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Trainees and practitioners in clinical psychology, psychiatry, nursing, dietetics, and counselling will welcome this concise, comprehensive and practical guide to understanding eating disorders and to helping patients with these difficult disorders. The author is a renowned clinician and trainer in the field, with wide experience of research and treatment in anorexia, bulimia and related disorders.
The chapters deal with the nature and incidence of eating disorders, and how current conceptual models can help to understand them; assessment and treatment, including unusual and complex cases, and also the organisation of services.
Key features of the book include:
* A clear, direct approach to understanding eating disorders and what causes them
* A review of the evidence for treatment methods and their outcomes
* The authors pragmatic, realistic approach to treatment which is employs evidence based methods and clinical experience, as appropriate
* Guidance on difficult cases and on situations when treatment seems to go wrong
Bob Palmer has provided here an accessible, up to date and practice based guide to dealing with eating disorders which will inform, guide, and help to build essential clinical confidence in, all those involved with helping patients.
"An outstanding book that deserves to be widely read. It provides a comprehensive and balanced account of current knowledge about eating disorders together with clear guidelines regarding their management. This book is well-written and lucid. It is testimony to the author's extensive experience helping people with eating disorders and his considerable clinical wisdom." Christopher Fairburn, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, UK
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Bob Palmer is Honorary Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Leicester, UK, where he spent much of his career as an NHS clinician and consultant psychiatrist. Over the last 40 years, he has become a leading figure in the field of eating disorders and has been involved in innovative research, clinical practice, education and administration. He is a recipient of Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Academy for Eating Disorders and Beat, the UK eating disorders charity. He is also the author of numerous articles and the author or editor of several books.Review:
"I will be recommending this book not only to my clinical colleagues but also to some of my patients and their parents..." (British Medical Journal, 10th March 2001)
"This is an all inclusive,clear, and practical book. It would be useful not only to those who work closely with patients but also to other health professionals, as a means of understanding suffers and the services available to them. Its oncise volume and affordable price makes it accessible to all." (Postgraduate Medical Journal, May 2001)
"...it is thoughtful, humorous and a pleasure to read..." (Behaviour Research & Therapy, No.40, 2002)
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