Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder, Second Edition

Author: James Lock,Daniel Le Grange

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 146251748X

Category: Psychology

Page: 310

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"[Presents] ... evidence that parents--who have often been told to take a back seat in eating disorder treatment--can and must play a key role in recovery. Whether pursuing family-based treatment or other options, parents learn specific, doable steps for monitoring their teen's eating and exercise habits, managing mealtimes, ending weight related power struggles, and collaborating successfully with health care providers"--
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Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents

A Clinical Handbook

Author: Daniel Le Grange,James Lock

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1609184939

Category: Psychology

Page: 512

View: 8596

Bringing together leading authorities, this comprehensive volume integrates the best current knowledge and treatment approaches for eating disorders in children and adolescents. The book reveals how anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other disorders present differently developmentally and explains their potentially far-reaching impact on psychological, physical, and neurobiological development. It provides guidelines for developmentally sound assessment and diagnosis, with attention to assessment challenges unique to this population. Detailed descriptions of evidence-based therapies are illustrated with vivid case examples. Promising directions in prevention are also addressed. A special chapter offers a parent's perspective on family treatment.
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Treatment Manual for Anorexia Nervosa, Second Edition

A Family-Based Approach

Author: James Lock,Daniel Le Grange

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1462506801

Category: Psychology

Page: 289

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This indispensable manual presents the leading empirically supported treatment approach for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN). What sets family-based treatment apart is the central role played by parents and siblings throughout therapy. The book gives practitioners a clear framework for mobilizing parents to promote their child's weight restoration and healthy eating; improving parent-child relationships; and getting adolescent development back on track. Each phase of therapy is described in session-by-session detail. In-depth case illustrations show how to engage clients while flexibly implementing the validated treatment procedures. New to This Edition*Reflects the latest knowledge on AN and its treatment, including additional research supporting the approach.*Clarifies key concepts and techniques.*Chapter on emerging directions in training and treatment dissemination.*Many new clinical strategies.
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Treating Bulimia in Adolescents

A Family-based Approach

Author: Daniel Le Grange,James Lock

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781593854140

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 260

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An indispensable clinical resource, this groundbreaking book is the first treatment manual to focus specifically on adolescent bulimia nervosa. The authors draw on their proven approach to treating anorexia nervosa in the family context and adapt it to the unique needs of this related yet distinct clinical population. Evidence-based strategies are presented for helping the whole family collaborate to bring dysfunctional eating behaviors under control, while also addressing co-occurring psychological problems and parent–child relationship conflicts. Highly practical, the book shows exactly how to carry out this time-limited therapy and what to do when problems arise. Special features include annotated session transcripts and answers to frequently asked questions.
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Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

The New Maudsley Method

Author: Janet Treasure,Gráinne Smith,Anna Crane

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134083904

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

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Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder equips carers with the skills and knowledge needed to support and encourage those suffering from an eating disorder, and to help them to break free from the traps that prevent recovery. Through a coordinated approach, this book offers information alongside detailed techniques and strategies, which aim to improve professionals' and home carers' ability to build continuity and consistency of support for their loved ones. The authors use evidence-based research and personal experience, as well as practical support skills, to advise the reader on a number of difficult areas in caring for someone with an eating disorder. These include: working towards positive change through good communications skills developing problem solving skills building resilience managing difficult behaviour. This book is essential reading for both professionals and families involved in the care and support of anyone with an eating disorder. It will enable the reader to use the skills, information and insight gained to help change eating disorder symptoms.
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Helping Your Child Overcome an Eating Disorder

What You Can Do at Home

Author: Bethany A. Teachman,Marlene B. Schwartz,Bonnie S. Gordic,Brenda S. Coyle

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 1608827224

Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

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This book, written by the experts at the Yale University Center for Eating and Weight Disorders, offers you concrete strategies you can use at home to facilitate and support your child's recovery from an eating disorder. Between 5 and 10 million people between the ages of twelve and twenty suffer from either anorexia or bulimia. This comprehensive workbook offers help to you and your family when one of your of children is struggling with an eating disorder. The book is also a powerful tool for professionals who work with adolescents and teenagers suffering from these disorders.
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My Kid Is Back

Empowering Parents To Beat Anorexia Nervosa

Author: June Alexander,Professor Daniel Le Grange

Publisher: Melbourne Univ. Publishing

ISBN: 9780522859263

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 280

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When a child develops anorexia nervosa, parents often don't know where to turn for help. My Kid Is Back offers hope and encouragement for parents in fighting this eating disorder. Based on the Maudsley Approach, a successful family-based treatment, this book gives parents techniques for taking charge of the illness and helping their child move on with their lives. This is a practical guide that provides a fuller understanding of anorexia nervosa and information about where to go for help. It also features the stories of ten families who describe how they coped and the journeys they have made in beating the illness.
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Family Based Treatment for Restrictive Eating Disorders

A Guide for Supervision and Advanced Clinical Practice

Author: Sarah Forsberg,James Lock,Daniel Le Grange

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351252003

Category: Psychology

Page: 180

View: 2004

Family Based Treatment for Restrictive Eating Disorders unpacks some of the most common dilemmas providers face in implementation of Family Based Treatment (FBT) across the spectrum of restrictive eating disorders. Directed towards advanced clinicians and supervisors, this manual is rooted in the assumption that true fidelity requires ongoing self-reflection and an understanding of the nuances involved in translating manualized interventions into rich clinical practice. Combining the key tenets of FBT with the best practices in supervision, it provides a framework to support each phase of the treatment process. Each chapter contains a wealth of resources, including clinical vignettes, a treatment fidelity measure, and other useful tools to assist both supervisors and advanced clinicians in becoming expert FBT practitioners.
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Eating Disorders

A Parents' Guide, Second Edition

Author: Rachel Bryant-Waugh,Bryan Lask,Consultant Psychiatrist Bryan Lask

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135446342

Category: Psychology

Page: 192

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Eating problems in children and teenagers are very common. Yet myths about the problem abound and it can be very difficult to separate the facts from popular beliefs; unusual or disturbed eating patterns can be understandably bewildering and distressing for parents. Whatever aspect of your child's eating behaviour is causing you concern, this book will help you understand some of the more common reasons why problems arise, and will give you advice on what you and others can do to manage the situation. Written by experienced clinicians, this new edition of Eating Disorders: A Parents' Guide is dedicated to clarifying the subject of eating disorders. Combining an accessible and straightforward introduction to the subject with practical advice, this book represents the first step towards diagnosis and treatment. Case-studies are used to help parents to understand their children's experiences of this complex and challenging subject and sensitive advice is offered on a range of issues, including: how to identify a complete range of eating difficulties how to approach specific problems where to seek help and treatment. This book will be welcomed by anyone who is concerned about the eating habits of their children and will be invaluable to professionals working with those suffering from eating disorders.
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When Your Child Has an Eating Disorder

A Step-by-Step Workbook for Parents and Other Caregivers

Author: Abigail H. Natenshon

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: 9780787945787

Category: Psychology

Page: 300

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When Your Child has an Eating Disorder is the first hands-on workbook to help parents successfully intervene when they suspect their child has an eating disorder. This step-by-step guide is filled with self-tests, questions and answers, journaling and role playing exercises, and practical resources that give parents the insight they need to understand eating disorders and their treatment, recognize symptoms in their child, and work with their child toward recovery. This excellent and effective resource is one therapists can feel confident about recommending to patients.
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Skills-based Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder

The New Maudsley Method

Author: Janet Treasure,Gráinne Smith,Anna Crane

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317564502

Category: Psychology

Page: 294

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Skills-based Caring equips carers with the skills and knowledge needed to support those suffering from an eating disorder, and to help them to break free from the traps that prevent recovery. Through a coordinated approach, it offers detailed techniques and strategies, which aim to improve professionals' and carers' ability to build continuity of support for their loved ones. Using evidence-based research and personal experience, the authors advise the reader on a number of difficult areas in caring for someone with an eating disorder. This new and updated edition is essential reading for both professionals and families involved in the care and support of anyone with an eating disorder.
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Family Therapy for Adolescent Eating and Weight Disorders

New Applications

Author: Katharine L. Loeb,Daniel Le Grange,James Lock

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134697295

Category: Psychology

Page: 454

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Family-based treatment (FBT) for eating disorders is an outpatient therapy in which parents are utilized as the primary resource in treatment. The therapist supports the parents to do the work nurses would have done if the patient were hospitalized to an inpatient-refeeding unit, and are eventually tasked with encouraging the patient to resume normal adolescent development. In recent years many new adaptations of the FBT intervention have been developed for addressing the needs of special populations. This informative new volume chronicles these novel applications of FBT in a series of chapters authored by the leading clinicians and investigators who are pioneering each adaptation.
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"I'm, Like, SO Fat!"

Helping Your Teen Make Healthy Choices about Eating and Exercise in a Weight-Obsessed World

Author: Dianne Neumark-Sztainer

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1609189388

Category: Psychology

Page: 316

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It’s hard to decide which is more frightening--the “food” teenagers enjoy, or the things they say about their bodies. Whether it’s your son’s passion for chips and soda or your daughter’s announcement that she “feels fat,” kids’ attitude about how they look and what they should eat often seem devoid of common sense. In a world where television and school cafeterias push super-sized sandwiches while magazines feature pencil-thin models, many teens feel pressured to starve themselves and others eat way too much. Blending her experience as the mother of four with results from a survey of nearly 5,000 teens, Dr. Diane Neumark-Sztainer shows you how to respond constructively to “fat talk,” counteract negative media messages, and give your kids the straight story about nutrition and calories, the dangers of dieting, and eating right when they’re away from home. Full of examples illustrating the challenges teens face today, this upbeat and insightful book is packed with great ideas that will help kids everywhere feel better about their looks and make healthier choices about eating and exercise.
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Survive Fbt

Skills Manual for Parents Undertaking Family Based Treatment (Fbt) for Child and Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa

Author: Maria Ganci

Publisher: LMD Publishing

ISBN: 9780994474605

Category: Anorexia in adolescence

Page: 92

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Are you struggling with Family Based Treatment? Family Based Treatment (FBT) is viewed as the gold standard in treating adolescent Anorexia Nervosa and it currently produces the best evidence-based outcomes. However, the treatment is intensive and many parents commence unprepared despite their courage and willingness to take on the task of refeeding their ill child to health. Parents have desperately asked for more information to help them understand anorexia's grip on their child and to survive the intensity of the treatment. This book was written to give these parents the tools to help them "see it through" to the end. This "skills-based manual" clearly explains the treatment, providing invaluable information to help parents through each component. It outlines the obstacles and all the anorexic behaviors that will impede treatment and recovery. The aim of this manual is to ensure parents remain one step ahead of anorexia and that they "hit the ground running." This book is a valuable resource for parents commencing FBT and for parents struggling during treatment. It offers clear, practical advice and empowers parents to confront whatever the illness throws at them. It is also an important resource for clinicians and will help them guide their families through treatment.
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Brave Girl Eating

A Family's Struggle with Anorexia

Author: Harriet Brown

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062008617

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

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“One of the most up to date, relevant, and honest accounts of one family’s battle with the life threatening challenges of anorexia. Brown has masterfully woven science, history, and heart throughout this compelling and tender story.” —Lynn S. Grefe, Chief Executive Officer, National Eating Disorders Association “As a woman who once knew the grip of a life-controlling eating disorder, I held my breath reading Harriet Brown’s story. As a mother of daughters, I wept for her. Then cheered.” —Joyce Maynard, author of Labor Day In Brave Girl Eating, the chronicle of a family’s struggle with anorexia nervosa, journalist, professor, and author Harriet Brown recounts in mesmerizing and horrifying detail her daughter Kitty’s journey from near-starvation to renewed health. Brave Girl Eating is an intimate, shocking, compelling, and ultimately uplifting look at the ravages of a mental illness that affects more than 18 million Americans.
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A Parent's Guide to Defeating Eating Disorders

Spotting the Stealth Bomber and Other Symbolic Approaches

Author: Ahmed Boachie,Karin Jasper

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 0857005286

Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

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Building a supportive and open relationship with young people suffering from eating disorders is key to assisting the recovery process. This book is packed with metaphorical explanations that will allow parents and caregivers to ally themselves with treatment rather than the eating disorder, and take positive steps with their child towards a full and lasting recovery. Written by experienced eating disorder specialists, the book will help caregivers to reach out to young people having difficulty cooperating with treatment. Its effective use of analogies and metaphors helps to crystallize a practical understanding of eating disorders and the crucial aspects of the treatment process. Integrating medical, psychological, and narrative aspects, as well as the visual (with illustrations), it encourages the reader, and by extension the sufferer, to conceptualize each step towards health. This book will be an invaluable tool for families, friends, and those working with young people suffering from eating disorders. The fresh perspective will also appeal to mental health professionals and anyone else working in the field.
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The Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders

Supporting Self-Esteem, Healthy Eating, and Positive Body Image at Home

Author: Marcia Herrin,Nancy Matsumoto

Publisher: Gurze Books

ISBN: 9780936077574

Category: Self-Help

Page: 324

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The Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders shows that effective solutions begin at home and cost little more than a healthy investment of time, effort, and love. Based on exciting new research, it differs from similar books in several key ways. Instead of concentrating on the grim, expensive hospital stays of patients with severe disorders, the authors focus on the family, teaching parents how to examine and understand their family’s approach to food and body-image issues and its effect their child’s behavior. Parents learn to identify an eating disorder early, to establish healthy attitudes toward food at a young age, and to intervene in a nonthreatening, nonjudgmental way. The authors concentrate on teens, the age group most often affected by eating disorders, as well as younger children. Individual chapters cover boys at risk, relapse training, dealing with friends, school, and summer camp, and much more. The book includes an appendix and sections on further reading, organizations and websites, residential and hospital programs, and references.
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When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder

Practical Strategies to Help Your Teen Recover from Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating

Author: Lauren Muhlheim

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN: 1684030455

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 168

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If your teen has an eating disorder—such as anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating—you may feel helpless, worried, or uncertain about how you can best support them. That’s why you need real, proven-effective strategies you can use right away. Whether used in conjunction with treatment or on its own, this book offers an evidence-based approach you can use now to help your teen make healthy choices and stay well in body and mind. When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder will empower you to help your teen using a unique, family-based treatment (FBT) approach. With this guide, you’ll learn to respectfully and lovingly oversee your teen’s nutritional rehabilitation, which includes helping to normalize eating behaviors, managing meals, expanding food flexibility, teaching independent and intuitive eating habits, and using coping strategies and recovery skills to prevent relapse. In addition to helping parents and caregivers, this book is a wonderful resource for mental health professionals, teachers, counselors, and coaches who work with parents of and teens with eating disorders. It clearly outlines the principles of FBT and the process of involving parents collaboratively in treatment. As a parent, feeding your child is a fundamental act of love—it has been from the start! However, when a child is affected by an eating disorder, parents often lose confidence in performing this basic task. This compassionate guide will help you gain the confidence needed to nurture your teen and help them heal.
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Surviving an Eating Disorder, Third Edition

Strategies for Family and Friends

Author: Michele Siegel,Judith Brisman, PhD,Margot Weinshel

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 006198485X

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

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Surviving an Eating Disorder has become a classic since it was first published in 1988. It was one of the first books to offer effective support and solutions for family, friends, and all others who are the "silent sufferers" of eating disorders. This updated and revised edition provides the latest information on how parents, spouses, friends, and professionals can thoughtfully determine the right course of action in their individual situations. With its combination of information, insight, case examples, and practical strategies, Surviving an Eating Disorder opens the way to new growth and helpful solutions in your relationship with your loved one.
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When Anorexia Came to Visit - Families Talk About How an Eating Disorder Invaded Their Lives

Author: Bev Mattocks

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1291792368

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: N.A

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Getting a child through an eating disorder can be challenging. In this book 20 families from across the UK talk frankly to Bev Mattocks (author of Please Eat) about the effect that anorexia had on their lives. (With a Foreword by Professor Janet Treasure, OBE PhD FRCP FRCPsych.) Not only do these families want to help other parents understand this complex illness and demand prompt and effective treatment for their child, they also want to provide healthcare professionals with a unique insight into what goes on, at home, beyond the confines of the consulting room as families battle with the eating disorder 24/7. Of course with such a complex illness and widely differing personal circumstances, each story is different. Nonetheless there are overlaps that many families will identify with. By describing their experiences, these brave families want to help others to identify the warning signs, get help and read about the tools and coping strategies they found most helpful on the journey to recovery.
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