Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Comprehensive Treatment Guide
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"This truly is a comprehensive treatment guide. The book successfully leads readers in an orderly fashion through the assessment and treatment phases of eating disorders, providing principles, not specific protocols." --Doody's Book Review Service . The authors go through the process step-by-step, staying true to the cognitive-behavioral traditionNumerous tables and figures help to elucidate the material and brief case examples are also used in some chapters
A must-have book for health professionals working with eating disorder clients I've purchased this book for so many of my interns. This book is definitely a book to own for any therapist, dietitian, or health professional who works with people who have eating disorders or disordered eating. A number 1 reference for sure.. "Great practical and theoretical content - but lacks structure and pace" according to Pedro Santiago. You can see on this book that Glenn Waller did an extensive research on the subject of CBT for Eating Disorders and also has extensive clinical practice. The problem, however, is in the book's organization. It doesn't follow a clear structure on conceptualizing the disorder and presenting coping strategies. Also th. "I would consider this, coupled with Fairburn's CBT for" according to AvidReader. I would consider this, coupled with Fairburn's CBT for Eating Disorders, as crucial texts for treating eating disorders with a CBT approach.
Glenn Waller is Consultant Clinical Psychologist with the Vincent Square Eating Disorders Service, Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust and is Visiting Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.Emma Corstorphine is a Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry
This book will be essential reading for all those working with eating-disordered patients including psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, counsellors, dieticians, and occupational therapists.. Throughout the text, the links between theory and practice are highlighted in order to stress the importance of the flexible application of skills to each new situation. The book takes a highly pragmatic view. It describes the techniques within the widest clinical context, for use across the age range and from referral to discharge. It is based on the published evidence, but stresses the importance of individualized, principle-based clinical work. This book describes the application of cognitive behavioural principle