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Carolyn Costin, M.A., M.Ed., M.F.T., has been a specialist in the field of eating disorders for nearly thirty years. She directs the Monte Nido Residential Treatment Facility in Malibu, California, and all of its affiliates. She is also the clinical advisor to the Parent Family Network of the National Eating Disorder Association and an editor of Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention.
|From Diet to Disorder: Problems and Prognosis||p. 1|
|Young, White, and Female: Myth or Reality?||p. 35|
|Activity Disorder: When a Good Thing Goes Bad||p. 45|
|Genes or Jeans: What Causes Eating Disorders?||p. 59|
|Eating Disorder Behaviors As Adaptive Functions||p. 75|
|To Those Who Love Them: Guidelines for Family and Significant Others||p. 85|
|Assessing the Situation||p. 99|
|Treatment Philosophy and Approaches||p. 111|
|Individual Therapy: Putting the Eating Disorder Out of a Job||p. 131|
|Sharing the Pain and the Promise in Group||p. 167|
|Family Therapy: Working with Families and Significant Others||p. 183|
|Enough About Your Mother, What Did You Eat Today?||p. 207|
|Medical Assessment and Management||p. 227|
|The Psychiatrist's Role and Psychotropic Medication||p. 251|
|When Outpatient Treatment Is Not Enough||p. 265|
|Alternative Approaches to Treating Eating Disorders||p. 283|
|Increasing Awareness and Prevention||p. 295|
|Eating Disorder Organizations and Websites||p. 309|
|Suggestions for Further Reading||p. 315|
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