Exposure Therapy for Eating Disordersby Black Becker, Carolyn; Farrell, Nicholas R.; Waller, Glenn
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Carolyn Black Becker, PhD, ABPP is a Professor of Psychology at Trinity University, San Antonio, TX and a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of PTSD, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders.
Nicholas R. Farrell, PhD is the clinical director of eating disorders services at Rogers Behavioral Health in Oconomowoc, WI. He has expertise in evidence-based psychological treatments, particularly those that emphasize exposure therapy for eating and anxiety disorders.
Glenn Waller, DPhil is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Sheffield, UK. His clinical and academic specialty is evidence-based CBT for eating disorders.
Table of Contents
Preface: Exposure Therapy as a Key Evidence-Based Treatment Strategy for Eating Disorders
Part 1: The Theoretical Basis of Exposure Therapy for Eating Disorders
Chapter 1: Eating Disorders: An Overview
Chapter 2: Overview of Exposure Therapy
Chapter 3: Why do People get Better with Exposure Therapy?
Chapter 4: Why Exposure for Eating Disorders: A Rationale for Treatment?
Chapter 5: How well does Exposure Therapy Work for Eating Disorders?
Part 2: Preparing to Start Exposure Therapy
Chapter 6: Functional Assessment of Eating Disorders and their Maintenance
Chapter 7: Explaining Exposure Therapy to your Patients
Chapter 8: Planning Exposure Therapy with your Patient
Chapter 9: Embarking on Exposure: Important Considerations
Part 3: Applying Exposure to Different Eating Disorder Problem Areas
Chapter 10: Exposure to Food and Eating
Chapter 11: Cue Exposure for Binge Eating
Chapter 12: Weighing and Weight Exposure
Chapter 13: Body Image Exposure
Chapter 14: Emotion-focused and Interpersonal Exposure
Chapter 15: Novel Ways to Use Exposure for Eating Disorders
Part 4: Important Considerations in the Delivery of Exposure
Chapter 16: When to use Cognitive Therapy Techniques to Enhance the Effects of Exposure
Chapter 17: Involving Friends, Family, and Other Loved Ones
Chapter 18: Addressing the Impact of Different Settings and Institutional Resistance
Chapter 19: Dealing with Clinicians' Fears about Using Exposure
Chapter 20: Final Summary: Exposure Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
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