Eating Disorders: New Directions in Treatment and Recovery by Barbara Kinoy

Eating Disorders: New Directions in Treatment and Recovery

byBarbara Kinoy

Kobo ebook | December 27, 2000

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Fully revised to reflect changes in the field, this collection of essays by psychotherapists who specialize in the treatment of anorexia nervosa and bulimia explains in accessible and humane terms how the treatment process works and demonstrates strategies that lead to recovery. The book details the interaction between practitioner and patient, practitioner and practitioner, and family members. The collection, which draws upon the knowledge and experience of clinicians who have practiced at the Wilkins Center for Eating Disorders, also points up the advantages of a collaborative team, for both the patient and professionals.

Barbara P. Kinoy, CSW, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist and former director of Professional Development at the Wilkins Center for Eating Disorders in Greenwich, Connecticut. She is the author / editor of When Will We Laugh Again?: Living and Dealing with Anorexia and Bulimia (Columbia 1984).
Title:Eating Disorders: New Directions in Treatment and RecoveryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 27, 2000Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0231502591

ISBN - 13:9780231502597


Table of Contents

Foreword, by B. Timothy Walsh
Preface, by Barbara P. Kinoy
List of Contributors
Introduction, by Diane W. Mickley
1. Medical Aspects of Anorexia and Bulimia, by Diane W. Mickley
2. Recovery Through Nutritional Counseling, by Annika Kahm
3. Psychiatric Consultation with Eating Disordered Patients, by David Greenfeld
4. A Family Systems Perspective on Recovery from an Eating Disorder, by Nancy Thode
5. Relationship to Food as to the World, by Suzan J. Ryan
6. The Therapeutic Use of Humor in the Treatment of Eating Disorders; or, There Is Life Even with Fat Thighs, by Sarita Broden
7. Jodie's Story, by Debra Bader
8. Eating Disorders and Managed Care, by Inge S. Ortmeyer
9. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Other Short-Term Approaches in the Treatment of Eating Disorders, by James T. Wegner and Andrea Z. Wegner
10. The Nurse's Role in a Pilot Program, Using a Modified Cognitive-Behavioral Approach, by Phyllis Roloff
11. Individual Psychotherapy: A Long Journey of Growth and Change, by Inge S. Ortmeyer
12. Young Adult Women: Reflections on Recurring Themes and a Discussion of the Treatment Process and Setting, by Nancy King
13. Recovery, by Margaret Goldkopf-Woodtke
Afterword, by Diane W. Mickley