Understanding Eating Disorders innbundetEngelsk, 2014


""Understanding Eating Disorders" offers an in-depth look at current eating disorder research. The text combines selected readings and original essays to explain how eating disorders develop and clarifies the different types of diagnosable eating disorders.
In addition, the anthology addresses specific cases such as pregnancy and eating disorders, diabetes and bulimia, and orthorexia. The book also discusses nutritional and clinical treatments for eating disorders, and research on different forms of prevention.
Specific topics include body image and culture, comorbidity, health at every size, eating disorders in men, and intuitive eating.
"Understanding Eating Disorders" is a highly effective supplement to lecture materials on eating disorders. The book can be used in courses on eating disorders, the psychology of food and eating, and critical gender studies.
Danielle Beck-Ellsworth holds two B.S. degrees in cognitive science and psychology, and a PsyD in Marital and Family Therapy. After working in the prevention field, Dr. Beck-Ellsworth began treating eating disorders, depression, anxiety and trauma and now has a private practice in San Diego, CA. In addition to her clinical work, she currently teaches courses at the University of California, San Diego, and Alliant International University and records Savor podcast with Kelly Hinds, RD. Dr. Beck-Ellsworth is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and clinical member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals."