by: Stephen Wonderlich
Presents the developments in eating disorders. This resource covers the twenty key topics. It is a compilation of reviews from leading scientists and clinicians, and is useful for busy professionals and health researchers, with an emphasis on clinical implications. It also provides information for psychologists, psychiatrists, and, dieticians.
by: Lorraine Bell
Offers a treatment programme for people with eating disorders who have a negative body image. This manual provides advice for therapists, enabling them to deliver the programme, as well as practical guidance for the sufferer, encouraging them to learn the appropriate skills to change their attitude towards their body.
by: C.Laird Birmingham
Now in its second edition, this established text provides the practical information needed to treat patients with eating disorders.
by: JoEllen Patterson
Helps students and new therapists to work effectively in real-world clinical practice with families.
by: Julia Buckroyd
This is an edited book that brings together many of the most distinguished researchers and clinicians in the field of food misuse. The papers included are drawn from the conferences on psychological approaches to eating disorders and obesity held at the University of Hertfordshire in 2005 and 2006.
by: Steven C. Hayes
This volume is the most practical clinical guide on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) yet available. It is designed to show how the ACT model and techniques apply to various disorders, settings, and delivery options with the goal of allowing researchers and clinicians to begin applying ACT wherever it seems to fit. The book is divided into three sections, with chapters demonstrating the e...(view full description)
by: Emily K. Sandoz
Coauthored by Kelly Wilson, cofounder of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Eating Disorders is a complete guide to treating eating disorders that targets the underlying factors that fuel most eating disorders.
by: Petros Levounis
Publication Date: 15/5/2010
A clinician's guide to motivational interviewing. With a focus on substance use disorders and addiction, it equips readers with an understanding of the motivational interviewing approach - an understanding that readers can flexibly apply to address patients' issues of motivation and change even beyond substance use.
by: Ahmed Boachie
Building a supportive and open relationship with young people suffering from eating disorders is key to assisting the recovery process. This book presents analogies and metaphors that allow parents and caregivers to ally themselves with treatment rather than the eating disorder, and take positive steps with their child towards a full recovery.
by: Simon Crowe
A locally written guide to the clinical interpretation of cognitive assessments using the Wechsler WAIS-IV and WMS-IV scales. Using Australian case material, it provides empirical and interpretative analysis based upon legal requirements, the range of sociocultural uses to which intellectual assessment is put and consideration of appropriate norms.