Eating Disorder Group Therapy: A Collaborative Approach

Eating Disorder Group Therapy: A Collaborative Approach

Eating Disorder Group Therapy: A Collaborative Approach

Eating Disorder Group Therapy: A Collaborative Approach

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Overview

This is the only book that teaches clinicians how to run an effective, evidence-informed, and multi-disciplinary eating disorder group, incorporating psychoeducation, process group dynamics, and experiential elements.

Whereas group therapy for eating disorders is widely used across many levels of care, the outpatient setting is uniquely poised to deliver effective, multi-disciplinary group therapy. The first part of this book offers practical guidance for conceiving, organizing, and initiating outpatient groups, equipping clinicians with the necessary tools to foster supportive and transformative environments. The second includes seven chapters that delve into the core themes of eating disorder recovery, featuring 60 activities and discussions empowering participants towards growth and resilience. This book teaches clinicians how to collaboratively lead groups to optimize cohesion and harness the collective strength of the group to facilitate change. It provides thorough rationale and psychoeducation for each group exercise and is complete with sample forms, worksheets, and handouts.

Suitable for clinicians and students alike in the eating disorder field, this guide on how to successfully begin and run your own group is a necessary resource.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781032554952
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/25/2024
Pages: 244
Sales rank: 743,234
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Carolyn Karoll, LCSW-C, CEDS-S, holds a master’s in social work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. She has her own private practice in Baltimore, Maryland and is an iaedp™ certified eating disorder specialist and supervisor.

Adina Silverman, MS, RD, LDN, holds a master’s in nutrition and wellness from Benedictine University. She is in private practice at Baltimore, Maryland and specializes in the treatment of eating disorders.

Table of Contents

Part I 1. The Role of the Multidisciplinary-Led Group in Outpatient Treatment for Eating Disorders: A Comprehensive Overview  2. Forming an Outpatient Eating Disorder Group: Recruitment Screening, and Practical Considerations  3. Strategies for a Successful Group: Enhancing Design, Facilitation, and Evaluation in Group Therapy  Part II 4. Building Community: Cultivating Support and Connection in Eating Disorder Group Therapy  5. Taking Care of Myself Without the Eating Disorder: Developing Self-Care Practices  6. Unveiling Authenticity: Exploring Identity and Values Beyond the Eating Disorder  7. Breaking Barriers: Overcoming Resistance and Creating Lasting Change in Eating Disorder Recovery  8. Liberation from Diet Culture: Using a Social Justice Lens in Eating Disorder Recovery  9. Nurturing Body Image and Embracing Embodiment: Elevating Body Image Work With Group Therapy  10. Fueling the Journey: Healing the Relationship With Food Through Group Therapy

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