Friday's Progress NotesMental Health Information January 2015 - Vol. 19 Issue 1 Published by athealth.com
CONTENTS1. Practice Guideline - Eating Disorders 2. Eating Disorders in Adolescents With a History of Obesity 3. Frequency and Patterns of Eating Disorder Symptoms in Early Adolescence 4. Behavioral and Psychological Factors in Obesity 5. Losing weight, but not healthy 6. The powerful perspective of body satisfaction 7. DSM-5 Feeding and Eating Disorders 8. Psychological Treatments for Binge Eating Disorder (BED) 9. Eating Problems after Bariatric Surgery 10. The Impact of Body Image on Patient Care
1. PSYCHIATRY ONLINE Practice Guideline - Eating Disorders This comprehensive practice guideline was developed and reviewed by psychiatrists, researchers, and other clinicians throughout North America and Europe. 2. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS Eating Disorders in Adolescents With a History of Obesity Obese adolescents are at significant risk of developing an eating disorder, yet due to their higher weight status their symptoms often go unrecognized and untreated. 3. JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH Frequency and Patterns of Eating Disorder Symptoms in Early Adolescence Eating disorder behaviors and cognitions are common in early adolescence and are negatively associated with a series of social and psychological outcomes. 4. JOURNAL OF LANCASTER GENERAL HOSPITAL Behavioral and Psychological Factors in Obesity Because the psychological aspects of obesity are so important, psychological assessments and interventions have become an integral part of a multidisciplinary approach to treating obesity. Back to top 5. AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (APA) Losing weight, but not healthy Obese teenagers are just as likely to develop eating disorders as the general population. 6. COUNSELING TODAY The powerful perspective of body satisfaction Every January, right as the new year begins, we are saturated by commercials, advertisements and stories of people whose lives were transformed upon attaining the elusive goals of slimness and fitness. 7. AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION (APA) DSM-5 Feeding and Eating Disorders A primary goal is for more people experiencing eating disorders to have a diagnosis that accurately describes their symptoms and behaviors. 8. NATIONAL CENTER for BIOTECHNOLOGY INFORMATION (NCBI) Psychological Treatments for Binge Eating Disorder (BED) This paper reviews research on psychological treatments for BED, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Back to top 9. EATING DISORDERS REVIEW Eating Problems after Bariatric Surgery Multidisciplinary interventions are needed to help patients both prepare for surgery and achieve optimal weight loss and psychosocial adjustment afterward. 10. PRIMARY CARE COMPANION The Impact of Body Image on Patient Care| When considering body image, it may be helpful to remember the often-used phrases: "beauty is in the eyes of the beholder," "beauty is only skin deep," and "never judge a book by its cover."
The Center: A Place of Hope - Seattle, WA The Center offers eating disorder treatment programs for those suffering with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder (compulsive overeating), food addiction, emotional eating and recovery after gastric bypass surgery. Phone: 1-888-771-5166 http://www.aplaceofhope.com
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