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Dr. Jen Nash in a Clinical Psychologist living with diabetes since childhood. She is the founder and director of Positive Diabetes (www.PositiveDiabetes.com), an international service- providing therapy, education and training services to promote the psychological wellbeing of people living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. She is also a keynote speaker for national diabetes charities, trainer for NHS professionals, consultant to leading diabetes pharmaceutical companies, and co-author of My Sweet Life: Successful Women with Diabetes (2011).
Table of Contents
1 Introduction 1
2 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Diabetes 11
3 Dealing with Diagnosis 23
4 Depression, Low Mood and Burnout 49
5 Managing Fear, Anxiety and Worry 80
6 Managing Food,Weight and Emotions 109
7 Diabetes and Relationships 152
8 Implementing Change 185
9 Managing Setbacks, Staying Solution-Focused
and Embracing Mindfulness 205
10 Recommended Resources 218