Two University of Kansas researchers are developing a screening tool to better detect eating disorders…. Although the field of eating disorders is still relatively young, compared to many other specialties, many advances have been and are being made in diagnosis and treatment. Several articles in this issue attest to this. The growth of patient outreach and screening via the Internet can be seen in the recent screening tool that NEDA and a group of clinicians developed. Another is the changes in long-time treatment approaches, such as the shorter course of cognitive behavioral therapy CBT proposed by Dr.
In our lead article, Dr. Erin K. Knopf and Dr. Regular Eating for Recovery. Set Point Theory. The Facts on Fat.
Books on Eating Disorder Treatment are Reviewed and Recommended .. Solid recovery includes (1) eating to satisfaction, (2) eating with attunement to your. A is for Anorexia: Anorexia Nervosa Explained (An ABC of Eating Disorders) ( Volume This book takes you deep into the troubled mind and body of an anorexic. --believe that eating disorders can be distilled down to two words: " sex" and.
Unhealthy Exercise. Unhelpful Thinking Styles. Vegetarian Diet and Eating Disorders. Vomiting and Your Health. Weekly Weighing.
What Are Eating Disorders? Starvation Syndrome. Why Diets Do Not Work. Dietary Guidelines During Recovery. Orientation to Treatment. Download all information sheets zip file. Change Process Balance Sheet. Tackling Avoided Foods.
Self-Monitoring Form. Phone: 08 Fax: 08 Email: Visit the Contact us page. Skip to main content Site map Accessibility Contact Us. Workbook - Overcoming Disordered Eating - Part A Overcoming Disordered Eating - Part A: This information package is designed to provide you with some information about disordered eating - how it develops, how it is maintained, and strategies to start to change the problem behaviours associated with disordered eating.
Module 1: What is an Eating Disorder? Module 2: How Ready am I to Change? Module 3: How Eating Disorders are Maintained This module outlines some of the factors which maintain disordered eating and create a vicious cycle. Module 4: Self-Monitoring This module explains the importance of self-monitoring of eating behaviours, and provides a food log worksheet. Module 5: Regular Eating and Weighing This module provides a rationale for regular eating and weighing, along with guidelines and worksheets.
Module 6: Binge Eating, Purging and Driven Exercise This module explains the role of binge eating, purging, and driven exercise, and how these behaviours maintain disordered eating in a vicious cycle. Module 7: Moods and Disordered Eating This module explores the way emotions and difficulty handling moods can affect disordered eating behaviours, along with strategies to manage moods. Module 8: Dietary Rules This module explores the role of dietary restriction and rules in maintaining disordered eating, along with guidelines for normal eating.
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Volume 2. Hollander E. Obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders: an overview. Psychiatr Ann. The panic-agoraphobic spectrum: a descriptive approach to the assessment and treatment of subtle symptoms. The spectrum model: a more coherent approach to the complexity of psychiatric symptomatology. CNS Spectrums. Hepworth K. Eating disorders today — not just a girl thing. J Christ Nurs. Recognition and treatment of muscle dysmorphia and related body image disorders. J Athl Train.
Davidson J. Diabulimia: how eating disorders can affect adolescents with diabetes. Nurs Stand. Exploring the motives and mental health correlates of intentional food restriction prior to alcohol use in university students. J Health Psychol. Mathieu J. What is pregorexia? J Am Diet Assoc. Orthorexia nervosa: a preliminary study with a proposal for diagnosis and an attempt to measure the dimension of the phenomenon.
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Magical food and health beliefs: a portrait of believers and functions of the beliefs. What is orthorexia? Aksoydan E, Camci N. Prevalence of orthorexia nervosa among Turkish performance artists. World Health Organization. Geneva: World Health Organization; Bartrina JA. Arch Latinoam Nutr. Vandereycken W.
Media hype, diagnostic fad or genuine disorder? Eating Disorders. Orthorexia nervosa: validation of a diagnosis questionnaire. What is the association between obsessive-compulsive disorder and eating disorders? Clin Psychol Rev. The relation among perfectionism, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder in individuals with eating disorders.
Orthorexia nervosa in the general population: a preliminary screening using a self-administered questionnaire ORTO Exploring scientific legitimacy of orthorexia nervosa: a newly emerging eating disorder. J Hum Sport Exerc. Gillberg C. Are autism and anorexia nervosa related? Br J Psychiatry. The cognitive profile of anorexia nervosa: a comparative study including a community-based sample.
Compr Psychiatry. Rastam M. Anorexia nervosa in 51 Swedish adolescents: premorbid problems and comorbidity. Childhood onset neuropsychiatric disorders in adult eating disorder patients. A pilot study. Exploring autistic traits in anorexia: a clinical study.
Mol Autism. Altered social hedonic processing in eating disorders. Brief report: selective social anhedonia in high functioning autism. J Autism Dev Disord. A comparison of the trait emotional intelligence profiles of individuals with and without Asperger syndrome. Emotional intelligence in anorexia nervosa: is anxiety a missing piece of the puzzle? Psychiatry Res. Do girls with anorexia nervosa have elevated autistic traits?
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