Eating Disorders and Recovery: Lessons from Overeaters Anonymous

@article{Ronel2003EatingDA,
  title={Eating Disorders and Recovery: Lessons from Overeaters Anonymous},
  author={Natti Ronel and Galit Libman},
  journal={Clinical Social Work Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={155-171}
}
  • Natti Ronel, Galit Libman
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • Clinical Social Work Journal
  • The experience of compulsive eating and recovery, as perceived by women members of the self-help organization Overeaters Anonymous (OA), was qualitatively studied by examining the worldview transformation of the members. A worldview transformation was found in four domains: (a) experience of self; (b) Universal Order/God; (c) relationships with others; (d) perception of the problem. Understanding the personal experience of worldview transformation of OA members may be adapted to the clinical… CONTINUE READING
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