for many women and most weight-loss diets fail to sustain their effects over time. Mindful eating focuses on the processes involved in eating (e.g., hunger, satiety, emotion) rather than on the regulation of weight, and is grounded in mindfulness meditation practices. Purpose: The purpose of this(More)
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