by: Eric Stice
This Facilitator Guide outlines a 2-part group therapy program for adolescents and young adults at risk of developing eating disorders. In the first part, participants critique the thin ideal through discussion, role-playing, and written exercises. The second part helps participants make permanent lifestyle changes to achieve a healthy body weight.
by: Kathryn J. Zerbe
Provides a comprehensive approach to the outpatient treatment of eating disorders. This title presents a range of pharmacological and psychodynamic strategies.
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: Simona Giordano
Eating disorders (EDs) have become a social epidemic in the developed world. This book addresses the close links between EDs and exercise, helping us to understand why people with EDs often exercise to excessive and potentially harmful levels. It examines this issue from an ethical and legal perspective.
by: David Veale
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is defined as a preoccupation with an "imagined" defect in one's appearance, where the person's concern is markedly excessive. Diagnosis is usually slow and treatment frequently inappropriate.
by: Terry Carney
Eating disorders comprise a diverse group, which include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other non-specific eating disorders. This book concentrates mainly on anorexia nervosa, especially in adulthood.
by: Debra L. Safer
Offers clinicians a fresh set of tools for helping people overcome binge-eating disorder and bulimia.
by: Sylvia R. Karasu
<p> "The Gravity of Weight: A Clinical Guide to Weight Loss and Maintenance" is perhaps the first comprehensive integration of the psychological and physiological aspects of the mind, brain, and body to explain why weight control seems so daunting for so many people.
by: Janet D. Latner
Examines self-help treatments for weight problems and obesity, binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, and body image disturbances. This book offers practical pointers for guiding clients or patients toward safe, effective approaches, from independent strategies to treatments with higher levels of professional involvement.
by: Donna M. Sudak
Combining medication and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be challenging but can also enhance patient care. This book reviews the existing literature about the neurobiological and clinical basis in combining CBT and medication for non-psychiatrist mental health clinicians.