Eating Disorders, Addictions and Substance Use Disorders: by Timothy D. Brewerton

By Timothy D. Brewerton

Eating problems, addictions, and substance use problems are each one tough of their personal correct, yet in addition they quite often co-occur, inflicting significant demanding situations for clinicians. This e-book provides state-of-the-art learn at the overlap of those advanced problems and reports integrative evaluation techniques and therapy ways, together with greater cognitive behavioral remedy, dialectical habit treatment, abstinence methods, motivational enhancement, mindfulness meditation, and pharmacotherapy. the problem of even if eating-disordered behaviors equivalent to healthy eating plan, binge consuming, and over the top workout are basically different kinds of addictive habit is tested. The authors argue either for and opposed to the concept that of meals dependancy in study, scientific remedy, and public coverage. The booklet might be of curiosity to psychiatrists, dependancy drugs physicians, psychological health/substance abuse clinicians, dieticians, researchers, and people stricken by the disorders.

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