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Survive Fbt

Author : Maria Ganci
ISBN : 0994474601
Genre : Anorexia in adolescence
File Size : 66.77 MB
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Are you struggling with Family Based Treatment? Family Based Treatment (FBT) is viewed as the gold standard in treating adolescent Anorexia Nervosa and it currently produces the best evidence-based outcomes. However, the treatment is intensive and many parents commence unprepared despite their courage and willingness to take on the task of refeeding their ill child to health. Parents have desperately asked for more information to help them understand anorexia's grip on their child and to survive the intensity of the treatment. This book was written to give these parents the tools to help them "see it through" to the end. This "skills-based manual" clearly explains the treatment, providing invaluable information to help parents through each component. It outlines the obstacles and all the anorexic behaviors that will impede treatment and recovery. The aim of this manual is to ensure parents remain one step ahead of anorexia and that they "hit the ground running." This book is a valuable resource for parents commencing FBT and for parents struggling during treatment. It offers clear, practical advice and empowers parents to confront whatever the illness throws at them. It is also an important resource for clinicians and will help them guide their families through treatment.
Category: Anorexia in adolescence

How To Nourish Your Child Through An Eating Disorder

Author : Casey Crosbie
ISBN : 9781615194513
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 40.8 MB
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Help your child eat normally again Parents are the first to know when their child starts behaving differently. Has your son stopped eating his favorite food, or does he refuse to eat out with friends? Has your daughter drastically increased her exercise regimen, or become obsessed with health foods? These are among the telltale signs that your child, like millions of others, may have an eating disorder (ED). In this essential guide, registered dietitians Casey Crosbie and Wendy Sterling introduce an all-new strategy you can use to help your child at home. The Plate-by-Plate approach is rooted in family-based treatment (FBT)—the leading psychological therapy for EDs. Unlike complicated “exchange” systems, this is simple: Crosbie and Sterling coach you through every aspect of meeting your child’s nutritional needs, using just one tool—a ten-inch plate. Paired with therapy, this intuitive, visual method is the best way to support your child on the path to recovery. Plus, the authors cover how to talk about diet and weight, what to do while traveling, what to expect from your child’s doctor, and much more.
Category: Psychology

Balancing Thoughts And Feelings About Food A Mental Health Professional S Creative Idea Guide To Treating Adolescent Eating Disorders In Individual Or Group Settings

Author : Therese Tuski Scarpace LMSW ACSW
ISBN : 9781483478302
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 58.26 MB
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Social workers and others conducting group and individual therapy and counseling with adolescents battling eating disorders will find a treasure trove of useful information in Balancing Thoughts and Feelings about Food. Therese Tuski Scarpace, a longtime social worker, draws on her years of experience to share methods and techniques to engage adolescents, keep their interest, and help them overcome obstacles. The strategies she shares are based on cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectal behavioral therapy techniques—and they are expressed in creative formats. Scarpace begins by sharing foundation information, such as the research and assessment processes she relies on for best practices, and follows that up with practical ideas for preparing spaces for individual or group therapy sessions. She explains how to create a supportive team to help adolescents, ways to improve self-image, and how to implement various strategies to help young people succeed.
Category: Health & Fitness

Adolescence How To Survive It

Author : Tony Little
ISBN : 9781472944689
Genre : Education
File Size : 38.28 MB
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There is a crisis emerging in the lives of 21st century young people, their parents, teachers and peers. The complex experiences of adolescents with permanent access to technology, growing psychological pressures, increasing competition for grades and eventually jobs mean this generation of teenagers are beset by a range of problems never encountered by their predecessors. In this book, former Head Master of Eton and bestselling author Tony Little and child and adolescent psychiatrist Herb Etkin tackle the problems faced by adolescents and set out how to combat them. Adolescence: How to Survive It covers a range of subjects from what adolescence actually is, to challenges such as drug use and discipline, character and wellbeing. The book sets adolescence in context before Little and Etkin engage in a series of question-and-answer dialogues to tackle key issues which are relevant and useful to anyone working or living with adolescents, and the teenagers themselves. Like Tony Little's bestselling An Intelligent Person's Guide to Education ('Little's 10 top tips for dealing with adolescents are alone worth the cover price' Sunday Times) this is a highly readable and indispensable book for parents, teachers and young people alike.
Category: Education

Unpack Your Eating Disorder

Author : Linsey Atkins
ISBN : 0648588920
Genre :
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An invaluable resource for adolescents suffering from anorexia nervosa There are few things more difficult for an adolescent than battling Anorexia Nervosa (AN). While family, caregivers, and friends can support them to eat and recover, psychological recovery is a solitary journey clouded by fear and uncertainty where they are overwhelmed by feelings of guilt, shame, and disgust about who they are and how they look. This book has been written specifically for the adolescents who are on this terrible journey. The authors promote the view that adolescents deserve to be fully involved in their treatment, to be heard, and to be given a voice to tell their story. It is through being understood by others that they can then understand themselves and make progress on their journey to recovery. This book emphasizes the crucial need for adolescents to develop a deep sense of who they are and an awareness of the many valuable resources which they can draw upon despite their internal conviction that they have none. Every aspect of AN is addressed with a focus on helping adolescents understand that they do not need the illness to function. It helps them explore ways to stand up to AN instead of being captive to the illness and provides multiple methods for overcoming significant obstacles that AN puts in their way. Most importantly, it outlines a framework of psychological support for adolescents during the recovery process. The information in the book is based on the latest evidence and the authors' combined clinical expertise over many years of working with adolescents and listening to their needs. This book is also a valuable resource for parents to help them understand and support their child as well as an indispensable guide for clinicians working in the field as it provides several effective treatment strategies focusing on adolescents. About the Authors Maria Ganci is a Registered Clinical Mental Health Social Worker and Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytical Psychotherapist. Maria has over 30 years' experience working with families, children, and adolescents in Mental Health Services. She has devoted the past 15 years to treating children and adolescents with Eating Disorders. Maria is the Co-Director of APT Therapeutic Solutions Pty. Ltd. and runs a successful private practice providing training, supervision, and consultation both nationally and internationally in the treatment of eating disorders. Maria is the author of Survive FBT: Skills Manual for Parents Undertaking Family Based Treatment (FBT) for Child and Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa. Dr. Linsey Atkins is a Registered Clinical Psychologist with 15 years experience providing child, adolescent, parent, and family therapy for eating disorders. Praise for Unpack Your Eating Disorder "Unpack Your Eating Disorder is a brilliant resource for parents, caregivers, clinicians, and most importantly, the adolescents themselves who are experiencing the anorexia. It is the missing link in anorexia treatment today. It gives the adolescent a voice, understanding, and validation while providing critical and practical information about what is going on in the brain and why reactions and perceptions are not always as they seem. Reading this book in conjunction with the journal will no doubt help guide many struggling teenagers to have a better understanding of what is going on and help teach them to develop a healthier view of self as they work toward their recovery-Highly recommended." Christine Naismith, Parent. Eating Disorders Families Australia, EDFA (

Letting Go Of Ed Embracing Me

Author : Maria Ganci
ISBN : 0994474636
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 90.91 MB
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This journal is a powerful resource for sufferers of an eating disorder. It offers a practical approach to helping you overcome your eating disorder using evidence-based strategies that harness the power of your brain to rewire itself.
Category: Self-Help

The Law Journal Reports

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ISBN : IND:30000022575025
Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
File Size : 42.98 MB
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Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Hospitality Foodservice

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924110489808
Genre : Food service management
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Category: Food service management