Eating Disorders General for nutrition students

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EATING  DISORDERS:  Assessment and  Treatment
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Ellyn Herb, Ph.D., CEDS Licensed Psychologist PSY10462 Health Psychology Associates 1101 South Winchester Blvd. Suite M-258 San Jose, CA 95128 Phone: 408-296-9600 Fax: 408-225-1773 Website: www.therapy4women.com Email: [email protected]
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CONTEXT OF EATING  DISORDERS Sociocultural factors  (Thin/Fat dichotomy) Individual factors  (Self-esteem, Skill deficits) Family   (Achievement, Communication, Roles) Physical   (Exercise, Nutrition, Chemical imbalances,  Trauma) Dieting 
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DIET CYCLE JAIL BREAK-OUT JUDGE SENTENCE
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ASSESSMENT
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BEHAVIORAL Weight history/Dieting history Eating patterns  (binge/purge/starvation/food preferences,  hoarding/hiding food, food restrictions,  spitting, food aversions) Diet history (type, frequency, duration,  results) Exercise history, current activity levels Interpersonal/Coping skills
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EMOTIONAL Depression, isolation, withdrawal Anxiety, fears, phobias
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