The main eating disorders: binge eating, bulimia, anorexia, ARFID and OSFED. What defines them and how they affect a young person.
Last updated on July 16th, 2021How does Scotland treat eating disorders? The good news is that if you have a child or adolescent suffering from an eating disorder in Scotland, there are good chances he or she will receive excellent, evidence-based treatment, and that this will be offered promptly. Scotland has led the way in …
Vor ca. 10 Jahren hat Frau Prof. Dr. Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann, die sich schon sehr lange mit dem Thema Magersucht beschäftigt, in einer Studie an ihrer Klinik in Aachen festgestellt, dass die Rückfallquote bei den Patienten die statt stationärer Behandlung in der Tagesklinik behandelt wurden, deutlich geringer war. Sie setzte sich das Ziel diese Zahl weiter …
Last updated on May 11th, 2021This is an excerpt from Chapter 13 of 'Anorexia and other eating disorders – how to help your child eat well and be well' To hear me demonstrating some of what follows, check out the many Bitesize audios on this topic. I also occasionally run a workshop to help parents …
Parents’ FAQs on NG tube feeding someone with anorexia nervosa. Willingly or under restraint.
Excerpt from Chapter 7: How to help your child to eat. Tips to feed our sons and daughters in spite of the eating disorder. All the tips I’ve learned from experience, from our therapists and from other parents. I use a bungee-jumping analogy to illustrate the principles. Later, I’ll offer some examples using practical scenarios.
Extract from Ch 15. All about your wellbeing, your resilience, your strengths, so that you can cope right now and even flourish in the longer term. Resources and nourishment for your soul.
How family therapy can be adapted to young adults (17-25 years) with anorexia. Reporting on work by Lock, Le Grange and others working in Family-Based Treatment (FBT/Maudsley)
Find out how eating disorders are diagnosed, the pitfalls you can guard against, and get tips on how to get expert care without delay.
This is Chapter 3 from my book.
How does adolescent-focused therapy (AFT) compare with a family-based approach like FBT? What does the NICE guideline say about choosing a family therapy, adolescent-focused therapy or cognitive-behaviour therapy?