Jennifer J. Thomas, Ph.D. 
Clinical Psychologist 
Almost Anorexic: Is My (Or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem?

While just 1 in 200 U.S. adults will ever struggle with full-blown anorexia nervosa, at least 1 in 20 will 
struggle with "almost anorexia," or subclinical eating disorder symptoms. Some of these individuals ultimately develop anorexia nervosa, others pass through this phase on their journey from anorexia nervosa to full recovery, and still others simply go unrecognized in this grey area between "normal" eating and a diagnosable psychiatric condition.

To provide hope and help for those with subclinical eating disorders, I have written a book called Almost Anorexic: Is My (Or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem?in collaboration with my co-author Jenni Schaefer, who herself fully recovered from anorexia nervosa.

Almost Anorexic was published by Hazelden/Harvard Health Publications in July 2013. It is the fourth volume in Harvard Medical School's new series: The Almost Effect.

As a sneak peek, feel free to check out the video trailer or download the following excerpts from the book!

Normal eating means...

Do's and don'ts of supporting a loved one with disordered eating

Don't settle for barely recovered

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