Food Choices for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet


Publications by Linda Riebel, Ph.D.

2012. Endangered Species: Saving Them and Ourselves. White paper commissioned by Animals and Society Institute.

2011. The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and Planet.Lafayette, CA: Print and Pixel Books.

2010. Friedman, H., Krippner, S., Riebel, L., Johnson, C. Models of Spiritual Development. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 29(1), 53-70.

2007. Hiatt, K., Riebel, L., & Friedman, H. (2007). The Gap between What We Know and What We Do about Childhood Obesity: A Multi-Factor Model for Assessment, Intervention, and Prevention. Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, 1 (1), 1-44.

2004. How People Recover from Eating Disorders. (with Jane Kaplan). Philadelphia: Xlibris.

2002. Eating to Save the Earth: Food Choices for a Healthy Planet.(with Ken Jacobsen). Berkeley: Celestial Arts

2001. Consuming the Earth: Eating Disorders and Ecopsychology. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 41 (2), 38-58.

2000. Hidden Grandiosity in Bulimics. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 37 (2), 180-188.

1996 . Self-Sealing Doctrines, the Misuse of Power, and Recovered Memory. Transactional Analysis Journal, 26 (1), 40-45.

1995. The Family Passenger. The California Therapist, 7 (1), 37-41.

1993. The Match of Adulation: The Mutual Seduction of Leaders and Followers. The California Therapist, November/December, 56-61.

1992. On With the Show (Therapist as Actor). Family Therapy Networker, 16 (5), 32-37.

1990a. The Dropout Problem in Eating Disorder Groups. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 27 (3), 404-410.

1990b. Doctor, Teacher, Indian Chief: The Metaphors Therapists Live. Journal of Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy, 9 (2), 119-135.

1989a. Communication Skills for Eating Disordered Clients. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 26 (1), 69-74.

1989b. Someone You Love is Obsessed with Food: What You Need to Know About Eating Disorders. Center City, MN: Hazelden.( Co-authored with Jane Kaplan)

1989c. A Day in the Life of a Private Practitioner. Family Therapy Networker, 13 (4), 69-71.

1988. Understanding Eating Disorders: A Guide for Health Care Professionals. Sacramento: Robert D. Anderson.

1986. Usurpation: Strategy and Metaphor. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 22 (3), 595-603.

1985. Eating Disorders and Personal Constructs. Transactional Analysis Journal, 15 (1), 42-47.

1984a. A Homeopathic Model of Psychotherapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 24 (1), 9-48.

1984b. Paradoxical Strategies: A Review of Rationales. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training 21 (2), 260-272.

1982a. Humanistic Psychology: How Realistic? Small Group Behavior, 13 (3), 349-371.

1982b. Theory as Self-Portrait and the Ideal of Objectivity. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 22 (2), 91-110.

1979. Falsifiability, Self-Sealing Doctrines, and Humanistic Psychology. HPI Review, 2 (1), 41-59.