the anorexia diaries a mother and daughters triumph over teenage eating disorders

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The Anorexia Diaries

Author : Linda Rio
ISBN : 1405021004
Genre : Anorexia nervosa
File Size : 87. 26 MB
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Compiled from real life diaries kept by a mother and daughter, this moving book shows how one family faced up to and overcame teenage depression and eating disorders. Full of insight into specific problems, the book also illuminates the general difficulties of mother-daughter communication and the years of teenage crisis. Self-help sections for mothers and teenage girls and a chapter of professional advice complete this helpful book.

Drawing From Within

Author : Lisa Hinz
ISBN : 1846425433
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 21. 48 MB
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Drawing from Within is an introductory guide for those wanting to explore the use of art with clients with eating disorders. Art therapy is a particularly effective therapeutic intervention for this group, as it allows them to express uncomfortable thoughts and feelings through artistic media rather than having to explain them verbally. Lisa D. Hinz outlines the areas around which the therapist can design effective treatment programmes, covering family influences, body image, self-acceptance, problem solving and spirituality. Each area is discussed in a separate chapter and is accompanied by suggestions for exercises, with advice on materials to use and how to implement them. Case examples show how a therapy programme can be tailored to the individual client and photographs of client artwork illustrate the text throughout. Practical and accessible to practitioners at all levels of experience, this book gives new hope to therapists and other mental health professionals who want to explore the potential of using art with clients with eating disorders.

Anorexia

Author : Karen Balkin
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114500817
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents a collection of articles written by and about women and men who are recovering anorexics, with topics including ethnicity, personality traits, characteristics, treatment, and effects on the body.

The Hormone Factor In Mental Health

Author : Linda M. Rio
ISBN : 9780857007292
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 90. 24 MB
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Endocrine imbalances can cause a whole host of physical and mental health problems. Yet, there is currently no definitive source of information that shows how hormones can bridge the gap between mental health and medical health modalities. This book is a bold crossover between the disciplines of medical and mental health, exploring the understanding that some of the major mental diagnoses belong not only to the field of mental health but also to that of medicine. Clients with depression, anxiety, sexual dysfunction, infertility, suicidality, anger and rage, fatigue, apathy, cognitive impairments, confusion, eating disorders, and poor body image may actually be presenting symptoms of hormonal disorders. Beginning with patient stories that display the devastating effects of misdiagnosis and the struggle to obtain the correct treatment, it provides members of the mental health profession with an authentic understanding of the impact of endocrine imbalances and disorders. With contributions from some of the world's most respected physicians, psychiatrists and psychotherapists, it provides accurate medical and psychological information about hormone imbalances and disorders, how to recognise the signs in patients, and how to treat them effectively. A comprehensive resource that provides all the information needed to identify endocrine disorders in patients successfully; this book will be of immeasurable value to clinical psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, doctors, nurses and mental health clinicians.

How To Disappear Completely On Modern Anorexia

Author : Kelsey Osgood
ISBN : 9781468308464
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At fourteen, Kelsey Osgood became fascinated by the stories of women who starved themselves. She devoured their memoirs and magazine articles, committing the most salacious details to memory to learn what it would take to be the very best anorexic. When she was hospitalized at fifteen, she found herself in an existential wormhole: how can one suffer from something one has actively sought out? With attuned storytelling and unflinching introspection, Kelsey Osgood unpacks the modern myths of anorexia as she chronicles her own rehabilitation. How to Disappear Completely is a brave, candid and emotionally wrenching memoir that explores the physical, internal, and social ramifications of eating disorders.

The Psychologist

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ISBN : UOM:39015057985221
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 43. 90 MB
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Hungry

Author : Sheila Himmel
ISBN : 9781101108697
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 60. 9 MB
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A unique eating-disorder memoir written by a mother and daughter. Unbeknownst to food critic Sheila Himmel-as she reviewed exotic cuisines from bistro to brasserie- her daughter, Lisa, was at home starving herself. Before Sheila fully grasped what was happening, her fourteen-year-old with a thirst for life and a palate for the flavors of Vietnam and Afghanistan was replaced by a weight-obsessed, antisocial, hundredpound nineteen-year-old. From anorexia to bulimia and back again-many times-the Himmels feared for Lisa's life as her disorder took its toll on her physical and emotional well-being. Hungry is the first memoir to connect eating disorders with a food-obsessed culture in a very personal way, following the stumbles, the heartbreaks, and even the funny moments as a mother-daughter relationship-and an entire family-struggles toward healing.

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