Parent"s Guide/Eating
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Published by Delta .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7438817M
ISBN 100385300301
ISBN 109780385300308

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Books about eating disorders are often quite academic and aimed at the sufferer themselves. Very little is available for parents of sufferers. Jane Smith, director of Anorexia Bulimia Care charity has written this book, in collaboration with Care for the Family to provide .   The Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders shows that effective solutions begin at home and cost little more than a healthy investment of time, effort, and love. Based on exciting new research, it differs from similar books in several key ways. Instead of concentrating on the grim, expensive hospital stays of patients with severe disorders, the authors focus on the family, teaching parents how to Brand: Turner Publishing Company. ¢¢Parents’ Guide to Eating Disorders Eating disordErs are very common but dangerous mental illnesses. Eating disorders are not the patient’s choice or anyone’s “fault,” including parents. You can play an important role in getting the disorder under control and shepherding your son or daughter back to medical and emotional Size: 45KB.   The Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders by Jane Smith is a highly informative book for parents of children with an eating disorder or those suspecting their child is suffering. Unlike other books, it includes accounts from parents who have had children with eating disorders which gives the book an honest, personal feel and reassures you that you /5(11).

  The Everything Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders: The information plan you need to see the warning signs, help promote positive body image, and develop a /5(7).   The first edition of this Parent’s Guide was one of the more original, timely, widely read and successful books of its type, well received and reviewed, and greatly appreciated by large numbers of distraught and perplexed parents and other family with many other clinicians, I routinely referred parents to the first edition (). The parents eagerly read the book, and were. Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders, The. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Marcia Herrin, EdD, MPH, RD is the founder and co-director of the Dartmouth College Eating Disorders Prevention, Education, and Treatment Program. She runs a private practice specializing in eating disorders and obesity based in Lebanon, NH. Dr. Herrin received her doctorate in. The book focuses on using the Maudsley approach as an essential resource and on what parents may be able to do at home, with or without the use of a Maudsley-trained professional, to treat their child who has eating issues or an eating disorder. A step-by-step approach is described for parents who may suspect their child has an eating problem.

An emotive subject is tackled in a practical and accessible way in this down-to-earth guide. Eating disorders are becoming increasing common and cause heartbreak for families who are affected. This book is written for parents by parents, meaning that the suggestions are based on real-life experiences/5(11). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. A Parent's Guide to Eating Disorders March 6, —One of the toughest things a parent may ever have to face is being told their child has an eating disorder. Feelings of guilt can make us wonder whether we could have done things differently in the past, while the health and wellbeing of our child becomes our biggest fear for the future. By: Our PediaTrust PCPA Therapists and Nutritionist Marisa Persky With this week being National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, we thought it would be an excellent time to speak with our mental and behavioral health therapists, as well as our nutritionist, to go over the effects of eating disorders on kids, teens, and adolescents, and what parents should be on the lookout for if they believe.