Hope with Eating Disorders Second Edition -

Hope with Eating Disorders Second Edition

A self-help guide for parents, carers and friends of sufferers

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Since the first edition of Hope with Eating Disorders was published in 2012, eating disorders have become more widely recognised and treatments have progressed, as have attitudes to this most dangerous of mental health problems. In this second edition, which maintains Lynn Crilly's warm, non-judgemental, family-friendly approach, the more recently recognised eating disorders have been included, the range of treatment options - both mainstream and alternative - has been fully reviewed and revised, and the impact of social and technological change has been fully accommodated, with the role of social media for good and ill to the fore. New case histories highlight key issues, and throughout all references to research and stats have been reviewed and updated. Men's eating disorders are now addressed by contributing author Dr Russell Delderfield. Since originally writing Hope with Eating Disorders, Lynn has experienced seven years of counselling practice and seven years of her own daughter's recovery from an eating disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder, underpinning her realistic insight into what recovery actually is and means. Hope with Eating Disorders is a practical, supportive guide for anyone helping someone with an eating disorder be they a family member, teacher, sports coach, workplace colleague or friend.

Product code: 9781781611470

ISBN 9781781611470
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H216xW138
No. Of Pages 224
Publisher Hammersmith Health Books
Edition 2nd edition
The second edition of Lynn Crilly's unconventional but acclaimed guide to helping people with eating disorders through understanding the individual and choosing from the toolbox of mainstream and alternative treatments what is right for them. Lynn brings hope to sufferers and carers alike based on her experience as a counsellor and as a mother