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The Jerusalem Diet
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Guided Imagery and the Personal Path to Weight Control
Judith Besserman, Ph.D. and Emily Budick, Ph.D.
Gefen Publishing House
This is a book about why we eat, and why we diet; why we overeat and then deprive ourselves; why, finally, we fail to feed and satisfy the person we really wish ourselves to be. This is not a diet book in any conventional sense of the word, even though it contains many practical tips for losing weight and maintaining weight loss. Rather, it is a book about appetite. It is about our appetite for life, and how we can maintain it, drawing on the tools of guided imagery taught by Jerusalem psychotherapist and spiritual guide Colette Aboulker-Muscat.
About the Authors Dr. Judith Besserman Dr. Judith Besserman completed her psychoanalytic training at the New York Postgraduate Center for Mental Health in 1977 and her doctorate at Rutgers University. She is a practicing psychotherapist in Jerusalem and New York City. She uses guided visualizations in her general practice and in the many diet groups she has run over the past ten years.
Dr. Emily Budick Dr. Emily Budick earned her doctorate in English and American Literature from Cornell University. She is Professor of English at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
'This book is a perfect companion for anyone wishing to start and complete the journey of rebalancing their body from the inside out. Each imaginal exercise is an exquisite guide along the way to bringing your body, mind, and spirit into harmony.' Judith Sarah Schmidt PhD, Clinical Psychologist Co-Director, Center for Intentional Living
'A groundbreaking book using mental imagery for taking charge, for good, of your relationship to food. This unique method delivers what it promises. General Epstein, MD author of Healing Visualizations: Creating Health through Imagery