Sexual Abuse And Eating Disorders

Sexual Abuse And Eating Disorders

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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 228 pages
  • 159 x 235 x 19.05mm | 363g
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1138883751
  • 9781138883758
  • 2,098,940

Table of contents

Schwartz, Cohn, Introduction: Eating Disorders and Sexual Trauma. Bill, Prologue: From Sexual Abuse to Empowerment. Part I: Prevalence and Prevention. Vanderlinden, Is Sexual Abuse a Risk Factor for Developing an Eating Disorder. Rorty, Yager, Speculations on the Role of Childhood Abuse in the Development of Eating Disorders Among Women. Miller, Prevalence and Process of Disclosure of Childhood Sexual Trauma Among Eating-Disordered Women. Reto et al., Dissociation and Physical Abuse as Predictors of Bulimic Symptomatology and Impulse Dysregulation. Weiner, Stephens, Sexual Barrier Weight: A New Approach. Stermac et al., Sexual Abuse, Eating Disorders, and Prevention: Political and Social Realities. Part II: Clinical Perspectives and Treatment Strategies. Schwartz, Gay, Physical and Sexual Abuse and Neglects and Eating Disorder Symptoms. Costin, Body Image Disturbance in Eating Disorders and Sexual Abuse. Mehler, Weiner, Medical Presentations of Covert Sexual Abuse in Eating Disorder Patients. Zerbe, The Emerging Sexual Self of the Patient with an Eating Disorder: Implications for Treatment. Kearney-Cooke, Striegel-Moore, Treatment of Childhood Sexual Abuse in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa: A Feminist Psychodynamic Approach. Part III: Dialogue. Chewnig-Korpach, Sexual Revictimization: A Cautionary Note. Wooley, Recognition of Sexual Abuse: Progress and Backlash. Schwartz, Galperin, Reenactment and Trauma. Chewning-Korpach, O'Shaughnessy, In Response to Wooley and to Schwartz and Galperin. Cohn, Schwartz, Epilogue: Delayed Memory Syndrome.
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