Published February 1989
by Pma Pub Corp .
Written in English
|Contributions||Johan Vanderlinden (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
I had heard about the Maudsley Method from an article about Johns Hopkins' Eating Disorder program so I ordered this book along with "Skills-based Learning for Caring for a Loved One with an Eating Disorder." Unfortunately, this book, "Treatment Manual for Anorexia Nervosa: A Familiy-Based Approach" was much less helpful than I thought it would by: Family approaches in treatment of eating disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Family approaches in treatment of eating disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D Blake Woodside; Lorie Shekter-Wolfson. utilized treatment of eating disorders among ado-lescent populations.1 Anorexia nervosa (AN) is in many ways the paradigmatic illness for family ther-apy.2 Both structural and strategic family therapy utilized work with AN families to illustrate both the theory and practice of these approaches.3–7 In the case of structural family therapy, the Cited by: The intensive family treatment program is a brief, time-limited, multi-family program that trains families of adolescents with eating disorders to oversee their adolescents' recovery at home by.
Reprinted from Eating Disorders Review July/August Vol Number 4 © Gürze Books The “Maudsley model” of family-based treatment has shown that actively involving parents in their child’s eating disorder treatment improves the chances that treatment will be successful. A specialized inpatient unit for treating eating disorders at the Alexian Brothers Psychiatric Hospital. Her doctor recommended Lock and Le Grange's Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder, and that's when I first heard of the family-based Maudsley approach. I recognized my daughter's anorexic behaviors in the very first paragraph of Chapter One, but didn't realize then how invaluable the book would be in the months to follow. I believe that in South Africa, eating disorders are treated with the kind of psychoanalytical approach we have stopped recommending in the UK and many other English-speaking countries. Many parents who can't find a therapist offering family-based treatment are managing to do their own treatment at home with the help of books, websites and. We are a volunteer organization of parents who have helped our children recover from anorexia and bulimia through the use of Family-Based Treatment, also known as the Maudsley approach, an evidence-based therapy for eating disorders. We invite you to explore our site to learn more about how families can help their kids with eating disorders.
The author of over articles, books, book chapters, and published abstracts, Dr. Le Grange has published several books for professionals and parents in collaboration with James Lock, including Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder, Second s: The Maudsley Approach is an evidence based treatment method specifically designed for adolescents who are showing early signs of an eating disorder. It was named after the Maudsley Hospital in London, UK where the treatment method was initially conceived. The Maudsley Approach differs from other treatment techniques in that the entire family of the adolescent. It’s easy to see that these disorders are disastrous for your health. In addition to destroying your body, eating disorders often cause depression and confusion, harm relationships with family and friends, and produce a sense of separation from God. Marian Eberly and Bonnie Harken, Help and Hope for Eating Disorders (Focus on the Family, Family therapy is an essential part of eating disorder treatment and is necessary to ensure everyone who is a part of the family system is cared for. The Family System Theory Developed by Dr. Murray Bowen, family systems theory posits that the family is a unit and the emotional connections fostered by thoughts, feelings, and actions create an.