Includes a CD-ROM containing a PowerPoint® presentation for each chapter
Our understanding of eating disorders has improved markedly over the past 10 years since the publication of the previous edition of this volume. Early intervention is the key, as body dissatisfaction, obsession with thinness, and restrained and binge eating can be found in those as young as ten. Exploring prevention methods and therapeutic options, the second edition of Eating Disorders in Women and Children: Prevention, Stress Management, and Treatment is updated with new research on these devastating maladies.
Highlights in the second edition include:
An accompanying CD-ROM containing a PowerPoint® presentation for each chapter
With contributions from acclaimed clinicians widely known for their work with the eating disorder population, this volume recognizes the multifaceted nature of these disorders, addresses the widening demographic range of those afflicted, and delves into the issues behind their development. It provides practical recommendations for treatment from many perspectives, presenting enormous hope for people who painfully struggle with these disorders. In addition, it explores critical measures that can be taken to help the larger population understand and work to prevent eating disorders in their communities.
Identifying and Understanding Eating Disorders
An Overview of Eating Disorders; J. J. Robert-McComb, L. Wilson-Barlow, and K. L. Goodheart
The Psychology of Eating Disorders; K. L. Goodheart, H. L. Gibson, and J. R. Clopton
The Physiology of Anorexia Nervosa; A. Gary, J. Campbell-Ruggaard, K. L. Goodheart, and J. R. Clopton
The Physiology of Bulimia Nervosa; J. J. Robert-McComb and B. McCullough
Measures of Eating Disorder Symptoms and Body Image Disturbance; S. Kashubeck-West, K. Saunders, and H.-h. Huang
The Characteristics of Stress
The Physiology of Stress; J. J. Robert-McComb, and B. O. Young
The Psychology of Stress and Coping; S. W. Cook, C. L. Thompson, and V. A. Coca-Lyle
Society and Eating Disorders
Family Dynamics; A. S. Kluck, J. R. Clopton, and J. Snider Kent
Body Image; S. Kashubeck-West, K. Saunders, and A. Coker
Sexuality and Eating Disorders; A. S. Kluck, S. Garos, and L. Johnson
Prevention of Eating Disorders
Factors Associated with Eating Disorders in Children; J. L. Rohwer
Educational Programs Aimed at Primary Prevention; J. L. Rohwer
An Ecological Approach to the Prevention of Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents; M. Massey-Stokes, B. A. Barton, M. Golman, and D. J. Holland
Developing Healthy Attitudes and Behaviors to Manage Stress and Eating Disorders
Behavior Modification; A. M. Tacón
Social-Emotional Learning, Interpersonal Skills, and Resilience; M. Massey-Stokes and S. B. Stokes
Exercise Guidelines: Specific Recommendations for Women and Children with Eating Disorders; J. J. Robert-McComb and V. Bayer
Nutritional Evaluation and Treatment of Eating Disorders; A. A. Thompson and A. J. Danielson
Nutritional Needs in Special Populations with Eating Disorders; S. Rushing
Therapeutic Approaches to the Treatment of Eating Disorders
Cognitive Behavioral Approaches for Treating Eating Disorders; M. M. Abbott and K. L. Goodheart
Interpersonal Approaches for Treating Eating Disorders; K. L. Goodheart, M. M. Abbott, and J. R. Clopton
Constructivist and Narrative Approaches for Treating Eating Disorders; K. L. Goodheart and S. L. Harter
Pharmaceutical Approaches for Treating Eating Disorders; M. L. Hoes and B. Curtis
Kristin L. Goodheart, MS is completing her PhD in clinical psychology and is conducting research about the relationships among shame, perfectionism, and symptoms of eating disorders.
James R. Clopton, PhD is a licensed psychologist with over 20 years experience doing psychotherapy and psychological assessment with children, adolescents, and adults.
Jacalyn J. McComb, PhD, FACSM is a professor in exercise physiology. Her research interest is in teaching others to cope with the stressors in their daily lives through mindfulness-based exercise programs.