Childhood Onset Of Anorexia Nervosa And Related Eating Disorders by Rachel Bryant-Waugh
This text concentrates on anorexia nervosa and related eating disorders in children, looking specifically at childhood onset anorexia nervosa and eating disorders. The editors' aim has been to integrate theory, research and practice. The book shows how varied and complex the eating disorders of childhood and early adolescence are.; It includes a detailed review of the classification, epidemiology, causation and presentation of the various eating disorders. The opening chapter is written by the mother of a young sufferer, and describes in detail her experiences as well as those of other mothers in similar situations. The latter half of the book is devoted to a practical description of the treatment techniques for those problems.
Bewildered, blamed and broken-hearted - parents' view of anorexia nervosa, M. MacDonald; eating disorders in children - an overview, R. Bryant- Waugh, Z. Kaminski; physical aspects of eating disorders, A. Fosson, R. de Bruyn, S. Thomas; epidemiology, R. Bryant-Waugh; the aetiology of anorexia nervosa and related eating disorders, B. Wren, B. Lask; prognosis and outcome, R. Bryant-Waugh; assessment, M. Tranter; eating disorders - management overview, B. Lask; nursing management, L. Glendinning, M. Philips; physical treatments, B. Lask, A. Fosson; behaviour therapy, J. Knibbs; cognitive approach to the treatment of eating disorders in children, J. Turk; individual psychodynamic psychotherapy, J. Magagna; family therapy and parental counselling, B. Lask; group therapy, J. Trelfa, C. Britten; schooling, A. Tate.