Desktop version

Home arrow Health arrow Eating Disorders and Obesity

A short course of lectures
«Eating Disorders and Obesity»





Applying Relational-Cultural Theory to Eating Disorder TreatmentBinge EatingUniversal Prevention ProgramsGendered Considerations in the Treatment and Prevention of Eating DisordersHighlightsInadvertent and Deliberate MinimizationTreatment PhasesRelational-Cultural Theory as a Strategy for DisconnectionHelp-Seeking Characteristics of Clients With Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: Ambivalence and HesitationMotivational InterviewingDisseminating and Implementing Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Community SettingsCase ExampleCase ExampleEating in Secret or Hiding FoodAdapting Interpersonal Psychotherapy for the Prevention of Excessive Weight GainResources for CounselorsTreatment Approaches Targeting Weight Loss in Overweight and Obese YouthsCultural Adaptation for Treatment of Eating DisordersGender, Symptom Manifestation, and Barriers to TreatmentGetting a CommitmentSecuring Administrative ApprovalClinical Snapshot 7.3Theoretical Conceptualization of Obesity and Aberrant Overeating PatternsAbout the ContributorsWhat Is the Basis for Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?Conceptualization of Eating DisordersAfrican American WomenPractice Challenges With Family-Based TherapyEnhancing Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating DisorderSection 1 FoundationsInterventionFamily-Based Therapy for Children and Adolescents With AnorexiaClinical Snapshot 7.1Shaping Behavior: Contingency Management StrategiesTraining FacilitatorsAbout the EditorSelective and Indicated Prevention ProgramsCase ExampleMen of ColorInterdisciplinary ApproachOverview of Effective and Efficacious Eating Disorder Prevention ProgramsRole of the School CounselorAssessing Psychiatric RiskMacro-Level InfluencesAssessment Therapeutic Alliance and Orientation to TreatmentMediaSupervisionAdapting Interpersonal Psychotherapy Into Adolescent and Child-Parent FormatsCase 1School-Based Assessment and Prevention of Body Image ConcernsAssessmentAssessment of Eating Disorders With Diverse Client GroupsGoals for the BookEating Disorder Prevention in College SportsFamily ApproachesPeersPrevalence of Body Image Concerns and Eating Disorders in College SettingsBackgroundAsian American WomenReintegrationCognitive-Behavioral Therapy Guided Self-Help for Binge Eating: A Culturally Sensitive Minimal or Early Intervention ProgramCourse of TreatmentDiscussionIntermediate Intervention: Responding to Moderate Client NeedsSelected Strategies for Clients With Complex and Multidiagnostic hating Disorder PresentationsEating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified: The DSM-IV-TR Diagnostic CriteriaMedical Evaluation and TreatmentTesting Efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anorexia NervosaDialectical Behavior Therapy for Clients With Complex and Multidiagnostic Eating Disorder PresentationsRelational CompetenceRisk Factors for Eating DisordersInterpersonal Psychotherapy Model of hating DisordersBook OverviewWeb-Based SupportRecruiting ParticipantsFuture DirectionsAcculturation and ImmigrationAssessment, Conceptualization, and Intervention With Young Adult Women With EDNOS: A Framework for PracticeParticipant RetentionSociocultural Model Applied to ClientTherapist Stance and Assumptions About PatientsCase ExampleEnhanced Cognitive-Behavioral TherapyStructured AssessmentsClinical Action: Counseling Responses for Prevention, Early Intervention, and Treatment of Eating Disorder Not Otherwise SpecifiedSocial Stereotypes DomainImplications for CounselingWhy Use Relational-Cultural Theory in hating Disorder Treatment?Primary PreventionOverview of Eating-Related Concerns in SchoolsEffective Prevention Programs in College and University SettingsUnderstanding Negative Body Image in Context: The Developmental Theory of Embodiment as a Guide for CounselorsAssessment and Diagnosis of Eating DisordersHealth and Physical Education MajorsPerceived Performance AdvantagesDevelopmental FactorsDialectical Behavior Therapy for Complex Eating Disorder Presentations: Rationale and OverviewRelational-Cultural Theory and the Counseling RelationshipEating Disorder Prevention in SororitiesClients of Color and Eating Disorders: Cultural ConsiderationsAcknowledgmentsSociocultural Models of Eating Disorders and Body Image DysfunctionMaking Differential DiagnosesAssessment, Consultation, and Intervention for Eating Disorders in SchoolsWeight Requirements and Weigh-InsPreventing Childhood ObesityMaudsley Family-Based TreatmentCase ExampleImportance of PreventionEvidence Base for Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Binge Eating DisorderGuidelines for Counselors Interested in Preventing Pitting DisordersRecall BiasesAssessing Medical RiskTriphasic StructureA Perfect Storm: The Media, Sexualization, Objectification, and Eating' DisordersRenovating Relational ImagesConsiderations When Choosing Treatment ModalityIdentificationCultural Context and Controlling ImagesTreatment ConsiderationsEarly Identification and InterventionPreventive Intervention: Responding to SusceptibilityDisordered EatingGender-Informed Treatment of Gating DisordersWhat Aberrant Eating Patterns Can Promote Overweight in Youths?CBT-GSH InterventionDelivering Interpersonal PsychotherapyMaintaining Factors for Fating' DisordersResources and Referral Information for Eating DisordersRacism and OppressionTeammatesPeople of Color in the Paling Disorders LiteratureCase ExamplePromoting' Client Well-Being' and Protecting From HarmScope of the ProblemEthical Decision-Making Model (Remley & Herlihy, 2010)Prevention of Eating Disorders in Children: The Role of the CounselorSocioeconomic StatusRole of School SystemsTreatment Description and OverviewIdentificationSpecific Sociocultural Risk FactorsSection 2 Assessment and Practice Frameworks for Eating Disorders and ObesityStrategies for Fostering Self-EmpathyRelational-Cultural Theory OverviewWorking With Students With Eating-Related ConcernsHighlightsHighlightsDetermining Level of CareAssessment of Eating Disorders in Children and AdolescentsYoung' Adult Women and tutting' Disorder Not Otherwise SpecifiedWhy Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?Common Themes and Stressors: Perfectionism, Low Self-Esteem, and Interpersonal DependencePublic Perceptions of Obesity Prevention EffortsPotential Risk Factors for Clients of ColorInternet-Based Prevention ProgramsRacial and Ethnic IdentityLevels of Care: Community Versus Hospital TreatmentCase ExampleIntegrating Eating Disorders Assessment Into an Unstructured Clinical InterviewBehavioral Weight Loss for Pediatric ObesityCase ExampleLoss of Control EatingUniformsIdentificationFacilitator Recruitment, Training, and SupervisionCo-Occurring Features: Depressive and Anxiety SymptomsConnections Versus DisconnectionsOther Clinical Considerations for PreventionCase Example: Behavioral Weight LossCase Conceptualization of ClientGrowth-Fostering RelationshipsEthical and Legal Decision-Making ProcessesInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Clients With Eating DisordersMediators and ModeratorsScreening for Eating DisordersRecommendations for CounselorsPresenting ConcernScreening and Evaluation of Potential ParticipantsFamily-Based Treatment of Pediatric ObesitySorority WomenEating Disorder Prevention for Health and Physical Education MajorsFamily Factors Implicated in the Pathogenesis of AnorexiaPhysical DomainBody Image DissatisfactionTreatments Targeting Aberrant Eating Patterns in YouthsClinical Snapshot 7.2Section 4 ffective Treatments for Eating Disorders and ObesityGroup and School ApproachesRecommendations for TreatmentEthical and Legal Issues in Counseling Clients With Eating DisordersGetting in Control: Treatment TargetsFemale Athlete Body ProjectDuty to Protect Versus Client AutonomySpecial Considerations for Eating Disorders AssessmentWhen to Follow Up Eating Disorders Screening With Additional QuestionsHow Gender Unfolds: Developmental ConsiderationsDiscussionAssessment: Information GatheringTheoretical Underpinnings of Family-Based TreatmentIndividual Treatment StrategiesRelational ImagesTreatmentPsychosocial Treatments for Obesity and Aberrant Eating Patterns in YouthsCoachesA Relational-Cultural Approach to Working With Clients With Eating DisordersPrevalence and Phenomenology of Body Weight and Shape Preoccupation, Disordered Eating Patterns, and Eating Disorders Among ChildrenSocial Power DomainEthical Decision-Making ModelEvidence Base for Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Bulimia NervosaATHENACase ExamplesAssessmentParentsCase 2Multicultural ConsiderationsSelf-Empathy With Clients With Eating DisordersEating DisorderRecruiting FacilitatorsEating Disorders Prevention With Adolescents and Young AdultsDiagnostic Criteria for Eating DisordersIncreasing Understanding of Eating DisordersAthletes and Eating DisordersSecondary Obesity PreventionTreatment ConsiderationsRole of Government PolicyEating Disorder Diagnostic FeaturesAssessment and ConsultationPreventionPsychotherapeutic Intervention: Responding to Entrenched NeedsEmotional EatingSection 3 Effective Prevention and Early Intervention for Eating Disorders and ObesityPrevention in College and University SettingsAffect Regulation Model and Biosocial TheoryInterventionsLatina WomenOverview of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Guided Self-HelpEnhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach to Counseling Clients With Eating DisordersEating in the Absence of HungerMen in PsychotherapyAssessment and Conceptualization: What to Expect in Clients With Eating Disorders Not Otherwise SpecifiedWhy Do Counselors Need to Know About Eating Disorders Treatment?MutualityTherapeutic Goals and InterventionSociocultural Influences on the Development of Eating Disorders and ObesityInterpersonal Problem AreasEmpirical Evidence Supporting Family-Based TreatmentClinical Snapshot 7.4
 
Found a mistake? Please highlight the word and press Shift + Enter