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«Eating Disorders and Obesity»





IdentificationPrevention in College and University SettingsSelected Strategies for Clients With Complex and Multidiagnostic hating Disorder PresentationsAssessmentEnhancing Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating DisorderTreatment ConsiderationsMutualityRelational-Cultural Theory OverviewEarly Identification and InterventionAssessment Therapeutic Alliance and Orientation to TreatmentSchool-Based Assessment and Prevention of Body Image ConcernsSociocultural Models of Eating Disorders and Body Image DysfunctionCase 2Perceived Performance AdvantagesImportance of PreventionSupervisionAssessment of Eating Disorders With Diverse Client GroupsRelational-Cultural Theory and the Counseling RelationshipBody Image DissatisfactionLevels of Care: Community Versus Hospital TreatmentClinical Snapshot 7.1Multicultural ConsiderationsPrevalence and Phenomenology of Body Weight and Shape Preoccupation, Disordered Eating Patterns, and Eating Disorders Among ChildrenMediaFamily-Based Treatment of Pediatric ObesityWhen to Follow Up Eating Disorders Screening With Additional QuestionsRecommendations for CounselorsDetermining Level of CareWeight Requirements and Weigh-InsApplying Relational-Cultural Theory to Eating Disorder TreatmentRecall BiasesDialectical Behavior Therapy for Clients With Complex and Multidiagnostic Eating Disorder PresentationsImplications for CounselingTesting Efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anorexia NervosaHighlightsRelational-Cultural Theory as a Strategy for DisconnectionTheoretical Conceptualization of Obesity and Aberrant Overeating PatternsGrowth-Fostering RelationshipsDiscussionTherapist Stance and Assumptions About PatientsAssessment and ConsultationWhy Use Relational-Cultural Theory in hating Disorder Treatment?Getting in Control: Treatment TargetsFamily ApproachesIntegrating Eating Disorders Assessment Into an Unstructured Clinical InterviewMotivational InterviewingGoals for the BookGendered Considerations in the Treatment and Prevention of Eating DisordersCommon Themes and Stressors: Perfectionism, Low Self-Esteem, and Interpersonal DependenceCBT-GSH InterventionFuture DirectionsSorority WomenCase Conceptualization of ClientHow Gender Unfolds: Developmental ConsiderationsSecondary Obesity PreventionGender, Symptom Manifestation, and Barriers to TreatmentAfrican American WomenWhy Do Counselors Need to Know About Eating Disorders Treatment?Eating Disorder Diagnostic FeaturesInterventionsA Relational-Cultural Approach to Working With Clients With Eating DisordersRelational CompetenceEating in the Absence of HungerPrimary PreventionPsychosocial Treatments for Obesity and Aberrant Eating Patterns in YouthsTreatmentFacilitator Recruitment, Training, and SupervisionIdentificationResources for CounselorsPsychotherapeutic Intervention: Responding to Entrenched NeedsTriphasic StructurePractice Challenges With Family-Based TherapyGroup and School ApproachesParticipant RetentionDiscussionSocial Stereotypes DomainMediators and ModeratorsConsiderations When Choosing Treatment ModalityCase ExampleInterventionStructured AssessmentsAssessing Medical RiskOverview of Eating-Related Concerns in SchoolsTeammatesAssessing Psychiatric RiskResources and Referral Information for Eating DisordersCognitive-Behavioral Therapy Guided Self-Help for Binge Eating: A Culturally Sensitive Minimal or Early Intervention ProgramCase ExampleEating Disorder Prevention in College SportsCultural Context and Controlling ImagesUniversal Prevention ProgramsRole of School SystemsCase ExampleMacro-Level InfluencesEnhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach to Counseling Clients With Eating DisordersTraining FacilitatorsSection 1 FoundationsIdentificationCase ExampleSocial Power DomainRelational ImagesSpecific Sociocultural Risk FactorsConceptualization of Eating DisordersClinical Snapshot 7.2Ethical Decision-Making ModelFamily Factors Implicated in the Pathogenesis of AnorexiaCo-Occurring Features: Depressive and Anxiety SymptomsHighlightsInterdisciplinary ApproachPublic Perceptions of Obesity Prevention EffortsAcknowledgmentsMen of ColorWeb-Based SupportEating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: The DSM-IV-TR Diagnostic CriteriaRisk Factors for Eating DisordersCase ExampleLoss of Control EatingAcculturation and ImmigrationShaping Behavior: Contingency Management StrategiesPrevalence of Body Image Concerns and Eating Disorders in College SettingsPreventive Intervention: Responding to SusceptibilityUnderstanding Negative Body Image in Context: The Developmental Theory of Embodiment as a Guide for CounselorsWhat Is the Basis for Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?Diagnostic Criteria for Eating DisordersAbout the ContributorsHelp-Seeking Characteristics of Clients With Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: Ambivalence and HesitationTreatment Approaches Targeting Weight Loss in Overweight and Obese YouthsDisordered EatingRecruiting ParticipantsParentsCase ExampleUniformsOverview of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Guided Self-HelpRenovating Relational ImagesSelective and Indicated Prevention ProgramsRacial and Ethnic IdentitySelf-Empathy With Clients With Eating DisordersAssessment, Consultation, and Intervention for Eating Disorders in SchoolsEating Disorder Prevention in SororitiesInterpersonal Problem AreasCase Example: Behavioral Weight LossA Perfect Storm: The Media, Sexualization, Objectification, and Eating' DisordersCultural Adaptation for Treatment of Eating DisordersReintegrationSection 2 Assessment and Practice Frameworks for Eating Disorders and ObesityPhysical DomainInternet-Based Prevention ProgramsOther Clinical Considerations for PreventionCase ExampleMaudsley Family-Based TreatmentMen in PsychotherapyCase ExampleGetting a CommitmentYoung' Adult Women and tutting' Disorder Not Otherwise SpecifiedMaintaining Factors for Fating' DisordersAssessment and Diagnosis of Eating DisordersRole of the School CounselorEvidence Base for Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Bulimia NervosaMaking Differential DiagnosesRole of Government PolicyEating DisorderScreening and Evaluation of Potential ParticipantsAssessment and Conceptualization: What to Expect in Clients With Eating Disorders Not Otherwise SpecifiedTreatment ConsiderationsPresenting ConcernAssessment of Eating Disorders in Children and AdolescentsDisseminating and Implementing Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Community SettingsCase 1People of Color in the Paling Disorders LiteratureBook OverviewAffect Regulation Model and Biosocial TheoryPrevention of Eating Disorders in Children: The Role of the CounselorGuidelines for Counselors Interested in Preventing Pitting DisordersEthical and Legal Issues in Counseling Clients With Eating DisordersWhy Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?Eating in Secret or Hiding FoodAssessment: Information GatheringAdapting Interpersonal Psychotherapy for the Prevention of Excessive Weight GainPreventing Childhood ObesityBinge EatingAthletes and Eating DisordersClinical Snapshot 7.4Clients of Color and Eating Disorders: Cultural ConsiderationsPeersSociocultural Model Applied to ClientEnhanced Cognitive-Behavioral TherapyTreatment PhasesMedical Evaluation and TreatmentTreatments Targeting Aberrant Eating Patterns in YouthsIntermediate Intervention: Responding to Moderate Client NeedsRecommendations for TreatmentScreening for Eating DisordersSecuring Administrative ApprovalCase ExamplesConnections Versus DisconnectionsEmpirical Evidence Supporting Family-Based TreatmentPotential Risk Factors for Clients of ColorScope of the ProblemCourse of TreatmentClinical Action: Counseling Responses for Prevention, Early Intervention, and Treatment of Eating Disorder Not Otherwise SpecifiedRacism and OppressionEating Disorders Prevention With Adolescents and Young AdultsDevelopmental FactorsLatina WomenAdapting Interpersonal Psychotherapy Into Adolescent and Child-Parent FormatsOverview of Effective and Efficacious Eating Disorder Prevention ProgramsEmotional EatingSocioeconomic StatusSection 3 Effective Prevention and Early Intervention for Eating Disorders and ObesityAbout the EditorWhat Aberrant Eating Patterns Can Promote Overweight in Youths?ATHENAClinical Snapshot 7.3Ethical and Legal Decision-Making ProcessesBackgroundSpecial Considerations for Eating Disorders AssessmentEthical Decision-Making Model (Remley & Herlihy, 2010)Assessment, Conceptualization, and Intervention With Young Adult Women With EDNOS: A Framework for PracticeEffective Prevention Programs in College and University SettingsWorking With Students With Eating-Related ConcernsInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Clients With Eating DisordersDialectical Behavior Therapy for Complex Eating Disorder Presentations: Rationale and OverviewDuty to Protect Versus Client AutonomyEvidence Base for Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Binge Eating DisorderTreatment Description and OverviewFamily-Based Therapy for Children and Adolescents With AnorexiaHealth and Physical Education MajorsIncreasing Understanding of Eating DisordersBehavioral Weight Loss for Pediatric ObesityRecruiting FacilitatorsDelivering Interpersonal PsychotherapySociocultural Influences on the Development of Eating Disorders and ObesityFemale Athlete Body ProjectAssessmentPromoting' Client Well-Being' and Protecting From HarmSection 4 ffective Treatments for Eating Disorders and ObesityGender-Informed Treatment of Gating DisordersTherapeutic Goals and InterventionInadvertent and Deliberate MinimizationInterpersonal Psychotherapy Model of hating DisordersHighlightsPreventionStrategies for Fostering Self-EmpathyAsian American WomenIndividual Treatment StrategiesEating Disorder Prevention for Health and Physical Education MajorsCoachesTheoretical Underpinnings of Family-Based Treatment
 
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