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EATING DISORDERS, 2nd Edition
New Directions in Treatment and Recovery

Barbara P. Kinoy (Ed.)
Columbia University Press, 2000

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES The reader will be able to:
• Describe and use contemporary clinical approaches to the treatment of eating disorders
• Describe the recent changes in the field
• Describe how the treatment of eating disorders works
• Describe the strategies that are used
• Describe the interaction between practitioner and patient, practitioner and practitioner, and family members
• Describe the advantages of a collaborative team

Barbara P. Kinoy, CSW, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist and former Director of Professional Development at the Wilkins Center for Eating Disorders in Greenwich, CT. She is the author/editor of When Will We Laugh Again? and Living and Dealing with Anorexia and Bulemia.

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.

Editorial Reviews

Most eating disorder titles are intended for health professionals studying theory: this, written by a team of clinicians, examines the team approach used to treat eating disorder symptoms. From a nutritionist's insights on establishing healthier eating patterns to a family therapist's psychological counseling, this packs in various disciplines' insights. -- Midwest Book Review


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