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Working with People Affected by Eating Disorders

Developing Skills and Facilitating Recovery

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Pages: 232
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Paperback - 9781352002850

19 February 2019

$34.99

Ebook - 9781352002867

19 February 2019

$27.99

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This book introduces students and professionals, family and friends of people with eating disorders to the key concepts and skills that underpin a holistic and recovery orientated approach to the care of eating disorders. It...

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This book introduces students and professionals, family and friends of people with eating disorders to the key concepts and skills that underpin a holistic and recovery orientated approach to the care of eating disorders. It provides an overview of the main professional practice and ethical issues, which workers are likely to be confronted with in their area of work and family members are likely to face when trying to support loved ones. Each chapter is written by an expert and provides a practical guide for those working and/or living with people affected by eating disorders in different settings. Topics are illustrated through the use of clinical cases and further underpinned by current literature and research relevant to topic area.

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Provides a more holistic approach
Written by leading experts
A chapter dedicated to eating disorders and social media
A positive, enabling focus on recovery

Understanding Theoretical Explanations of Eating Disorders
“No one understands me. I don’t even understand myself”: Stories to help our understanding of eating disorders
Understanding Recovery and Eating Disorders
Building a Recovery-Focused Relationship with the Person with an Eating Disorder
Eating Disorders: Comorbidity and Recovery
Assessment in Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders: Treatment, Management and Recovery
Eating Disorders: Family Member’s Experiences and Their Role in the Recovery Process
Eating Disorders: Working with Body Image
Social Media and Eating Disorders: Untangling the Web
Eating Disorders: Professional and Ethical Considerations.                              

A wealth of knowledge collated into one accessible text, this is a comprehensive exploration of an age-old area of human suffering. Working with the challenges presented to individuals and their support networks, the authors have structured the text into manageable chapters that include illustrations of case studies and reflection points. – Bee MacBean, College Counsellor, Hereford, UK
Morrissey and Oberlin’s 12 stand-alone yet connected chapters provide solid knowledge and food for thought about theories and experiences of eating disorders and their treatment. It shines a refreshing and much needed spotlight on recovery, beyond symptomatic improvement, so that the entire person is seen in the treatment process. – Rachel Bachner-Melman, President, Israel Association for Eating Disorders
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Dr Jean Morrissey is an Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing & Midwifery,Trinity College, University of Dublin. She is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and researcher. Jean is currently responsible for the postgraduate module on eating disorders for practitioners working in CAMHS.

Dr Kielty Oberlin is a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders. She runs a private practice and facilitates workshops and groups for both professionals and carers of ED sufferers. Kielty guest lectures on ED issues in Trinity College, University of Dublin’s Schools of Psychology and Nursing & Midwifery.

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Dr Jean Morrissey is an Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing & Midwifery,Trinity College, University of Dublin. She is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and researcher. Jean is currently responsible for the postgraduate module on eating disorders for practitioners working in CAMHS.

Dr Kielty Oberlin is a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders. She runs a private practice and facilitates workshops and groups for both professionals and carers of ED sufferers. Kielty guest lectures on ED issues in Trinity College, University of Dublin’s Schools of Psychology and Nursing & Midwifery.

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