Here are some tips based on my own experiences and those of others (personal friends and PH-ers). The first was the biggie for me:
1) Make sure you're eating enough nutrients. Seriously, a varied diet, vitamins, etc. If you're malnourished, your body will beat the crap out of your brain and force feed you until you're not anymore. When I was nutrient starved you had to tie me down to keep me off the nut butters.
2) If you have a history of calorie restriction, just lay off for a while. Anxiety = bingeing. If you're thinking about food all day, whether it's guilt about yesterday or listing all the ways you won't eat today, you're still obsessing about food all day, and increasing the chances you will binge at night. Plus, long-term calorie restriction leads to bingeing in lots and lots of people.
3) Don't eat at night if you feel even remotely bingey. Just no food at all. No snacks, nothing. Don't tell yourself you'll stop at 8pm, just don't eat after work. Obviously, this necessitates some planning to ensure you're still eating (see #2). So, I wouldn't skip breakfast and lunch ever. If you're going to IF, plan to skip dinner, or make it a really early dinner, like Nance does, at like 4 or 5pm.
Alternatively, go out for dinner so that you have a restricted amount you can reasonably eat, but only if you're going to eat great food and be able to not snack when you get home.
For whatever reason, night-bingeing is the most common, and once you start it's virtually impossible to stop. Eating during the day and eating out also restricts the quantity of food you can eat at one time simply by virtue of the fact that you can't lie down afterwards and you still need to fit into whatever clothes you're wearing.
4) Rehashing the basics: keep refined carbs low, no sugar, don't keep bingey foods in the house (nut butters, dairy, fruit).
Other people have awesome advice here and there are some other threads, so you're in good hands. :)
Edit: I just read some of the comments and had a quick thought:
The whole bingeing on paleo thing is great for people who overeat (eat until you're stuffed/guilty), but for people who seriously binge (eating until you're sick) I'm not sure it's that helpful. Learning to respect food as food helps. That is, there aren't "bad foods" and "good foods," there's just non-food and food. Eating non-food will make you sick for sure, but eating too much food will still make you sick. There's no magical food that you can eat until your gut explodes without your gut exploding, unfortunately.
I'm not sure how much my saying this helps, but it might be useful to remind yourself of it mid-binge.