• www.edap.org
      National Eating Disorder Association. Information and copyrighted material that can be reproduced for educational uses — a great site for information. Check out the “eating disorder information” tab for a broad list of topics that may be of concern to someone with an eating problem or for family or friends. There’s a good section on eating disorders for men and boys.
    • www.somethingfishy.org
      A very helpful long-standing site developed by a woman in recovery along with her spouse. information, links, referrals, and news releases.
    • www.eatingwithyouranorexic.com/parentcaregiversite.html
      for information on the Maudsley approach to enlisting the help of the family in treatment of anorexia and bulimia.
    • www.lgbthealth.net/resources2.shtml
      Many links on health for the lesbian, gay, transgender community, including three research articles from the International Journal of Eating Disorders on “Eating Disorders in the LGBT Commmunity.”
    • www.gurze.net
      A comprehensive eating disorder book site.
    • www.iaedp.com
      The International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. Referrals to certified eating disorder specialists. see also www.aedweb.org
    • www.aptedsf.com
      Referrals to eating disorder providers of all types in the Bay Area.
    • www.edreferral.com
      Local referrals and information
    • www.nedic.ca
      Toronto website with great information and facts; also posters and educational materials
    • www.barbarabirsinger.com
      Sign up for monthly newsletter and receive free mini-course on intuitive eating from a Petaluma/SF nutritionist Barbara Birsinger, RD, PhD.
    • News Release
      Sept. 2006 news release regarding the Health at Every Size philosophy.
    • www.bodypositive.com
      Educational site for improving body image at any size.
  • see gurze.net or other eating disorder sites for more

    • The Beginner’s Guide to Eating Disorder Recovery, Nancy Kolodny, LCSW, 2004. (For teens and young adults beginning treatment.)
    • Eating in the Light of the Moon: How women can transform their relationships with food through myths, metaphors & storytelling, Anita Johnston, PhD, 1996 (For individuals trying to understand the emotional and symbolic aspects of their eating behavior; very popular book in eating disorder programs with young women and girls.)
    • Surviving an Eating Disorder: Strategies for Family and Friends, Michelle Siegel, PhD, Judith Brisman, PhD and Margot Weinshel, MSW, 1988, (How to gain perspective, bring the eating disorder out in the open, and support someone you love who is suffering.)
    • A Starving Madness, Tales of hunger, hope and healing in psychotherapy, Judith Ruskay Rabinor, Ph.D. 2002, (For those who suffer and those who treat eating disorders, an intimate glimpse into the pocess of psychotherapy; well written, of interest for someone considering therapy, in therapy for an eating disorder, or for therapists.)
    • Somebody to Love, A Guide to Loving the Body You Have, Leslea Newman, 1991 (Journal writing suggestions oriented toward changing your relationship to your body and food. Out of print but lots of used books available at low cost
    • Father Hunger: Fathers, Daughters & Food, Margo Maine, Ph.D., 1991. (On absence of nourishing relationship to the father in many individuals with eating disorders and the way socio-cultural norms perpetuates this absence; non-blaming, solutions for those with eating disorders and their fathers and mothers.)
    • The Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation, Marion Woodman, 1985 (For those interested in a Jungian and archetypal feminine approach to healing and transformation of eating and body problems.)
    • A Hunger So Wide and So Deep, B.W. Thompson. Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press, 1995. (Multicultural perspective on body image and eating disorders.)
    • Looking Queer: Body Image and Identity in Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Communities, D. Atkins. New York: Harrington Park Press, 1998.
    • Making Weight: Men’s Conflict with Food, Weight, Shape, and Appearance, A. Andersen, L. Cohn, and T. Holbrook. Carlsbad, CA: Gürze Books, 2000.
    • The Body Betrayed: A Deeper Understanding of Women, Eating Disorders, and Treatment, Kathryn J Zerbe, MD, 1993. Classic comprehensive coverage of eating disorder treatment by a staff psychoanalyst at the Menninger Clinic.
    • Intuitive Eating: Reject Dieting Forever and Reclaim Your Body Through Guilt-Free Eating, Evelyn Tribole & Elyse Resch.
    • Big Fat Lies: The Truth About Your Weight and Your Health, Glenn Gaesser, Gurze book author and UCLA exercise physiologist exposes some of the myths about weight and health.
    • Health at Every Size
      Free copy of online journal.