Treatment and Recovery of Eating Disorders

Daniel Stein (Editor)
Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, and Tel Avi University, Tel Aviv, Israel

Yael Latzer (Editor)
Institute for the Treatment and Study of Eating Disorders, Haifa, and Haifa University, Haifa, Israel

Series: Health and Human Development, Eating Disorders in the 21st Century
BISAC: PSY011000

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Eating disorders (EDs) and disordered eating behaviors are considered a major disease of the modern world, being among the most prevailing public health problems in female adolescents and young adults in recent decades, and reaching in many Western countries an epidemic proportion. They occur primarily in adolescent girls and young women during a crucial developmental stage, and are linked to extensive morbidity and high mortality rates.

EDs are complex, conflictual, misunderstood disturbances that often raise negative emotions such as bewilderment, mistrust and fear not only among lay people, but also in treatment providers. These reactions are likely the result of failing to grasp why someone would not comply with the basic universal need of eating, or put such an emphasis on weight and appearance that renders them more important than anything else in life. This book offers an up-to-date summary with respect to the putative treatment options in EDs. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface pp.xiii-xviii

Chapter 1. Treatment and Recovery from Eating Disorders - An Overview
(Daniel Stein and Yael Latzer)pp.1-14

Section One: Treatment Overview

Chapter 2. Eating Disorders Etiology and Psychodynamics: Toward
a Unifying Framework for the Understanding of Eating Disorders
(Judith D. Banker)pp.15-26

Chapter 3. An Update on Treatment Strategies for Bulimia Nervosa
(James E Mitchell, James Roerig and Kristine Steffen)pp.27-38

Chapter 4. Pharmacotherapy
(Andreas Karwautz, Julia Huemer, and Gudrun Wagner)pp.39-56

Chapter 5. The Reduced Obese State: Metabolic,Psychological and Lifestyle Features
(Eliot Beery and Maya Margalit)pp.57-70

Chapter 6. Nurturing Rather than Feeding: Community-Based Nutrition Counseling For Patients With Eating Disorders
(Moria Golan)pp.71-94

Section Two: Psychological Perspectives of Treatment

Chapter 7. Psychodynamic Treatment for Eating Disorders Patients
(David Tobin) pp.95-106

Chapter 8. Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa and the New 'Transdiagnostic' Approach
(Phillipa Hay and Stephen Touyz)pp. 107-116

Chapter 9. The Art of Supervision in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
(Edith Mitrani) pp.117-130

Chapter 10. Managing Eating Disorders: Countertranference Processes in the Therapeutic Milieu
(Moria Golan, Amit Yaroslavsky and Daniel Stein) pp.131-146

Section Three: Family Perspectives of Treatment

Chapter 11. Families Around the Table: Experiences with a Multi-Family Approach in the Treatment of Eating-Disordered Adolescents
(Lies Depestele and Walter Vandereycken) pp.147-154

Chapter 12. Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Eating Disorders: Current Status, New Applications and Future Directions
(Katharine L. Loeb and Daniel le Grange)pp.155-168

Section Four: Recovery

Chapter 13. Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa: The Patient's Perspective
(Meirav Shahar, Yael Latzer and Eli Buchbinder)pp.169-184

Chapter 14. Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa
(Michal Yackobovitch-Gavan, Rachel Bachner-Melman and Daniel Stein)
pp.185-200
Chapter 15. The Road to Liberation: Metaphors and Narratives of Illness in Women Recovered from Bulimia Nervosa
(Roni Elran-Barak, Yael Latzer, Eli Buchbinder and Eynat Zubery)
pp.201-214
Chapter 16. Recovery from Bulimia Nervosa
(Philipa Hay)pp,215-224

Section Five: Acknowledgments

Chapter 17. About the Editors pp.225-226

Chapter 18. About the Pediatric Psychosomatic Department, Edmond and Lily Safra Children’s Hospital, Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer and about the Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel pp.227-228

Chapter 19. About the Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, Haifa University, Israel and about the Institute for the Treatment and Study of Eating Disorders, Division of Psychiatry, Rambam Health Care Campus, Haifa, Israel pp.229-230

Chapter 20. About the “Health And Human Development” Book Series
pp.231-234
Index pp.235-245

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