List of Articles by Subject

Body Image & Self-Esteem
Food & Weight Preoccupation
Social, Cultural & Biological Influences
Treatment, Care, Support & Recovery
Prevention & Health Promotion


Body Image & Self-Esteem

Body Equity: A Concept Long Overdue (pdf)
Cultural Sensitivity and Body Image Programs for Young Aboriginal Women (pdf)
Do Women With Low Self-Esteem Use Appearance to Feel Better?
Males' Body Image and Eating Disorders: An Increasing Concern
Men and Eating Disorders (pdf)
Set Point: What Your Body is Trying to Tell You


Food & Weight Preoccupation

Exercise, Physical Appearance and Self-Esteem in Adolescence (pdf)
Exposing the Diet Myth: Diets Make You Eat Less (pdf)
Food & Weight Preoccupation in Midlife (pdf)
How self-consciousness can burden our well-being – and how self-compassion can help (PDF)
On the Importance of Considering the Role of Internalized Weight Stigma Pre- and Post-Bariatric Surgery (pdf)
The Process of Change: Adolescence and Disordered Eating (pdf)
​Self-Weighing: A “Weighty” Issue to Consider in Health Promotion Practice (pdf)
Vegetarianism and Disordered Eating (pdf)


Social, Cultural & Biological Influences

Body Beautiful/Body Perfect: Challenging the Status Quo: Where Do Women with Diabilities Fit In?
Body Dissatisfaction and Maladaptive Eating Behaviours Among Transgender People (pdf)
Eating Disorders: Time to Count the Costs (pdf)
Eating Disorders and Obesity: How are They Related?
The Faces of Disordered Eating: Food and Weight Preoccupation among Black Women (pdf)
Fat Talk
Fat as a Therapeutic Issue: Raising Awareness in Ourselves and Our Clients
Reflections on Genes and Eating Disorders
The Cult of Buff and Lean


Treatment, Care, Support & Recovery

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Eating Disorders (pdf)
Addressing Issues of Autonomy & Beneficence in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Bariatric Surgery and Eating Disorders (pdf)
The Best of Two Worlds: Integrating Emotion-Focused Family Therapy and the New Maudsley Model in the Treatment of Eating Disorders Across the Lifespan (pdf)
A Brief Review of Exercise in Eating Disorders Treatment (pdf)
Coping with the Holidays
Coping Strategies for Families and Partners of an Individual Living with an Eating Disorder
Dental Problems Associated with Disordered Eating (pdf)
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy for the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Emotion-Focused Therapy for Eating Disorders
Family-Based Treatment of Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa: The Maudsley Approach
Getting Help - Getting Better
Giving Up An Eating Disorder: What Else Might You Be Giving Up?
Helping and Healing Practices
Living with an Eating Disorder: What about Brothers and Sisters? (pdf)
Managing Triggers while Recovering from an Eating Disorder (pdf)
Me, My Partner and that #*&%# Eating Disorder
Meal Support: A Novel, Individualized Approach (pdf)
Motivational Considerations in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Moving from Self-Harm to Self-Care
The New Maudsley Model: Working Collaboratively with Families and Carers in the Treatment of Adults with Eating Disorders
Reflections on Hope & Recovery
The Role of the Dietitian in Eating Disorder Treatment: Lessons Learned From 25 Years in the Field (pdf)
Smartphone Applications for Eating Disorder Treatment ​(pdf)
The Transition from the Child - Adolescent to Adult Systems of Care for Eating Disorders: Challenges and Opportunities for Patients, Parents and Treatment Providers
What is Helping? Youth & Recovery


Prevention & Health Promotion

Becoming Critical Consumers: Research and the Media
Developing Powerful Public Education Support Campaigns
Developing Support Programmes in Rural and Under-Served Areas 
Eating Disorders in Canada (pdf)
Eating Disorders Among Girls and Women in Canada Report: Where are we now?​ (pdf)
Improving Body Image and Preventing Eating Disorders: Should we be linking these quite so tightly? (pdf)
Myths About Health At Every Size® (pdf)
Prevention of Eating Disorders
Suddenly Semestered: Food & Weight Concerns on Campus
Stigmatization of Eating Disorders
What is Health at Every Size?
What We Have Learned About Primary Prevention of Food & Weight Preoccupation