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Overcoming Body Image Disturbance : A Programme for People with Eating Disorders

By: Bell, Lorraine.
Contributor(s): Rushforth, Jenny.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2008Description: 1 online resource (157 p.).ISBN: 9780203931998.Subject(s): Body Image | Body image disturbance - Treatment | Body image disturbance --Treatment | Body image disturbance | Eating Disorders - therapy | Eating disorders - Treatment | Eating disorders --TreatmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Overcoming Body Image Disturbance : A Programme for People with Eating DisordersDDC classification: 616.85/2606 | 616.8526 LOC classification: RC569.5.B65B45 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Online resources; Chapter 1 Body image and body image disturbance; Chapter 2 Body image disturbance and psychological disorders; Chapter 3 What works?: The design of this programme; Chapter 4 Therapist skills needed for this programme; Chapter 5 The programme; Appendix 1: A psycho-biosocial model of body image disturbance and eating disorders; Appendix 2: How I feel about my body (Body Image Continuum Scale); Appendix 3: Handouts; Appendix 4: Template for farewell letter
Appendix 5: Scoring instructions and norms for body image measuresIndex
Summary: People with eating disorders often exhibit serious misconceptions about their own body image. Overcoming Body Image Disturbance provides a treatment programme (piloted by the authors) for people with eating disorders who have a negative body image. The manual offers advice for therapists, enabling them to deliver the programme, as well as practical guidance for the sufferer, encouraging them to learn the appropriate skills to change their attitude towards their body.Alongside the programme, this treatment manual provides:an introduction to the co
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Acknowledgements; Online resources; Chapter 1 Body image and body image disturbance; Chapter 2 Body image disturbance and psychological disorders; Chapter 3 What works?: The design of this programme; Chapter 4 Therapist skills needed for this programme; Chapter 5 The programme; Appendix 1: A psycho-biosocial model of body image disturbance and eating disorders; Appendix 2: How I feel about my body (Body Image Continuum Scale); Appendix 3: Handouts; Appendix 4: Template for farewell letter

Appendix 5: Scoring instructions and norms for body image measuresIndex

People with eating disorders often exhibit serious misconceptions about their own body image. Overcoming Body Image Disturbance provides a treatment programme (piloted by the authors) for people with eating disorders who have a negative body image. The manual offers advice for therapists, enabling them to deliver the programme, as well as practical guidance for the sufferer, encouraging them to learn the appropriate skills to change their attitude towards their body.Alongside the programme, this treatment manual provides:an introduction to the co

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<p>Lorraine Bell is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who specialises in the treatment of people with eating disorders or borderline personality disorders. She is a fellow of the British Psychological Society</p> <p>Jenny Rushforth is currently training to be a Clinical Psychologist and has a particular interest in body image disturbance in people with eating disorders.</p>

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