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ISSUE#5- Fall 2021

BANA Body Image Timeline: Women’s Ideal Body Throughout History

References

Van Edwards, V. (2021, October 25). Beauty standards: See how body types change through history. Science of People. Retrieved April 5, 2022, from https://www.scienceofpeople.com/beauty-standards/

How the 'ideal' woman's body shape has changed ... - CNN. (n.d.). Retrieved April 6, 2022, from https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/07/health/body-image-history-of-beauty-explainer-intl/index.html

Mailonline, M. G. F. (2022, February 2). How the 'Perfect body' has changed throughout the decades. Daily Mail Online. Retrieved April 5, 2022, from https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10467643/How-perfect-body-changed-decades.html

Thesander, M. (1997). The feminine ideal. Reaktion Books.

References

Living safely with dementia – Finding Your Way. (n.d.). Findingyourwayontario.ca. Retrieved April 8, 2022, from http://findingyourwayontario.ca/living-safely-with-dementia/

Dementia Friendly Communities Ontario. (n.d.). Alzheimer Society of Ontario. Retrieved April 8, 2022, from https://alzheimer.ca/on/en/take-action/become-dementia-friendly/dementia-friendly-communities-ontario#:~:text=A%20Dementia%20Friendly%20Community%20is%20a%20place%20where

I’m a first responder. (n.d.). Alzheimer Society of Canada. Retrieved April 8, 2022, from https://alzheimer.ca/en/help-support/im-first-responder

The 10 warning signs of dementia. (n.d.). Alzheimer Society of Canada. Retrieved April 8, 2022, from https://alzheimer.ca/en/about-dementia/do-i-have-dementia/10-warning-signs-dementia

Allison, K. C., Lundgren, J. D., O’Reardon, J. P., Geliebter, A., Gluck, M. E., Vinai, P., … & Engel, S. (2010). Proposed diagnostic criteria for night eating syndrome. International Journal of Eating Disorders43(3), 241-247.

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). What are eating disorders. Retrieved from https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/

Eating Recovery Center. (2018). Night eating syndrome: The eating disorder we need to talk about. Retrieved May 22, 2020, from https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/blog/may-2018/night-eating-syndrome-the-eating-disorder-we-need-to-talk-about

Gwen, M. (2019). Top 5 myths about atypical anorexia. Retrieved May 25, 2020, from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/blog/top-5-myths-about-atypical-anorexia

Mitchell, J. E. (2012). Night eating syndrome: Research, assessment, and treatment. Guilford Press.

National Eating Disorders Association. (2019). Eating disorder myths. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/toolkit/parent-toolkit/eating-disorder-myths

National Eating Disorders Association. (2018). Other specified feeding or eating disorder. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/osfed

4). Cognitive-behavioral theories of eating disorders. Behavior modification28(6), 711-738.

ISSUE#6-Winter 2022

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). What are eating disorders. Retrieved from https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/

Gianini, L., Liu, Y., Wang, Y., Attia, E., Walsh, B. T., & Steinglass, J. (2015). Abnormal eating behavior in video-recorded meals in anorexia nervosa. Eating behaviors19, 28-32.

Hamilton, G., & Elenback, R. (2018). Anorexia nervosa – highest mortality rate of any mental disorder: Why? Retrieved from https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/information/anorexia/anorexia-death-rate

National Eating Disorders Association. (2018). Anorexia nervosa. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/anorexia

National Eating Disorders Association. (2019). Eating Disorder Myths. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/toolkit/parent-toolkit/eating-disorder-myths

The Recovery Village. (2020). 8 common myths about anorexia. Retrieved from https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/mental-health/anorexia/related/anorexia-myths/#gref

Abramson, K. (2020, April 23). The food police rob you of your ability to choose and enjoy what is physically and emotionally satisfying. fight back against these harmful messages and tune in to what your body needs. NpowerYou. Retrieved November 3, 2021, from https://npoweryou.com/nutrition/principle-4-of-intuitive-eating-challenge-the-food-police/.

Cogan, J. C., & Ernsberger, P. (1999). Dieting, weight, and health: Reconceptualizing research and policy. Journal of Social Issues55(2), 187-205.

Dulloo, A. G., & Montani, J. P. (2015). Pathways from dieting to weight regain, to obesity and to the metabolic syndrome: an overview. Obesity Reviews16, 1-6.

Ekern, J. (2015, November 3). Making peace with food: Silencing the Food Police. Eating Disorder Hope. Retrieved October 25, 2021, from https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/blog/making-peace-with-foodsilencing-the-food-police.

Golden, N. H., Schneider, M., & Wood, C. (2016). Preventing obesity and eating disorders in adolescents. Pediatrics138(3).

Jacobi, C., & Fittig, E. (2010). Psychosocial risk factors for eating disorders. The Oxford handbook of eating disorders, 123-136.

Jacobi, C., Fittig, E., Bryson, S. W., Wilfley, D., Kraemer, H. C., & Taylor, C. B. (2011). Who is really at risk? Identifying risk factors for subthreshold and full syndrome eating disorders in a high-risk sample. Psychological medicine41(9), 1939-1949.

Jovanovski, N. (2017). Femininities-Lite: Diet Culture, Feminism and Body Policing. In Digesting Femininities (pp. 59-101). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Jovanovski, N. (2017). Digesting Femininities: Gendered Food Discourses and Body-Policing Narratives. In Digesting Femininities (pp. 1-16). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Leichner, P., Hall, D., & Calderon, R. (2005). Meal support training for friends and families of patients with eating disorders. Eating disorders13(4), 407-411.

Montani, J. P., Schutz, Y., & Dulloo, A. G. (2015). Dieting and weight cycling as risk factors for cardiometabolic diseases: who is really at risk?. Obesity Reviews16, 7-18.

Reyes, J. (2015). Loob and kapwa: An introduction to a Filipino virtue ethics. Asian Philosophy25(2), 148-171.

Salas, X. R. (2015). The ineffectiveness and unintended consequences of the public health war on obesity. Canadian Journal of Public Health/Revue canadienne de santé publique106(2), e79-e81.

Taylor, C. B., Bryson, S., Doyle, A. A. C., Luce, K. H., Cunning, D., Abascal, L. B., & Wilfley, D. E. (2006). The adverse effect of negative comments about weight and shape from family and siblings on women at high risk for eating disorders. Pediatrics118(2), 731-738.

Tribole, E., & Resch, E. (2017). The intuitive eating workbook: Ten principles for nourishing a healthy relationship with food. New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Williamson, D. A., White, M. A., York-Crowe, E., & Stewart, T. M. (2004). Cognitive-behavioral theories of eating disorders. Behavior modification28(6), 711-738.

ISSUE#5- Fall 2021

RESOURCES:

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Brigham, K. S., Manzo, L. D., Eddy, K. T., & Thomas, J. J. (2018). Evaluation and treatment of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) in adolescents. Current pediatrics reports6(2), 107-113.

National Eating Disorders Association. (2018). Anorexia nervosa. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/arfid

Porter, D. (2020). Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder DSM-5 307.59. Retrieved from https://www.theravive.com/therapedia/avoidant-restrictive-food-intake-disorder-dsm–5-307.59

The NEDIC, & Wong, G. (2019). Webinar: Understanding ARFID. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckPY468z-_w

Zickgraf, H. F., Lane‐Loney, S., Essayli, J. H., & Ornstein, R. M. (2019). Further support for diagnostically meaningful ARFID symptom presentations in an adolescent medicine partial hospitalization program. International Journal of Eating Disorders52(4), 402-409.

LINKS

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7057554/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6534269/

https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/arfid

https://www.theravive.com/therapedia/avoidant-restrictive-food-intake-disorder-dsm–5-307.59

References:

Carbone, E. T., & Zoellner, J. M. (2012). Nutrition and health literacy: a systematic review to inform            nutrition research and practice. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics112(2), 254-265.

Cogan, J. C., & Ernsberger, P. (1999). Dieting, weight, and health: Reconceptualizing research and policy. Journal of Social Issues55(2), 187-205.

Contreras, R. E., Schriever, S. C., & Pfluger, P. T. (2019). Physiological and epigenetic features of yoyo dieting and weight control. Frontiers in genetics10, 1015.

Datta, N., Bidopia, T., Datta, S., Mittal, G., Alphin, F., Marsh, E. J., ... & Zucker, N. L. (2020). Meal skipping and cognition along a spectrum of restrictive eating. Eating Behaviors39, 101431.

Dulloo, A. G., & Montani, J. P. (2015). Pathways from dieting to weight regain, to obesity and to the metabolic syndrome: an overview. Obesity Reviews16, 1-6.

Germov, J., & Williams, L. (1996). The epidemic of dieting women: the need for a sociological approach to food and nutrition. Appetite27(2), 97-108.

Government of Canada. (2019). Canada's food guide: Healthy eating recommendations. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/healthy-eating-recommendations/marketing-can-influence-your-food-choices/

Joshi, S., Ostfeld, R. J., & McMacken, M. (2019). The ketogenic diet for obesity and diabetes—enthusiasm outpaces evidence. JAMA internal medicine179(9), 1163-1164.

Mann, T., Tomiyama, A. J., Westling, E., Lew, A. M., Samuels, B., & Chatman, J. (2007). Medicare's search for effective obesity treatments: diets are not the answer. American Psychologist62(3), 220.

Montani, J. P., Schutz, Y., & Dulloo, A. G. (2015). Dieting and weight cycling as risk factors for cardiometabolic diseases: who is really at risk?. Obesity Reviews16, 7-18.

Salas, X. R. (2015). The ineffectiveness and unintended consequences of the public health war on obesity. Canadian Journal of Public Health/Revue canadienne de santé publique106(2), e79-e81.

Tomiyama, A. J., Mann, T., Vinas, D., Hunger, J. M., DeJager, J., & Taylor, S. E. (2010). Low calorie dieting increases cortisol. Psychosomatic medicine72(4), 357.

References:

https://www.nami.org/About-Mental-Illness/Mental-Health-Conditions/Depression/Major-Depressive-Disorder-with-a-Seasonal-Pattern

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.books.9780890425596

Breland, J. Y., Donalson, R., Dinh, J. V., &; Maguen, S. (2018). Trauma exposure and disordered eating: A qualitative study. Women & health, 58(2), 160-174

Breland, J. Y., Donalson, R., Li, Y., Hebenstreit, C. L., Goldstein, L. A., &; Maguen, S. (2018). Military sexual trauma is associated with eating disorders, while combat exposure is not. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 10(3), 276.

Brewerton, T. D. (2007). Eating disorders, trauma, and comorbidity: Focus on PTSD. Eating disorders,15(4), 285-304.

Brewerton, T. D., & Brady, K. (2014). The role of stress, trauma, and PTSD in the etiology and treatment of eating disorders, addictions, and substance use disorders. In Eating disorders, addictions and substance use disorders (pp. 379-404). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg

Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association (2021). BANA Service Recipient Overview. Windsor, Ontario; Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association.

Forman-Hoffman, V.L., Mengeling, M., Booth, B. M., J., & Sadler, A. G. (2012). Eating disorders, port-traumatic stress and sexual trauma in women veterans. Military Medicine, 177(1), 1161-1168.

McVey, G.L. (2011). Canadian Research Eating Disorders. OCOPED. Retrieved October 15, 2021 from  https://www.ocoped.ca/PDF/ED_Canadian_Research_Oct_2011.pdf

Tagay, S., Schlottbohm, E., Reyes-Rodriguez, M. L., Repic, N., & Senf, W. (2014). Eating disorders, trauma, PTSD, and psychosocial resources. Eating disorders, 22(1), 33-49.

ISSUE#4 – SUMMER 2021

References:

[1] Carels, R.A., Burmeister, J., Oehlhof, M.W. et al (2013). Internalized weight bias: ratings of the self, normal weight, and obese individuals and psychological maladjustment. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 36, 86–94.

[2] Puhl, R.M., Heuer, C.A. (2010). Obesity stigma: important considerations for public health. American Journal of Public Health, 100(6), 1019-28.

[3] Müller, M.J., Bosy-Westphal, A., & Heymsfield, S.B. (2010). Is there evidence for a set point that regulates human body weight? F1000 Medicine Reports, 2, 59.

[4] Eating Disorders Information Sheet. (2018). Set-point theory. Centre for Clinical Interventions.

[5] Pearl R, L. (2018). Weight bias internalization and health: A systematic review. Social Issues and Policy Review, 19(8), 1141-63.

[6] Puhl, R.M., & Brownell, K.D. (2006). Confronting and coping with weight stigma: an investigation of overweight and obese adults. Obesity (Silver Spring), 14(10), 1802-15.

[7] Foster, G.D., Wadden, T.A., Makris, A.P., Davidson, D., Sanderson, R.S., Allison, D.B., & Kessler, A. (2003). Primary care physicians’ attitudes about obesity and its treatment. Obesity Research, 11(10), 1168-77.

[8] Miller, D. P., Jr, Spangler, J. G., Vitolins, M. Z., Davis, S. W., Ip, E. H., Marion, G. S., & Crandall, S. J. (2013). Are medical students aware of their anti-obesity bias? Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 88(7), 978–82.

[9] Phelan, S.M., Burgess, D.J., Yeazel, M.W., Hellerstedt, W.L., Griffin, J.M., & van Ryn, M. (2015). Impact of weight bias and stigma on quality of care and outcomes for patients with obesity. Obesity Stigma and Patient Care: Obesity Review, 16(4), 319-26.

[10] Drury, C.A., & Louis, M. (2002). Exploring the association between body weight, stigma of obesity, and health care avoidance. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 14(12), 554–561.

[11] Romano, K.A., Heron, K.E., & Henson, J.M. (2021). Examining associations among weight stigma, weight bias internalization, body dissatisfaction, and eating disorder symptoms: Does weight status matter? Elsevier Ltd. 37(1), 38-49.

[12] Pearl, R.L., Puhl, R.M., & Dovidio, J.F. (2015). Differential effects of weight bias experiences and internalization on exercise among women with overweight and obesity. Journal of Health Psychology, 20(12), 1626-32.

[13] Hunger, J. M., Major, B., Blodorn, A., & Miller, C. T. (2015). Weighed down by stigma: How weight-based social identity threat contributes to weight gain and poor health. Social and personality psychology compass, 9(6), 255–268.

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[15] Tylka, T.L., Annunziato. R.A., Burgard, D., Daníelsdóttir, S., Shuman, E., Davis, C., & Calogero, R.M. (2014). The weight-inclusive versus weight-normative approach to health: Evaluating the evidence for prioritizing well-being over weight loss. Journal of Obesity, 1-18.

[16] Bacon, L.., & Aphramor, L. (2011). Weight science: Evaluating the evidence for a paradigm Shift. Nutrition Journal 10(9), 1-13.1743098

References

Canada, P. H. A. of. (2021, June 11). Government of Canada invests millions into mental health and distress centres. Canada.ca. https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/news/2021/06/government-of-canada-invests-millions-into-mental-health-and-distress-centres.html.

Canadianvisa.org. (2020, October 16). Newcomers' Mental Health and Well Being Program. https://canadianvisa.org. https://canadianvisa.org/blog/life-and-culture/newcomers-mental-health-and-well-being-program.

Immigration, R. and C. C. (2021, May 10). Government of Canada. Canada.ca. https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship.html.

Key Challenges faced by Newcomers. Newcomers to Canada. (2020, June 15). https://newcomers2canada.com/some-of-key-challenges-for-newcomers-in-canada/.

Merriam-Webster. (n.d.). Culture Shock. Merriam-Webster. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/culture%20shock.

Miekus, A. (2020, September 9). New program offers full range of mental health services for immigrants. CIC News. https://www.cicnews.com/2020/09/new-program-offers-full-range-of-mental-health-services-for-immigrants-0915619.html#gs.6e21k3.

Newcomer Mental Health Program. CultureLink. (2020, January 9). https://www.culturelink.ca/services/settlement-in-the-community/newcomer-mental-health-program/.

Premji, Z. (2020, October 26). Digital divide amid COVID-19 leaves Canada's newest arrivals feeling isolated, immigrant group says | CBC News. CBCnews. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/digital-divide-covid19-newcomers-british-columbia-1.5773066.

Raypole, C. (2019, March 1). Types of Therapy: Different Types of Approaches and How They Work. Healthline. https://www.healthline.com/health/types-of-therapy#humanistic.

Silberman, A. (2020, July 6). For newcomers to Canada, social isolation amplified during COVID-19 pandemic | CBC News. CBCnews. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/newcomers-canada-social-isolation-covid19-1.5637275.

 

A few of many helpful resources in the community and/or provincially:

https://www.uwindsor.ca/international-student-centre/

https://www.hdgh.org/crisis

  • St-Clair College Mental Health Services

https://www.stclaircollege.ca/student-services/mental-health

Inspirational quotes for mental health:

https://www.goalcast.com/2020/10/20/mental-health-quotes/

https://parade.com/1037762/kimberlyzapata/mental-health-quotes/

References:

Berget, B., Skarsaune, I., Ekeberg, Ø., & Braastad, B. O. (2007). Humans with mental disorders working with farm animals: A behavioral study. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health23(2), 101-117.

Brooks, H. L., Rushton, K., Lovell, K., Bee, P., Walker, L., Grant, L., & Rogers, A. (2018). The power of support from companion animals for people living with mental health problems: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the evidence. BMC psychiatry18(1), 1-12.

Canada Protection Plan. (2019, May 1). How Animals Boost Our Mental Health. Canada Protection Plan. https://www.cpp.ca/blog/the-cats-out-of-the-bag-animals-play-a-big-role-in-boosting-our-mental-health/#:~:text=Animals%20chemically%20affect%20our%20moods%20in%20a%20good%20way.&text=In%20fact%2C%20a%20Human%2DAnimal,showing%20up%20more%20and%20more.

Casiday, R., Kinsman, E., Fisher, C., & Bambra, C. (2008). Volunteering and health: what impact does it really have. London: Volunteering England9(3), 1-13.

Jau, J., & Hodgson, D. (2018). How interaction with animals can benefit mental health: A phenomenological study. Social Work in Mental Health16(1), 20-33.

Jenkinson, C. E., Dickens, A. P., Jones, K., Thompson-Coon, J., Taylor, R. S., Rogers, M., ... & Richards, S. H. (2013). Is volunteering a public health intervention? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the health and survival of volunteers. BMC public health13(1), 1-10.

Lum, T. Y., & Lightfoot, E. (2005). The effects of volunteering on the physical and mental health of older people. Research on aging27(1), 31-55.

Matijczak, A., McDonald, S. E., Tomlinson, C. A., Murphy, J. L., & O’Connor, K. (2021). The moderating effect of comfort from companion animals and social support on the relationship between microaggressions and mental health in LGBTQ+ emerging adults. Behavioral Sciences11(1), 1.

 

ISSUE #3 – SPRING 2021

Irving, L. (1999). A bolder model of prevention: Science, practice, and activism. In N. Piran,

  1. P. Levine, & C. Steiner-Adair (Eds.), Preventing eating disorders: A handbook of interventions and special challenges (pp. 63-83). Philadelphia: Taylor & Routledge.

Levine, M. P., & Smolak, L. (2021). The prevention of eating problems and eating disorders:

Theories, research, and applications (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

 

Beaumont, S.L. (2013) Art Therapy for Complicated Grief: A Focus on Meaning-Making Approaches, Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal, 26:2, 1-7, DOI: 10.1080/08322473.2013.11415582

 

Carr, S.M.D. (2020) Art therapy and COVID-19: Supporting ourselves to support others, International Journal of Art Therapy, 25(2), 49-51.

Ferszt, G., Hayes, P., DeFedele, S., & Horn, L. (2004). Art Therapy with Incarcerated Women Who Have Experienced the Death of a Loved One. Art Therapy, 21(4), 191-199. doi: 10.1080/07421656.2004.10129695

Lowenstein, L. (2006). Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children. Toronto: Champion Press.

Meijer-Degan, F. (2006). Coping with loss and trauma through art therapy: Training manual.  The Netherlands: Eburon Publishers.

Morrissey, P., & Wolfelt, A. (2013). Companioning the grieving child curriculum book: Activities to help children & teens heal (Vol.1). Fort Collins, CO: Companion Press.

Neimeyer, R.A. (2012). Techniques of Grief Therapy: Creative practices for counseling the bereaved. (Vol.1). New York, NY: Routledge.

Weiskittle, R.E., & Gramling, S.E. (2018). The therapeutic effectiveness of using visual art modalities with the bereaved: A systemic review. Psychology Research and Behaviour Management, 11, Article 9-24. https://doi.org/10.2147/PRBM.S131993

Wolfelt, A. (2004). When your pet dies: A guide to mourning, remembering, and healing (1st ed., Vol. 1). Fort Collins, CO: Companion Press

Wolfelt, A. (2003). Understanding your grief: Ten essential touchstones for finding hope and healing your heart. Fort Colling, CO: Companion Press.

Wolfelt, A. (2009). The handbook for companioning the mourner. Fort Collins, CO: Companion Press.

Worden, J. (1996). Tasks and mediators of mourning: A guideline for the mental health practitioner. In Session: Psychotherapy In Practice, 2(4), 73-80. doi: 10.1002/(sici)1520-6572(199624)2:43.0.co;2-9

American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.

Marcin, A. (2015). Binge eating disorder: The history of BED. Retrieved from https://www.healthline.com/health/eating-disorders/binge-eating-disorder-history#1

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). What are eating disorders. Retrieved from https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/

Craigen, K. (2017). 4 Common Misconception about Binge Eating Disorder. Retrieved from https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/blog/4-misconceptions-bed

National Eating Disorders Association. (2019). Eating Disorder Myths. Retrieved from https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/toolkit/parent-toolkit/eating-disorder-myths

Walden Behavioral Care. (2018). 8 Myths About Binge Eating Disorder. Retrieved from https://www.waldeneatingdisorders.com/blog/8-myths-about-binge-eating-disorder/

Baudinet, J., Simic, M., Griffiths, H. et al. (2020). Targeting maladaptive overcontrol with radically open dialectical behaviour therapy in a day programme for adolescents with restrictive eating disorders: an uncontrolled case series. J Eat Disord 8, 68. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-020-00338-9

 Ben-Porath, D., Duthu, F., Luo, T., Gonidakis, F., Compte, E. J.,  & Wisniewski, L. (2020) Dialectical behavioral therapy: an update and review of the existing treatment models adapted for adults with eating disorders, Eating Disorders, 28:2, 101-121,  10.1080/10640266.2020.1723371

Bulik, Cynthia (2014, Dec 1). Negative energy balance: A biological trap for people prone to anorexia nervosa [Weblog post]. Retrieved from

Chen, Eunice Y., Segal, Kay, Weissman, J., Zeffiro, Thomas A., Gallop, R., Linehan, Marsha M., Bohus, Martin, Lynch, Thomas R. (2014). Adapting dialectical behavior therapy for outpatient adult anorexia nervosa—A pilot study. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 48(1), 123-132. https://doi.org/10.1002/eat.22360

Gilbert, K., Hall, K., Codd, R. T (2020). Radically open dialectical behavior therapy: Social signaling, transdiagnostic utility and current evidence. Psychology Research and Behavior Management, 13, 19-28. https://doi.org/10.2147/PRBM.S201848

Hempel, R.J., Vanderbleek, E., Lynch, T.R. (2018). Radically Open DBT: Targeting emotional loneliness in anorexia nervosa. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 26(1), 92-104. doi: 10.1080/10640266.2018.1418268. PMID: 29384459.

Isaksson, M., Ghaderi, A., Ramklimt, M., Öster, C., Wolf-Arehult. M. (2021). Sharing and connecting with others – patient experiences of radically open dialectical behavior therapy for anorexia nervosa and overcontrol: A qualitative study. Journal of Eating Disorders, 9: 29. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40337-021-00382-z

Lynch, T. R., & Hempel, R. J. (2016). Signaling Matters: Radically open-dialectical behavior therapy for anorexia nervosa. In T. Wade (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Feeding and Eating Disorders (pp. 1-10). Singapore: Springer Singapore.

Lynch, T.R., Seretis, D., & Hempel, R.J. (2016). Radically open-dialectical behaviour therapy for overcontrolled disorders: including refractory depression, anorexia nervosa, and obsessive compulsive personality disorder. In A. Carr & M. McNulty (Eds.). Handbook of Adult Clinical Psychology, An Evidence Based Practice Approach, 2nd edition (pp. 990 – 1024). New York: Routledge.

Lynch, T.R., Hempel, R.J., Dunkley, C. (2015). Radically open-dialectical behavior therapy for disorders of over-control: Signaling matters. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 69(2), 141-162. DOI: 10.1176/appi.psychotherapy.2015.69.2.141

Lynch (2018).Tribe Matters: An introduction to radically open dialectical behavior therapy. The Behavior Therapist, 41(3), 116-125.

Marino, J., Hardin, R., Gasbarro, A., Dansereau, V. A.,  & Fischer, S. (2020). Outpatient treatment for adults with complex eating disorders and co-morbid conditions: a decision making model and case example, Eating Disorders, 28:2, 171-183, DOI: 10.1080/10640266.2020.1723372

Reilly, E. E., Orloff, N. C., Luo, T., Berner, L. A., Brown, T. A., Claudat, K., Kaye, W. H., & Anderson, L. K. (2020). Dialectical behavioral therapy for the treatment of adolescent eating disorders: a review of existing work and proposed future directions, Eating Disorders, 28:2, 122-141, DOI: 10.1080/10640266.2020.1743098

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References

Carbone, E. T., & Zoellner, J. M. (2012). Nutrition and health literacy: a systematic review to inform            nutrition research and practice. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics112(2), 254-265.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). Evaluating dietary information. Perth, Western Australia: Centre for Clinical Interventions

Cha, E., Kim, K. H., Lerner, H. M., Dawkins, C. R., Bello, M. K., Umpierrez, G., & Dunbar, S. B. (2014). Health literacy, self-efficacy, food label use, and diet in young adults. American journal of health behavior38(3), 331-339.

Government of Canada. (2019). Canada's food guide: Healthy eating recommendations. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/healthy-eating-recommendations/marketing-can-influence-your-food-choices/

Guardiola‐Wanden‐Berghe, R., Gil‐Pérez, J. D., Sanz‐Valero, J., & Wanden‐Berghe, C. (2011). Evaluating the quality of websites relating to diet and eating disorders. Health Information & Libraries Journal28(4), 294-301.

Health Link BC. (2020). Finding reliable healthy eating information on the internet. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthy-eating/reliable-information

Holmberg, C., Berg, C., Dahlgren, J., Lissner, L., & Chaplin, J. E. (2019). Health literacy in a complex digital media landscape: pediatric obesity patients’ experiences with online weight, food, and health information. Health Informatics Journal25(4), 1343-1357.

Johnson, C. A. (2015). The information diet: A case for conscious comsumption. " O'Reilly Media, Inc.".

 

McLean, S. A., Wertheim, E. H., Masters, J., & Paxton, S. J. (2017). A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders50(7), 847-851.

National Institutes of Health. (2011). How to evaluate health information on the internet: Questions and answers. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://ods.od.nih.gov/HealthInformation/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx

Spettigue, W., & Henderson, K. A. (2004). Eating disorders and the role of the media. The Canadian child and adolescent psychiatry review13(1), 16.

Wade, T. D., Davidson, S., & O'Dea, J. A. (2003). A preliminary controlled evaluation of a school‐based             media literacy program and self‐esteem program for reducing eating disorder risk factors. International Journal of Eating Disorders33(4), 371-383.

www.anad.org/get-informed/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/

Galmiche et al. (2019)

www.eatingdisorderscoalition.ca/blog/2020/1/27/rise-up-advocacy-amp-eating-disorders-awareness-week-edaw

Statistics Canada, 2016

References

Cohen, N.H., Findlay, J.C., Carr, R. & Vanderlan, J. (2014). “Check, change what you need to change and/or keep what you want’: An art therapy neurobiological-based trauma protocol. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 31(2), 69-78.

Coqueiro, N.F., Vieira, F.R., Costa Freitas, M.M. (2010). Art as a therapeutic tool in mental health. Acta Paul Enferm, 23(6), 859-862.

Hemmings, S., Jakobowitz, S., Abas, M. et al. (2016). Responding to the health needs of survivors of human trafficking: a systematic review. BMC Health Serv Res 16, 320.

Linklater, R. (2014). Decolonizing trauma work. Fernwood Publishing, Winnipeg, 9-175.

Lock, J., Fitzpatrick, K.K., Agres, W.S., Weinbach, N. & Booil, J. (2018). Feasibility study combining art therapy or cognitive remediation therapy with family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa. European Eating Disorder Review, 26(1), 62-68.

Lu, L., & Yuen, F. (2012).  Journey women: Art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39 (3), 192-200.

Malchiodi, C.A. (Ed.). (2011). Handbook of Art Therapy. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Regev, D., Kurt, H. & Snir, S. (2016). Silence during art therapy: The art therapist’s perspective. International Journal of Art Therapy, 21(3), 86-94.

Schouten, R.A., de Niet, G.J., Knipscheer, J.W., Kleber, R.J., Hutschemaekers, G.J.M. (2015). The effectiveness of art therapy in the treatment of traumatized adults: A systemic review on art therapy and trauma. Trauma, violence, & abuse, 16(2). 220-228.

Smeijsters, H., & Cleven, G. (2006). The treatment of aggression using arts therapies in forensic psychiatry: Results from a qualitative inquiry.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33(1), 37-58.

Steele, W., & Malchoidi, C.A. (2012). Trauma informed practices with children and adults.  Routledge, New York, 1-233.

Talwar, S. (2007). Accessing traumatic memory through art making: An art therapy trauma protocol. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34(1), 22-35.

Walsh, C.A., Rutherford, G. & Crough, M.  (2013). Arts-based research: Creating social change for incarcerated women. Creative Approaches to Research, 6(1), 119-139.

Wilkinson, R,A., Chilton, G. (2013). Positive art therapy: Linking positive psychology to art therapy theory, practice, and research. Art Therapy: Journal of American Art Therapy Association, 30 (1).

 

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Resources:

https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/special-issues/men

https://www.eatright.org/health/diseases-and-conditions/eating-disorders/eating-disorders-also-affect-boys-and-men

https://www.psycom.net/eating-disorders-men

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/22/male-anorexia-shame-still-stops-men-getting-help

https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/statistics-research-eating-disorders

https://.www. bana.ca/resources/

https://www.ccu.health.wa.gov.au

https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/basics/perfectionism

www.unlockfood.ca/en/default.aspx
www.food-guide.canada.ca/en/
www.csep.ca/CMFiles/Guidelines/CSEP_PAGuidelines_0-65plus_en.pdf
www.Sleepfoundation.org
www.mindful.org/
www.intuitiveeating.org/
www.cpa.ca/docs/File/Publications/FactSheets/PsychologyWorksFactSheet_PhysicalActivity_MentalHealth_Motivation.pdf

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References

Carbone, E. T., & Zoellner, J. M. (2012). Nutrition and health literacy: a systematic review to inform            nutrition research and practice. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics112(2), 254-265.

Centre for Clinical Interventions. (2018). Evaluating dietary information. Perth, Western Australia: Centre for Clinical Interventions

Cha, E., Kim, K. H., Lerner, H. M., Dawkins, C. R., Bello, M. K., Umpierrez, G., & Dunbar, S. B. (2014). Health literacy, self-efficacy, food label use, and diet in young adults. American journal of health behavior38(3), 331-339.

Government of Canada. (2019). Canada's food guide: Healthy eating recommendations. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://food-guide.canada.ca/en/healthy-eating-recommendations/marketing-can-influence-your-food-choices/

Guardiola‐Wanden‐Berghe, R., Gil‐Pérez, J. D., Sanz‐Valero, J., & Wanden‐Berghe, C. (2011). Evaluating the quality of websites relating to diet and eating disorders. Health Information & Libraries Journal28(4), 294-301.

Health Link BC. (2020). Finding reliable healthy eating information on the internet. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthy-eating/reliable-information

Holmberg, C., Berg, C., Dahlgren, J., Lissner, L., & Chaplin, J. E. (2019). Health literacy in a complex digital media landscape: pediatric obesity patients’ experiences with online weight, food, and health information. Health Informatics Journal25(4), 1343-1357.

Johnson, C. A. (2015). The information diet: A case for conscious comsumption. " O'Reilly Media, Inc.".

 

McLean, S. A., Wertheim, E. H., Masters, J., & Paxton, S. J. (2017). A pilot evaluation of a social media literacy intervention to reduce risk factors for eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders50(7), 847-851.

National Institutes of Health. (2011). How to evaluate health information on the internet: Questions and answers. Retrieved December 21, 2020, from https://ods.od.nih.gov/HealthInformation/How_To_Evaluate_Health_Information_on_the_Internet_Questions_and_Answers.aspx

Spettigue, W., & Henderson, K. A. (2004). Eating disorders and the role of the media. The Canadian child and adolescent psychiatry review13(1), 16.

Wade, T. D., Davidson, S., & O'Dea, J. A. (2003). A preliminary controlled evaluation of a school‐based             media literacy program and self‐esteem program for reducing eating disorder risk factors. International Journal of Eating Disorders33(4), 371-383.

www.anad.org/get-informed/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/

Galmiche et al. (2019)

www.eatingdisorderscoalition.ca/blog/2020/1/27/rise-up-advocacy-amp-eating-disorders-awareness-week-edaw

Statistics Canada, 2016

References

Cohen, N.H., Findlay, J.C., Carr, R. & Vanderlan, J. (2014). “Check, change what you need to change and/or keep what you want’: An art therapy neurobiological-based trauma protocol. Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 31(2), 69-78.

Coqueiro, N.F., Vieira, F.R., Costa Freitas, M.M. (2010). Art as a therapeutic tool in mental health. Acta Paul Enferm, 23(6), 859-862.

Hemmings, S., Jakobowitz, S., Abas, M. et al. (2016). Responding to the health needs of survivors of human trafficking: a systematic review. BMC Health Serv Res 16, 320.

Linklater, R. (2014). Decolonizing trauma work. Fernwood Publishing, Winnipeg, 9-175.

Lock, J., Fitzpatrick, K.K., Agres, W.S., Weinbach, N. & Booil, J. (2018). Feasibility study combining art therapy or cognitive remediation therapy with family-based treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa. European Eating Disorder Review, 26(1), 62-68.

Lu, L., & Yuen, F. (2012).  Journey women: Art therapy in a decolonizing framework of practice. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39 (3), 192-200.

Malchiodi, C.A. (Ed.). (2011). Handbook of Art Therapy. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Regev, D., Kurt, H. & Snir, S. (2016). Silence during art therapy: The art therapist’s perspective. International Journal of Art Therapy, 21(3), 86-94.

Schouten, R.A., de Niet, G.J., Knipscheer, J.W., Kleber, R.J., Hutschemaekers, G.J.M. (2015). The effectiveness of art therapy in the treatment of traumatized adults: A systemic review on art therapy and trauma. Trauma, violence, & abuse, 16(2). 220-228.

Smeijsters, H., & Cleven, G. (2006). The treatment of aggression using arts therapies in forensic psychiatry: Results from a qualitative inquiry.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 33(1), 37-58.

Steele, W., & Malchoidi, C.A. (2012). Trauma informed practices with children and adults.  Routledge, New York, 1-233.

Talwar, S. (2007). Accessing traumatic memory through art making: An art therapy trauma protocol. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 34(1), 22-35.

Walsh, C.A., Rutherford, G. & Crough, M.  (2013). Arts-based research: Creating social change for incarcerated women. Creative Approaches to Research, 6(1), 119-139.

Wilkinson, R,A., Chilton, G. (2013). Positive art therapy: Linking positive psychology to art therapy theory, practice, and research. Art Therapy: Journal of American Art Therapy Association, 30 (1).

 

ISSUE #1 – FALL 2020

Resources:

https://www.eatingdisorderhope.com/treatment-for-eating-disorders/special-issues/men

https://www.eatright.org/health/diseases-and-conditions/eating-disorders/eating-disorders-also-affect-boys-and-men

https://www.psycom.net/eating-disorders-men

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/sep/22/male-anorexia-shame-still-stops-men-getting-help

https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/statistics-research-eating-disorders

https://.www. bana.ca/resources/

https://www.ccu.health.wa.gov.au

https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/basics/perfectionism

www.unlockfood.ca/en/default.aspx
www.food-guide.canada.ca/en/
www.csep.ca/CMFiles/Guidelines/CSEP_PAGuidelines_0-65plus_en.pdf
www.Sleepfoundation.org
www.mindful.org/
www.intuitiveeating.org/
www.cpa.ca/docs/File/Publications/FactSheets/PsychologyWorksFactSheet_PhysicalActivity_MentalHealth_Motivation.pdf

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