Fully revised to reflect changes in the field, this collection
of essays by psychotherapists who specialize in the treatment of
anorexia nervosa and bulimia explains in accessible and humane
terms how the treatment process works and demonstrates strategies
that lead to recovery. The book details the interaction between
practitioner and patient, practitioner and practitioner, and family
members. The collection, which draws upon the knowledge and
experience of clinicians who have practiced at the Wilkins Center
for Eating Disorders, also points up the advantages of a
collaborative team, for both the patient and professionals.
Subjects: Psychology, Sociology
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