Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 273
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Trainees and practitioners in clinical psychology, psychiatry, nursing, dietetics, and counselling will welcome this concise, comprehensive and practical guide to understanding eating disorders and to helping patients with these difficult disorders. The author is a renowned clinician and trainer in the field, with wide experience of research and treatment in anorexia, bulimia and related disorders. The chapters deal with the nature and incidence of eating disorders, and how current conceptual models can help to understand them; assessment and treatment, including unusual and complex cases, and also the organisation of services. Key features of the book include: * A clear, direct approach to understanding eating disorders and what causes them * A review of the evidence for treatment methods and their outcomes * The authors pragmatic, realistic approach to treatment which is employs evidence based methods and clinical experience, as appropriate *...