Help your teenager beat an eating disorder / James Lock, MD, PhD, Daniel Le Grange, PhD.

By: Lock, JamesContributor(s): Le Grange, DanielMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: New York ; London : The Guilford Press, [2015]Edition: Second editionDescription: 1 online resource (viii, 310 pages)ISBN: 9781462517480; 9781462517961 (hardcover)Subject(s): Eating disorders in adolescence -- Popular works | Parent and teanager | PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General | MEDICAL / Mental Health | MEDICAL / Nursing / Mental Health | EDUCATION / Counseling / GeneralDDC classification: 616.85/2600835 LOC classification: RJ506.E18 | L63 2015Other classification: PSY036000 | FAM034000 | MED102000 | MED058130 | EDU006000 Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library.
Contents:
Introduction -- I. Getting Started: First Steps Toward Helping Your Child with an Eating Disorder -- 1. Act Now -- 2. Get Together -- 3. Don't Waste Time on "Why?" -- II. Understanding Eating Disorders -- 4. Know What You're Dealing With: The Complexity of Eating Disorders -- 5. Get into Your Child's Head: The Distorted Thinking Behind Your Teenager's Behavior -- 6. Understand Your Options: What the Research Says about the Best Ways to Treat Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge-Eating Disorder, and Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder -- III. Making Treatment Work: How to Solve Everyday Problems to Help Your Child Recover -- 7. Taking Charge of Change: How to Apply Family-Based Treatment to Help with Eating Disorders -- 8. Playing a Supporting Role: Other Ways You Can Be a Part of Your Child's Recovery -- 9. Harnessing the Power of Unity: How to Stay on the Same Page in Your Fight against Eating Disorders -- 10. Staying Empowered and Informed: How to Work with Professionals Who Are Trying to Help Your Child -- Resources -- Further Reading -- Index -- About the Authors.
Summary: Tens of thousands of parents have turned to this compassionate resource for support and practical advice grounded in cutting edge scientific knowledge. Numerous vivid stories show how to recognize and address anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other devastating eating disorders that wreak havoc on teens and their families. James Lock and Daniel Le Grange present strong 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. Featuring the latest research and resources, the second-edition now addresses additional disorders recognized in DSM 5 (including binge eating disorder).
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Introduction -- I. Getting Started: First Steps Toward Helping Your Child with an Eating Disorder -- 1. Act Now -- 2. Get Together -- 3. Don't Waste Time on "Why?" -- II. Understanding Eating Disorders -- 4. Know What You're Dealing With: The Complexity of Eating Disorders -- 5. Get into Your Child's Head: The Distorted Thinking Behind Your Teenager's Behavior -- 6. Understand Your Options: What the Research Says about the Best Ways to Treat Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge-Eating Disorder, and Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder -- III. Making Treatment Work: How to Solve Everyday Problems to Help Your Child Recover -- 7. Taking Charge of Change: How to Apply Family-Based Treatment to Help with Eating Disorders -- 8. Playing a Supporting Role: Other Ways You Can Be a Part of Your Child's Recovery -- 9. Harnessing the Power of Unity: How to Stay on the Same Page in Your Fight against Eating Disorders -- 10. Staying Empowered and Informed: How to Work with Professionals Who Are Trying to Help Your Child -- Resources -- Further Reading -- Index -- About the Authors.

Tens of thousands of parents have turned to this compassionate resource for support and practical advice grounded in cutting edge scientific knowledge. Numerous vivid stories show how to recognize and address anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other devastating eating disorders that wreak havoc on teens and their families. James Lock and Daniel Le Grange present strong 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. Featuring the latest research and resources, the second-edition now addresses additional disorders recognized in DSM 5 (including binge eating disorder).

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