Sample text for Experiential therapies for eating disorders / edited by Lynne M. Hornyak, Ellen K. Baker ; foreword by Susan C. Wooley.


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1. Introduction, Hornyak & Baker. PART I. BULIMIA NERVOSA. 2. Reclaiming the Body: Using Guided Imagery in the Treatment of Body Image Disturbance among Bulimic Women, Kearney-Cooke. 3. Hypnosis, Hypnotizability, and the Bulimic Patient, Pettinati, Kogan, Margolis, Shrier, & Wade. 4. The Use of In-session Structured Eating in the Outpatient Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa, Hoage. 5. Family Sculpting with Bulimic Families, Root. 6. Psychodrama and the Treatment of Bulimia, Callahan. 7. Dance/Movement Therapy with Bulimic Patients, Stark, Aronow, & McGeehan. 8. Art Therapy in the Long-term Psychodynamic Treatment of Bulimic Women, Morenoff & Sobol. 9. Music Therapy Improvisation Techniques with Bulimic Patients, Nolan. PART II. ANOREXIA NERVOSA 10. The use of Metaphor/Poetry Therapy in the Treatment of the Reticent Subgroup of Anorectic Patients, Woodall & Andersen. 11. Structured Eating Experiences in the Inpatient Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa, Sparnon & Hornyak. 12. Anorexia Nervosa: Experiencing the Self through Psychodrama and Gestalt Therapy, Hudgins. 13. Disturbed Body Image in Anorexia Nervosa: Dance/Movement Therapy Interventions, Rice, Hardenbergh, & Hornyak. 14. Art Therapy and Anorexia: Experiencing the Authentic Self, Fleming. 15. Music as a Therapeutic Tool in Treating Anorexia Nervosa, Parente.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Eating disorders -- Treatment.
Appetite Disorders -- therapy.