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Number of Pages: 520
Publication Date: 2012
Series: Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology
- Presents the newest models and theories for use in thetreatment of patients with eating disorders
- Written specifically to fulfill the needs of clinicalpsychologists and therapists
- Includes coverage of important service related issues forworking with people with eating disorders
- Features chapters from a global group of authors whichhighlight differing methods and perspectives that can beincorporated into clinical practice
John Fox works as a lecturer in clinical psychologyin the Division of Clinical Psychology at the University ofManchester where he is involved in training the nextgeneration of Clinical Psychologists, and as a Consultant ClinicalPsychologist at the Eating Disorders Clinic at Cheadle RoyalHospital. He has published extensively on eating disorders, with aparticular research interest in emotional factors and eatingdisorders.
Kenneth Goss is a Consultant Clinical Psychologistand Head of Coventry Eating Disorders Service in the UK.Dr. Gosshas more than 20 years’ experience working withpeople with eating difficulties. He has supervised andtrained numerous trainee Clinical Psychologists inthe field of eating disorders.