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Clinical Handbook of Complex and Atypical Eating Disorders

Anderson, Leslie K. (EDT)   Murray, Stuart B. (EDT)   Kaye, Walter H. (EDT)

Oxford University Press 2017/08
448p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9780190630409
eISBN: 9780190671778
KNPID: EY00204457
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Full Description

Treating patients with eating disorders (ED) is a notoriously challenging undertaking. Patients tend to be medically compromised and have a deep ambivalence towards their symptoms, and treatment dropout and relapse rates are high. Further complicating matters, a sizable number of patients present with additional characteristics that set them apart from the patients for whom empirically supported treatments were developed. Up to 50% of current ED diagnoses are classified as atypical and do not fit into existing diagnostic categories, and many more present with complex comorbidities.Clinical Handbook of Complex and Atypical Eating Disorders brings together into one comprehensive resource what is known about an array of complicating factors for patients with ED, serving as an accessible introduction to each of the comorbidities and symptom presentations highlighted in the volume. The first section of the book focuses on the treatment of ED in the presence of various comorbidities, and the second section explores the treatment of ED with atypical symptom presentations. The third section focuses on how to adapt ED treatments for diverse populations typically neglected in controlled treatment trials: LGBT, pediatric, male, ethnically diverse, and older adult populations. Each chapter includes a review of clinical presentation, prevalence, treatment approaches, resources, conclusions, and future directions. Cutting edge and practical, Clinical Handbook of Complex and Atypical Eating Disorders will appeal to researchers and health professionals involved in treating ED.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Ivan EislerAbout the EditorsContributorsIntroduction1. Evidence-Based Treatments and the Atypical/Complex ConundrumJenna Schlein, Gina Dimitropoulos, Katharine Loeb, & Daniel Le GrangePart I: Psychiatric Comorbidities2. Clinical Guidelines for the Treatment of Anxiety in Eating DisordersStephanie Knatz Peck, Stuart B. Murray, & Walter H. Kaye3. Treating ED-PTSD patients: A synthesis of the literature and new treatment directionsJulie G. Trim, Tara Galovski, Amy Wagner, & Timothy D. Brewerton4. The Complex Relationship between Eating Disorders and Substance Use Disorders: Clinical ImplicationsAmy Baker Dennis & Tamara Pryor5. Suicidality, Self-Injurious Behavior, and Eating DisordersLeslie K. Anderson, April Smith & Scott Crow6. Eating Disorders and Borderline Personality Disorder: Strategies for Managing Life Threatening and Therapy Interfering BehaviorsLucene Wisniewski & Leslie K. Anderson7. Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Eating DisordersDanyale McCurdy-McKinnon & Jamie D. Feusner8. Food Selectivity in Autism Spectrum DisorderWilliam G. Sharp & Valentina PostorinoPart II: Atypical Symptom Presentations9. Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Assessment and TreatmentJessie Menzel10. Anorexia Nervosa with a history of Obesity or OverweightJocelyn Lebow & Leslie Sim11. Purging disorderPamela K. Keel, K. Jean Forney, & Grace Kennedy12. Evidence-based Treatment Approaches for Night Eating DisordersKelly C. Allison & Laura A. Berner13. Diabetes and Eating DisordersLiana Abascal, & Ann Goebel-Fabbri14. Muscle Dysmorphia: Clinical Presentation and Treatment StrategiesScott Griffiths & Stuart B. Murray15. Rumination Disorder in Adults: Cognitive Behavioral Formulation and TreatmentHelen B. Murray & Jennifer J. Thomas16. Atypical Eating Disorders and Specific Phobia of Vomiting (SPOV): Clinical Presentation and Treatment ApproachesAlexandra Keyes & David VealePart III: Atypical Populations 17. Pediatric Eating DisordersEmily K. Gray & Kamryn T. Eddy18. Eating Disorders in MalesTiffany A. Brown, Scott Griffiths & Stuart B. Murray19. Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating in the LGBTQ PopulationJon Arcelus, Fernando Fernandez-Aranda, & Walter Pierre Bouman20. Considerations in the Treatment of Eating Disorders among Ethnic MinoritiesAna L. Ramirez, Eva Trujillo-ChiVacuán, Marisol Perez21. Midlife onset Eating DisordersCristin Runfola, Jessica H. Baker, & Cynthia M. Bulik22. Eating Disorders in Athletes: Detection, Diagnosis, and TreatmentCarolyn R. Plateau & Jon Arcelus