Part I. Introduction: 1. The philosophical and theoretical stance behind cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); 2. Broad stages in CBT and format of delivery; 3. What the clinician needs to establish before starting; Part II. Core Clinical Skills for Use in CBT with the Eating Disorders: 4. Assessment; 5. Preparing the patient for treatment; 6. Motivation; 7. A guide to important dietary and nutritional issues; 8. Case formulation; 9. Therapy interfering behaviours; 10. Homework; 11. Surviving as an effective clinician; 12. Setting and maintaining an agenda; 13. Psychoeducation; 14. Diaries; 15. The role of weighing in CBT; Part III. Core CBT Skills as Relevant to the Eating Disorders: 16. Socratic questioning; 17. Downward arrowing; 18. Cognitive restructuring; 19. Continuum thinking; 20. Positive data logs; 21. Behavioral experiments; Part IV. Addressing Eating, Shape and Weight Concerns in the Eating Disorders: 22. Overevaluation of eating, weight and shape; 23. Body image; Part V. When the Standard Approach to CBT Is Not Enough: 24. Comorbidity with Axis I pathology; 25. Comorbidity with Axis II pathology; Part VI. CBT for Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders and their Families: 26. CBT for children and adolescents with eating disorders and their families; Part VII. Endings: 27. What to do when CBT is ineffective; 28. Recovery; 29. Relapse management and ending treatment; Conclusion. Cognitive behavioral therapy for the eating disorders; Appendix 1. Semi-structured assessment protocol; Appendix 2. Psychoeducation materials; Appendix 3. Food diary; Appendix 4. Behavior experiment sheet.
This book describes the application of cognitive behavioral principles to patients with a range of eating disorders.
Glenn Waller is Consultant Clinical Psychologist with the Vincent Square Eating Disorders Service, Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust and is Visiting Professor of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Emma Corstorphine is a Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Helen Cordery is a Registered Dietitian working with people with eating disorders in both the NHS and the private sector. Hendrik Hinrichsen is a Clinical Psychologist and Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Rachel Lawson is a Senior Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Research Associate with the Eating Disorders Division of the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Victoria Mountford is a Clinical Psychologist and Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London.
"This truly is a comprehensive treatment guide. The authors go through the process step-by-step, staying true to the cognitive-behavioral tradition...Numerous tables and figures help to elucidate the material and brief case examples are also used in some chapters. The book successfully leads readers in an orderly fashion through the assessment and treatment phases of eating disorders, providing principles, not specific protocols." --Doody's Book Review Service